Richard Tuttle’s sculpture seems to proclaim “No spirit but in things.”
The shadows were the elective habitat of the artist Bruce Conner, who thought true knowledge was shrouded in secrecy.
The courageous Chinese dissident has always had an eye for the point where art and politics meet in performance.
Does a sculptor destroy things or merely change them?
Benjamin was greatly admired for his serious and dedicated approach to painting, his investment in those he chose to mentor and for being a truly kind soul.
Steeped in anthropology and art history, this summer’s big shows are occasions for talk instead of exploring art that reaches the unsaid.
When collecting works of avant-garde art, Albert Barnes and Leo and Gertrude Stein seemed even madder than its makers.
Chockablock with art, art fairs are essentially authorless.
When is a little more than enough in a painting?
How Renaissance painters brought human presence to the fore.