Daniel Gordon, Henri Matisse, Richard Serra, and more.
Looking for something adventurous that will make you laugh? A blockbuster to make you cry?
A frosting-covered man with candy nipples will haunt your dreams tonight.
His indelible vision is the subject of a powerful retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
"It became clear that it would help other people if I approached it with some kind of humor.”
The juxtapositions are funny, of course, but they also get at the strange reality of these events.
Christopher Williams's new MoMA retrospective includes highlights from his 35-year career.
Very comfortable. Not at all creepy.
Balloon Dog: a really great mirror.
The same problem keeps cropping up at the Frick.
How lucky, and unfortunate, for the 28-year-old artist.
"Saatchi is strangling Nigella," says one artist, "but it's also about him squeezing the art market. It works on many levels."
A mad perfectionist's retrospective at the Whitney.
MoMA's "mad marriage of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and amusement park."
Because buyers like it that way.
It may be beautiful, but the Instagram is not worth it.
Two versions of this incredible, ineffable engraving.