Artist Pippa Garner is a sublime satirist, wreaking havoc on folksy American ideals like ingenuity and open-mindedness.
A tainted Minimalist sculptor is reintroduced to American museum-goers, prompting praise as well as protests.
In San Francisco and New York, women made some of the greatest Abstract Expressionist paintings
Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle has made 100 drawings of 100 missing African American women, reviving the memory of lives that might otherwise fall into an oblivion.
Mary Weatherford, working in top form, shows new paintings at David Kordansky that are the largest she has made.
Steven Hull's assemblage sculptures channel Thomas Nast's political cartoons of the past with eerie echoes of present day.
Kerry James Marshall's MOCA retrospective is the first time in a long time that the museum's program has felt essential.
Yet another fight is shaping up over elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, which on Thursday the Trump administration announced as part of its first federal budget proposal. The National Endowment for the Humanities, Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Corp. for Public...