“This is the best moment of my life,” Yayoi Kusama told Whitney Museum Director Adam Weinberg. On the brink of a retrospective at the museum and the unveiling of a much-hyped collaboration with Louis Vuitton, the eighty-two-year-old artist is most definitely on the rise.
An exhibition demonstrates that artistic limitations can elicit significant innovations.
Ellsworth Kelly, who counts both Matisse and Audubon as influences, shows us how abstract painting relates to nature.
Heather Dewey-Hagborg imagines a not-so-distant future in which police sketches are made using current DNA technology, and Paolo Cirio promotes activism with transmedia storytelling.
The Neue Gallerie shows off sepia-toned masterpieces by Kuehn, Steiglitz, and Steichen.