With more than 200 artists, the São Paulo exhibition is a hemispheric treasure chest about resistance to racism. Its timing is apt.
Spiritual sparks helped inspire the radical and visionary art of Hilma af Klint, the new (old) name to know. Her work is on view at the Guggenheim.
The Humboldt Forum, set to open in 2019, was meant to show Germany as confident and open to the world. But it has ignited a debate about the past.
In a commanding new exhibition at London’s Serpentine Galleries, the French artist makes images directly from brain activity — and adds 10,000 flies for good measure.
Led by Donald Judd’s children, Flavin and Rainer, it will eventually touch six of the 21 buildings the foundation owns in Texas and add programming space.
At the Museum of Modern Art, the first full-scale look at Charles White’s career in about three decades traces a broad pattern of 20th-century African-American life.
Banksy’s latest prank, which cost a European bidder $1.4 million, has been renamed and recertified.
She constructs scenes of African-Americans that merge life with the strangeness of dreams. “Her ability to get people to drop their guard is stunning,” a curator says.
Touring a multimedia experience dedicated to the 1960s group with one of its founders.
Stephen Mueller’s “Orchidaceous”; Sara Greenberger Rafferty’s glass works; Mahmoud Khaled’s photo installations; Chelsea Culprit’s mixed-media paintings; and Minus Space’s three-woman show.