The Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibition opens with a blast of energy so powerful that it will stop you in your tracks, then propel you through a mammoth show of surprises.
The Palm Springs Art Museum's “Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art, 1954-1969” delivers a smart examination of a genre often written off as gimmick.
ICA LA presents a marvelous show featuring the late artist, institutionalized for more than 30 years for mental incapacity.
Pacific Standard Time: L.A./L.A.'s unprecedented look at Latin American and Latino art rolls out with two retrospectives of Brazilian and Chicano artists.
Maybe it’s the record-breaking summer temperatures, exacerbated by global warming, but some art museum folks in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts seem to be suffering from heatstroke. Plainly they’ve lost their minds. In late July, the Berkshire Eagle, Pittsfield’s local newspaper, reported...
Removing Confederate monuments doesn't erase history. Erecting them does. Museums — or cemeteries — are more fitting final resting places for these relics of the past.
Ben Jackel makes sharp political sculpture from stoneware and wood.
A forgotten album of photographs by Dennis Hopper, unseen for nearly 50 years, is on view at Michael Kohn Gallery.