Posts written by Spencer Nelson
The Photographers’ Gallery showcases the quartet of shortlisted artists selected for its annual international honor.
The Guggenheim bridges the gap between Vasily Kandinsky’s early and later periods, studying his transformation from 1911 to 1913 with paintings and written text.
The Neue Gallerie shows off sepia-toned masterpieces by Kuehn, Steiglitz, and Steichen.
One man in particular has shaped how we represent the future. At once immensely familiar and perfectly unknown, painter and engineer Syd Mead is an unavoidable part of American culture.
In the small Seto Inland Sea in south Japan, the Benesse Corporation has turned three sparsely inhabited islands into sanctuaries for art.
An artist’s exhibition focusing on renditions of the American flag ignites a frenzy in a normally quiet New York suburb.
Gagosian’s Picasso and Françoise Gilot: Paris–Vallauris 1943–1953 takes on the life and work of both Picasso and his then-mistress Françoise Gilot.
Curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev explores the idea of the postwar in an exhibition of two hundred artists spanning four thousand years of work.