Quarantined in Sicily, van Dyck painted a daughter of Palermo who saved the city from an outbreak. Our critic went to see her in an empty museum.
Yes, it’s better to see this great flutter of planes, volumes and edges in person. But an online visit is the next best thing.
David Rockwell, the architect and Tony-winning show designer, talks about the stories and history behind his favorite theaters.
The pandemic has not only shut down museums and galleries. It has canceled an entire way of life for contemporary artists — and forces a reconsideration of what all that flying was good for.
In a South African city emblematic of wealth and privilege, a program of radical art from the whole continent seeks to confront and heal.
You can craft your way to a sense of community, says the artist Liza Lou. She’s creating her “comfort” project on Instagram in real time.
As museums shutter and theaters go dark, cultural institutions have been calling for federal and local government help. Congress’s aid package will provide some assistance.
Families are celebrating hundreds of boxes of heirlooms that were unloaded from the scorched interior of 70 Mulberry Street.
Plugging into the art-world conversation while museums and galleries are closed.
“The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring” was the only thing missing after a heist near Amsterdam. Whoever was behind the theft made the move on the artist’s birthday, knowingly or not.