The artist, on his response to the migrant crisis: “In China we say, ‘When birds pass over the sky...’ I’m just one of the birds who made some sounds.”
Lubaina Himid is using her enhanced influence to make galleries that show her work reach out and involve black artists around them.
She’s an artist and scholar, and at “A Synthesis of Intuitions” you see thinking — about gender, racism, art — happening before your eyes.
“The Senses: Design Beyond Vision” at the Cooper Hewitt asks visitors to consider sound, taste and smell.
Here are five highlights to see from “Birds: A Festival Inspired by Aristophanes,” a citywide festival featuring a range of cultural events.
Making this year’s shortlist: an organization that uses architectural rendering software to uncover human rights abuses and three artists depicting social and political issues in film.
For all his Old World qualities, Max Hollein has an individualistic streak that promises to disrupt some of the Met’s traditional ways.
“The Metropolis in Latin America,” at the Americas Society, is a tale of ambition, nationalism, violence, technical innovation and economic transformation.
The actress Carly Chaikin, known for playing Darlene on the USA Network drama, has her own artwork at home, along with some other treasured pieces.
Olivia Jaimes, the latest cartoonist and first woman to draw “Nancy,” has brought earbuds, Snapchat filters and apps into the venerable character’s world.