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Yes, said Jerome Meadows, who designed the Ed Johnson Memorial to help bring the city’s history to light, with reconciliation and healing.
With “In America” at the Met and “Christian Dior” at the Brooklyn Museum, our critics debate the nuances of showing fashion in art institutions, and find a depth of influence among young American designers.
Three gallery shows of new work by veteran artists who happen to be women highlight their different ways and means of development, and the way they are taking new risks.
Greater New York, the New Museum triennial and the Performa biennial, which all open in October, should allow us to take stock of what the year has wrought.
Overdue career tributes and shows on West African textiles and the Great Migration demonstrate museums responding to global movement and demographic shifts.
New galleries for Dutch and Flemish art in Boston, and the arrival of “Afro-Atlantic Histories” in Houston, will complicate serene pictures of the past.
The shock of the pandemic is being channeled into artistic creations that offer global range and historical insight. It’s something to look forward to.
Two major museums teamed up for “Mind/Mirror,” only to realize they disagreed. Alike yet different, the two shows offer a revelatory look at America’s most famous living artist.
The newest painting by Jasper Johns was inspired by a fan letter from an astrophysicist. Here’s a first look.
The cult Swiss talent Valerio Olgiati creates austere, often concrete spaces that eschew references to history or place.