In Latin American Los Angeles, bridges soar, walls fall. A grand exchange beckons the art traveler to “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.”
The New Yorker is highly selective of the cartoons it publishes. Here are cartoons that didn’t make it.
A story of China from 1989 to 2008, seen through the eyes of its avant-garde artists.
There are likely to be some winners — and a few groaners — at an exhibition of 45 cartoons that didn’t make the cut.
Bunny Rogers brings her Columbine trilogy to the Whitney; Mary Heilmann’s Process Art is on view at Craig F. Starr Gallery; and more.
Rocks to remember from Mount Rushmore: An artist collects mass-produced memories.
The British artist Gillian Wearing presented her design of a bronze statue of Millicent Garrett Fawcett, the women’s rights campaigner.
Documenta, the German contemporary art exhibition that some view as the world’s most important, ran into financial trouble when it expanded to Greece.
A disputed Mondrian passed unchecked around some important art institutions as though it were the real thing.
Facing a backlash, the museum put out a statement defending an exhibition by Chinese conceptual artists that is to open on Oct. 6.