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Huma Bhabha’s New Installation at the Met Brings You Into the Realm of Gods
This is among the best Met roof sculpture installations since the program began in 1987.
Breakfast With Anselm Kiefer, Who Made That Flying Lead Book at Rock Center
Just don’t write on his cappuccino, please.
What If Jimmie Durham, Noted Cherokee Artist, Is Not Actually Cherokee?
He’s been called “the art world’s Rachel Dolezal.”
In Case You Forgot: Brad Pitt, Sculptor, Has Excellent Taste in Music
Brad Pitt is moody and in the studio and listening to Frank Ocean and Marvin Gaye.
Brad Pitt Didn’t Go to the Oscars Because He Was Busy Sculpting
The actor “had been at it for nearly 10 days.”
These Intricate Sculptures Are Handcrafted From Thousands of Porcelain Shards
Zemer Peled creates works of art like no other.
This Artist Uses Fabric to Create Gauzy, Romantic Art
He even did an installation at his own wedding.
Franz Kafka Is Always Watching You, If You’re Outside City Hall in Prague
It’s in the middle of a bustling shopping center in Kafka’s hometown, Prague.
This 8-Foot Candle Portrait Mesmerized Me
Jerry Saltz on Urs Fischer’s giant wax sculpture of artist-director Julian Schnabel.
How Picasso the Sculptor Ruptured Art History
“Picasso Sculpture” could be one of the great learning experiences of your seeing life.
Jerry Saltz: Jessica Jackson Hutchins Finds Truth in Clay
She’s among the best artists working in America today.
seeing out loud
Art Review: The Great, Inscrutable Robert Gober
I don’t understand Gober’s work. That’s how I know how good it is.
Is That Actually Sigourney Weaver?
It is not!
Jerry Saltz Remembers the Sculptor Ken Price, 1935-2012
“Luminescent color flecks that make it look like a million-eyed being from another dimension.”
See Kate From
, the Unbelievably Tiny Sculpture
Plus unbelievably tiny Princess Leias, Barack Obamas, and Shaun of the Deads.
See the Most Expensive Piece of Art Ever Sold at Auction
“What recession?” etc., etc.