First Look: Baltic

A new residence in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood brings modern appeal to its historic...

Justin Adian Gets the Joke

The native Texan’s artwork comes in many shapes and sizes, but, in any case, it’s never short...

Please, Please Chill Out With the Biennials

Writer Dan Duray takes aim at the staggering number of international art shows.

Eric Shiner is Going Rogue

From his new post at Sotheby’s to a stint at The Armory Show, the versatile curator has proved...

Ann Hamilton’s Enlightened Touch

The artist’s widely varied installations have a common aim: to draw out the human element.

“Breaking News” at The Getty Center

The show explores the ways in which artists have responded to the media since the 1960s.

First Look: American Copper Buildings

A duo of angled towers bring architectural excitement to a Manhattan neighborhood.

When Japanese Fashion Took Paris

Nearly three decades after the fashion capital welcomed an influx of Japanese designers, a new show

The Art of the Metropolis

A group show of contemporary artists at Dio Horia in Mykonos, Greece, draws a connection between...

Moholy-Nagy: Future Present Opens at the Guggenheim

The New York City museum hosts the first U.S. retrospective of the Hungarian artist and designer in

Ritsue Mishima’s take on Perrier-Jouët for Art Basel Miami

There’s a certain metaphor for Art Basel Miami Beach in Champagne.

“Hippie Modernism” Rectifies Relations Between Art Curators and the Hippie Movement

A new exhibition enters 1960s counterculture into the art historical cannon.

Surface’s “Exhibit” Columnist Dan Duray Reports on a MoMA Milestone

MoMA celebrates three decades of its annual “New Photography” show with its most expansive...

Ettore Sottsass: 1955-1969

A new show at Friedman Benda.

Functionality Meets Art in Frederick Kiesler’s “Endless House”

The single-family home might be the ultimate test for an architect.