Lincoln Center has one more reason for people to flock to the storied performing arts center in New York City: Hippo Ballerina.
"This is not painting, it's watchmaking." "I come every day when I get off work. It's a great detox." These two wildly divergent
Inside King Street Station in Seattle, the gallery was humming with noises of all kinds. It was the first night of 9e2 Seattle, a
A spectacular gathering of new sculpture by the now-legendary Lynda Benglis at Cheim & Read in Chelsea is really three shows in
Ann Hamilton’s stirring installation “habitus” in Philadelphia extends between the Fabric Workshop and Museum downtown, on view
“The Beat Goes On,” currently at the SVA Chelsea Gallery, is an ambitious undertaking by a quartet of artists: Elia Alba, Paul D.
Going to Burning Man this year? If so, expect to have a first look at two new sculptures by Laura Kimpton, one which will travel to
In the current Parrish Road Show exhibition, “Toni Ross: Permanent Transience,” at Marders in Bridgehampton, Toni Ross continues
It was a fine day for a tour of earth culture. Our intrepid guide, Timothy “Speed” Levitch, shuffled his legs awkwardly and swayed
There's something haunting about into entering the former home of Elaine de Kooning (1918-1989). From the outside, the East Hampton