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A fraught reconstruction was a missed opportunity, but it helped foster a new urbanism and a broader vision of what a neighborhood can be.

9/8/2021 4:00:37 AM

With the growing visibility of gender-nonconforming and transgender people, the scope of feminism is fast evolving. Now two major museum shows in California explore the impact on art.

9/8/2021 11:34:13 AM

For his new installation of mosaics in New York, the artist ventures below Times Square.

9/7/2021 3:19:52 PM

The marble figure had been displayed publicly for decades in New York before the Turkish government sued for its return.

9/8/2021 8:49:47 AM

Ali Gass, formerly of the ICA San Jose and the Smart Museum of Art in Chicago, has raised $2.5 million to start the new institution, with a planned opening in fall 2022.

9/8/2021 5:00:06 AM

It took a pandemic to get our critic to explore the exquisite art in his own backyard. Here’s what he discovered.

9/3/2021 9:35:02 AM

In the face of terminal cancer, an artist focused and refined his singular style of abstract painting right till the end.

9/2/2021 8:00:24 AM

A retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art tracks how the painter’s signature style extended the contours of Abstract Expressionism.

9/3/2021 2:48:03 PM

Experts say discredited works of art often resurface on the market again and again, in part because their owners just won’t take no for an answer.

9/1/2021 12:52:10 PM

The trove, which is going on sale because of a court order, includes pieces by Cy Twombly, Gerhard Richter and Andy Warhol, and is valued at more than $600 million.

9/9/2021 9:48:52 AM