The art critics of The New York Times tell you what rocked their worlds this year: notable art events, works in museums and galleries, emerging artists and how they found beauty in unexpected places.
Against the backdrop of a skidding stock market, declining endowments and a cooling of luxury real-estate values, another private museum announced its birth.
Now that the former AT&T headquarters by Philip Johnson is a freshly minted city landmark, Snohetta has gone back to the drawing board for its renovation plan and found a solution, our critic says.
After a five-year overhaul, Belgium’s Africa Museum now acknowledges the injustices of colonialism. But it reopens amid a debate about whether some items should be there at all.
Part-time art installers at the Queens museum say they do the same job, but earn far less, than full-time employees at the Museum of Modern Art.
A fiercely beautiful historical pageant by the South African artist William Kentridge commemorates a million Africans who died in World War I.
Anish Kapoor had filed a lawsuit against the gun rights group over its video using his work “Cloud Gate.” He announced a settlement on Thursday.
The Mauritshuis in the Netherlands, working with Google, has created an app that provides a virtual museum filled with all of this artist’s works.
Italian officials and the California museum have fought for more than a decade over this 2,000-year-old statue dredged up by Italian fishermen.
A home-makeover show based in this central Texas town has created a tourism boom.