A lively show at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art both stretches “gay” and resists “normal.”
A Times survey of New York City museums reveals that the lack of diversity starts at the top — with the board.
Thousands of statues of a former dictator were erected across Taiwan. Getting rid of them hasn’t been easy.
Dale Chihuly, an artistic trailblazer who has long worked with teams, is facing a court battle that opens a complicated debate about age, infirmity and ego.
“Not everybody loves them as much as I do,” Mr. Kushner says of the ceramic angels hanging in the house he shares with his husband, Mark Harris.
The art historian in a critic wants to preserve Confederate images in museums, not trash them. At a crime scene, you don’t destroy evidence.
Abelardo Morell’s “Thoreau: 40 Journals in Chronological Order” will go on view on Tuesday.
“Cultural Revolution Selfies,” a new book by Wang Qiuhang, includes subversive images, taken during China’s Cultural Revolution, of the photographer himself.
Farhad Nouri, 10, originally from Afghanistan, has won acclaim for his artwork, but he spends his days dreaming of asylum for him and his family.
The auction house’s sale of more than 100 works from the playwright’s collection will be held Sept. 26 and benefit his foundation.