A photographer who kicked her OxyContin addiction fights on the front lines against the scourge that recalls H.I.V. And she has begun to draw a response.
Bringing together 1,500 artists across the Internet, the global digital art festival known as The Wrong is a democratic alternative to the often elitist system of fairs. Here’s a quick tour through its treasures.
Prominent French figures asked the city to reject plans to install “Bouquet of Tulips,” calling it “shocking” and saying it amounted to product placement.
The breakthrough drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal are undeniable as art.
The collector and philanthropist Valeria Napoleone has made buying and backing female artists her central undertaking.
A show of royal crests from Cameroon brings you face to face (and soul to soul) with African sculpture.
This year’s fair captures the field on the cusp of change, part of an ever-widening mainstream with two major museum exhibitions ahead.
A George Bellows painting, a sexy silver “Cobra Clock” and a museum-quality quilt from 1869 are among the highlights of this year’s fair.
Newly discovered photographs by the Nobel-winning novelist reveal a South African adolescence shaped by art and apartheid.
The artists, including Tatyana Fazlalizadeh and Onyedika Chuke, will use public art projects to address the social issues of the city.