While it won’t yet have an exhibition on recent protests against racism and police violence, its founding director acknowledges that it is reopening against the backdrop of “a changed America.”
What you need to know before venturing back out to see art, from safety precautions to the exhibitions still on view.
The artist is not on social media, but he’s finally opening up about living and working in the time of Covid-19. “I went into survival mode,” he said.
In re-examining historical narratives and classical stories, these artists are creating images that speak on multiple levels to the experiences of being Black and female.
The artist Trevor Paglen peers into the history of photography and its relationship to state surveillance.
Frank Jones’s fanciful drawings; Lyles & King’s inaugural exhibition in its new space; and Serena Stevens’s haunting paintings.
The museum adds a midcareer component to a program known for anointing new talent.
Patricia Marroquin Norby, most recently of the National Museum of the American Indian in New York, will soon join the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The survey, by Art Basel and UBS, analyzes the effect of the coronavirus on the world’s art dealers. Sales are down, but the wealthy are still buying.
Our critic chats about the beloved stretch from the music hall to Lincoln Center around Central Park with the architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien.