An exhibition at Lever House offers a contentious mix of art, design, craft and various hybrids by more than 60 artists from around the world.
The International Center of Photography’s summer exhibition features the work of 75 professionals for Magnum Photos, including Henri Cartier-Bresson.
More surprises from Flora Crockett, at Meredith Ward Fine Art, as well as new work from Juliana Huxtable, Laurent Grasso and four artists at Martos.
The exhibition “Taking It to the Streets!” puts the wheat-pasted political literature of the 1980s and ’90s in a central storytelling role.
Mr. Malloy’s “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812” is up for 12 Tonys. His studio whiteboard suggests how that came to be.
The 45-year-old organization, which left SoHo last June, has signed a lease at 80 White Street.
This tame exhibition fails to capture the realities of a world that has changed drastically in recent months.
His donation helps solidify New York’s first new cultural institution in recent memory, a $500 million project to be completed in spring 2019.
Thirteen masterpieces were taken by thieves posing as police officers in Boston nearly three decades ago in the largest art heist in American history.
Berta Colón, who had been the deputy director of institutional advancement, was dismissed; she has written to the board over concerns about finances.