Celebrating the heyday of mallrat culture.
A retrospective of the artist’s work captures both the blight of real life and the zany fantasies necessary to endure it.
David Salle’s paintings are alternatively erotic and playfully spooky
If one is looking for such things, a city of jutting skyscrapers can seem rather phallic.
Italian photographer Olivo Barbieri’s perspective-distorting mountain-scapes are now on exhibit
Artist Aaron Curry’s exotic sculptures have landed in the plaza at Lincoln Center
See Balthus’s Polaroids of Anna Wahli.
In his new solo show, the L.A. photographer bucks refinement.
Photographer Juergen Teller’s heaving close-ups of the Michelin-starred plates at the famed Tuscan getaway, Hotel Il Pellicano, are featured in a new cook book.
In his solo show of new paintings at Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York, Michael St. John recalls, with a Rauschenbergian flourish, the wonder years.
Don’t expect to see Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin's illustrated bible at Sunday school.
The rising young artists of “Test Pattern,” a group exhibition opening at the Whitney Museum in New York on August 22, implore you to look up.
A new show of the late photographer’s exquisite animal skull studies is now in London.
German installation artist Katharina Grosse has recaptured that sense of childlike play at the Nasher Sculpture Center
In the group exhibition “Junkies’ Promises,” at New York’s Paul Kasmin Gallery, the artist cuts into the mind of a killer.
In his new book, artist Daniel Gordon photographs cut-up stock images with a charming faux naiveté.