Detail of "Dec 29, 1977" "Thursday." by On Kawara. New York, From Today, 1966-2013. Acrylic on canvas, 8 x 10 inches. Pictured with artist-made cardboard storage boxes, 10 1/2 x 10 3/4 x 2 inches. Private collection. Photo: Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents the first comprehensive exhibition of work by On Kawara (1933–2014). “On Kawara—Silence” is the broadest representation of Kawara’s practice since 1963. Opening on February 6, the exhibition invites the viewer to consider

Read more »
"Maze" by Alan Shields, 1981-1982.

The late artist Alan Shields (1944-2005) was a mid-western export with equal parts gumption, vision and invention. A straight line could probably be drawn from the American heartland to the font of the artist’s resourcefulness—a kitchen table

Read more »
"The Green and White Warbler" by Jason Middlebrook, 2008. Oak plank, acrylic paint, steel, and cast concrete bottles, 64 1/4 x 44 x 17 7/8 inches.

Jason Middlebrook proudly refers to himself as a schizophrenic artist. For many years he has been torn between sculpture and painting. Instead of choosing one form over the other, Middlebrook has let the dichotomy play itself out

Read more »
Detail of "Arctic Circle," "Latitude New York City," and "Equator" by Maya Lin.  Vermont Danby Marble, 2013-2014.

In the sun-drenched lobby of Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill this summer, the artist Maya Lin explores the environment in three primary sculptural installations that examine the topographies, flood plains and waterways of our changing global

Read more »
"NAWA Axis for Peace - Project 2014" with artist Mariyo Yagi.

Members of the public had the chance to take part in the creation of a participatory art project that resulted in a fabric sculpture now installed at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton, NY. The brainchild of Mariyo Yagi,

Read more »
Installation view of the exhibition, Platform: Maya Lin. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York.
July 4-October 13, 2014. In foreground, "Equator" (2014), "Latitude New York City" (2013) and "Arctic Circle" (2013).
On wall, "Pin River—Sandy" (2013). Courtesy Pace Gallery, New York. Photo: Gary Mamay

The Parrish Art Museum launches its third edition of its Platform series with art by Maya Lin. The exhibition opens July 4 and continues through Oct. 13, 2104. Lin’s work is ecologically-inspired and combines the disciples of art,

Read more »