SURFACING
A New York Art Gallery Where Anything Can Happen

The sui generis dealer Kai Matsumiya favors artists “who question even the most fundamental...

REDISCOVERED
Enzo Mari’s Willful Obscurity

The Italian design legend, who refused to abide by the rules of his industry, will be celebrated in

The March Issue
Jamian Juliano-Villani, Today’s Most Tireless Artist, Readies a New Chapter

Her inimitable paintings have made her one of the art world’s most magnetic talents....

Art
In Philadelphia, Alex Da Corte Reinvents an Allan Kaprow Classic

Restaging a storied 1962 happening, the star artist trades chickens for… let’s not spoil it.

Art
Bjarne Melgaard in Full Bloom

At the Felix fair in Los Angeles, the indefatigable provocateur debuts intimate paintings as major...

Art
Curator Alison Gingeras on Revisiting One of the 20th Century’s Key Art Shows

Inspired by a MoMA classic, “New Images of Man” at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles shows dozens of...

Art
Noah Davis, Influential Artist Who Died as His Star Was Rising, Comes Into Full View in New York

A David Zwirner gallery show charts his life as a preternaturally talented painter and a founder of

Art
Filmmaker Shirin Neshat Probes the Iran-U.S. Divide in Surreal New Satire

“I think that it's even more important that artists are vocal," the artist says in an interview...