In honor of Vo’s 2012 Hugo Boss Prize, the Guggenheim is opening an exhibition that shows a more personal and intimate side of Vo’s work.
Gabriel Orozco brings two expansive new installations to the Guggenheim. Enter to win tickets to a conversation with Orozco and art historian Benjamin Buchloh!
A controversial (and unpopular) origin, threat of destruction under the Nazis, storage in a barn in Norway, and two art heists.
On November 19, the acclaimed Stephen Petronio dance company is holding a benefit art auction to support new works and performances.
A donation of €150,000,000 worth of modern art is causing headaches for Berlin’s cultural authorities. With so little museum space and so much to show, curators and administrators are being asked to choose whether to display old masters or twentieth century icons.
Heavyweights like Rachel Whiteread, Sarah Morris, and Martin Creed have works in Luhring Augustine’s new group show, which benefits the pioneering curatorial program at Bard College.