At the Hammer, one of the strongest biennials; at the Fowler, the most beautiful sculpture show in recent memory; and at LACMA, Iranian superheroes.
The selection marks the second time in a row that an African-American artist will represent the United States.
In Brooklyn, young artists reconsider a summer ritual, that is part celebration, part town-hall meeting.
Stephanie Baptist, a photography agent, left New York to study abroad and came back with the seeds of a global dialogue on art.
In a city where power, gender and technology converge, artists ask hard questions about diversity.
At the inaugural Front Triennial, powerful experiences come at a former station on the Underground Railroad and in drawings of gay life in Akron.
Paintings by Bruce Kurland and new photographs by his daughter Justine Kurland; Jonas Mekas’s experimental work; and Kiki Smith’s art at the Museum at Eldridge Street.
Acres of green space, new or expanded, along the Brooklyn and Queens shorelines offer quiet places to pause, look and stroll. What are you waiting for?
Hoping to reflect a broader range of visitors, museums are diversifying their staffs, welcoming a more inclusive generation of future leaders.
An exhibition at the Uffizi gallery in Florence shows how the city benefited from dialogue with the Muslim world.