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Mr. Indiana’s will left his assets to a foundation to be run by his caretaker, who has been accused in a lawsuit of isolating him from the outside world.
The sculpture, commissioned by a Wisconsin sausage maker, is provoking more debate about whether the elderly artist authorized all the works sold under his name.
With “History Refused to Die: Highlights From the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift,” the Metropolitan Museum of Art makes the case for the art of self-taught black Southerners.
Maui, Wowee: Georgia O’Keeffe’s largely unknown Hawaiian paintings and sketches surface in the Bronx, at the New York Botanical Garden.
Art exhibitions — colorful, monumental or immersive — are popping up all over New York City. Here’s a guide to what’s happening.
For the Holy See’s first foray into the architecture exhibition, a dozen architects built chapels “for believers and nonbelievers alike.”
Nancy Shaver’s colorful assemblages; Domenico Gnoli’s unsettling close-ups; Tony Cokes’s incisive videos; and Rita McBride’s high-intensity laser beams.
An art critic, a fashion writer and a Catholic columnist from The Times walk into a museum. What followed was a lively debate about clothing and faith.
At the National Museum of the American Indian, imagiNATIONS emphasizes native innovations in math, science and engineering.
Mr. Indiana’s depiction of the letters L, O, V and E was one of the best-known images of the 20th century, widely reproduced but also widely imitated.