An exhibition in Dallas raises pointed questions about social mores, feminist history, and how artists are written into—or out of—the canon.
The recipient of the 2015 Robert De Niro Sr. Prize considers living in a Richard Tuttle world, destroying her own artwork, and becoming a nun.
At the Yokohama Museum of Art, the Superflat star shines a light on the contemporary and antique treasures that inform his practice, from Edo calligraphy to a trumpeting banana sculpture.
The London-based design tastemaker talks about breaking down barriers between art and craft, the pieces she’ll never part with, and the best scouting grounds for fresh talent.
Paddle8 is a marketplace for collectors, presenting auctions of extraordinary art and objects.
It isn’t every day that one artist lets another effectively color over his own work. Lucas Zwirner describes how the two distinctive draftsmen dropped their guard to create something entirely new.
Marcel Dzama conjures a strange world of dancing animals, club-armed villains, and double-bodied kings for a new ballet by choreographer Justin Peck.
The former editor of French Vogue needs only to open her jewelry box to summon fond memories of collaborations with famous friends, pre-dawn flea-market raids, and other aesthetic adventures.
For style-savvy bibliophiles, a sampling of the many artful tomes that fill out Mr. Spade’s cleverly well-curated shelves, coffee tables, and more.
Bemelmans’ Bar, Yale’s studios, Arizona’s flea markets, René Ricard’s Chelsea Hotel room, and more unlikely haunts whirl by in this conversation between Mr. David Coggins and Mr. Andy Spade.
Take note: the famously ahead-of-the-curve couple reveals the names that have lately staked a claim on their collecting consciousness.
Anish Kapoor, Sarah Oppenheimer, Marina Abramovic, Olafur Eliasson, and other major names offer their favorite recipes for creative cooking.
The octogenarian painter and printmaker's decades-long career transcends labels, techniques, and movements.
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