Six years before the coronavirus, Neïl Beloufa imagined a global outbreak of disease and digital bewilderment. “Screen Talk,” his new project, erases the line between fiction and real life.
As many cultural institutions are dealing with layoffs and furloughs, some are appointing new leaders who face a whole new set of challenges.
As Italy gradually reopens its museums after a three-month lockdown, locals are enjoying treasures long lost to visiting hordes.
The artist’s works were easy to grasp but hard to categorize, bringing conceptual art to the masses and generating no small measure of happiness and awe in the process.
Mountains, museums, bridges and Central Park were just some of what he used to make astonishing and popular art with his wife and collaborator, Jeanne-Claude.
Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
With workers in quarantine, the busy neighborhood now feels like a secret backyard for families. Our critic walks with the architect Claire Weisz.
A new view of Gober World, where social distancing and supermarket pie are the norm.