A major new project traces the rise of the British art market in the late 1700s. More»
The curators of the Sicily exhibition at the Getty Villa celebrate this island of beauty and exquisite ancient art. More»
Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes
The Museum of Modern Art presents its first major exhibition of the work of the multi-faceted architect Le Corbusier.
Sou Fujimoto on the Serpentine Pavilion 2013
Sou Fujimoto is the youngest-ever creator of the Serpentine Gallery's annual summer structure in London, a great latticework cloud.
Venice Biennale National Pavilion Highlights
The 55th Venice Biennale of 2013 features national pavilions from 88 countries.
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A museum is an exciting place to engage with cultures and history of the past.
—Wayne responding to Sam Durant’s project isamuseum.org
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According to the annual report "Giving USA," arts and culture was America's fastest-growing charitable cause in 2012, with donations rising an estimated 7.8 percent to $14.44 billion.
No cars, open streets! Explore one of the most legendary boulevards in Los Angeles by foot, bike, skates, or other non-motorized transport on June 23. Be a part of CicLAvia—Iconic Wilshire Boulevard, the most walkable CicLAvia route ever!
On display at the Getty Villa this summer, a 23-foot-tall, 5-ton steel wheel, the centerpiece of an avant-garde production of the ancient drama Prometheus Bound
The UK will become the world's largest art gallery this summer when a unique exhibition Art Everywhere transforms thousands of poster sites and billboards into iconic artworks from the national collection.
Art restorers have long known how to repair material flaws. But when creativity is computerized, the art isn't so easy to fix.
Curated by Massimiliano Gioni, the youngest artistic director of Venice’s La Biennale, this museum-like exhibition, featuring work from over 150 artists from 38 countries, is split between two massive locations.
Instead of playing in the dirty streets after school, one hot afternoon, kids in a local favela, or slum, find their way into a giant space with bright, high white walls.
“It has become common, even fashionable, to use Ada Louise's name as a shorthand for criticism that is tough, savvy, politically minded, concerned with real-estate power plays and the life of the street….”