The magical images of the reclusive Chilean photographer deserve wider recognition.
His videos have made him one of the most acclaimed artists of his generation, but what really animates this British artist are the emotions that slip off the screen.
The artist’s career-spanning survey at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is about to close.
Curators at the Humboldt Forum in Berlin hope an inaugural exhibition of animal-tusk artifacts shows the institution is serious about its colonial baggage.
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn said they plan to return 17 items — once headed for auction — to their communities.
Hauser & Wirth inaugurated its latest venture on a small Spanish island. Increasingly, the Swiss mega-gallery doesn’t just sell art. It trades in experiences.
Emmanuelle Polack is the face of the French museum’s efforts to return stolen works. But some discoveries have put her employer in an awkward situation.
The immersive van Gogh exhibitions make a critic reflect on her encounters with his paintings and question what it means to have an intimate connection with an artist.
A big, juicy exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts turns an embracing eye on Black artists in the American South.
Hundreds of artists entrusted thousands of works to a company, the Artist Pension Trust, on the promise of sharing in sale proceeds, but many say they haven’t heard anything for years.