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Where the Wild Things Are: China’s Art Dreamers at the Guggenheim

Where the Wild Things Are: China’s Art Dreamers at the Guggenheim

From left, Kan Xuan, Yu Hong, Sun Yuan, Peng Yu and Qiu Zhijie are in the Guggenheim exhibition “Art and China After 1989: Theater of the World.” The backdrop is Qiu Zhijie’s ink-on-paper “Map of
Guggenheim Exhibit With Video of Dogs Trying to Fight Stirs Criticism

Guggenheim Exhibit With Video of Dogs Trying to Fight Stirs Criticism

Sun Yuan and Peng Yu’s “Dogs That Cannot Touch Each Other,” a seven-minute video with eight American pit bulls on eight treadmills.
Guggenheim, Bowing to Animal-Rights Activists, Pulls Works From Show

Guggenheim, Bowing to Animal-Rights Activists, Pulls Works From Show

Huang Yong Ping’s “Theater of the World,” which features live insects and reptiles.
Guggenheim, Bowing to Animal-Rights Activists, Pulls Works From Show

Guggenheim, Bowing to Animal-Rights Activists, Pulls Works From Show

Huang Yong Ping’s “Theater of the World,” which features live insects and reptiles.
Art for the Holidays: A New York Visitors’ Guide

Art for the Holidays: A New York Visitors’ Guide

Yayoi Kusama’s “With All My Love for the Tulips, I Pray Forever,” from 2011. It’s one of the many eye-catching works in her show “Festival of Life” at David Zwirner Gallery on 19th Street.
Gifts Tied to Opioid Sales Invite a Question: Should Museums Vet Donors?

Gifts Tied to Opioid Sales Invite a Question: Should Museums Vet Donors?

The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, which was listed as receiving about $13.1 million from the Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation in 2012, opened the Sackler Courtyard in June.
Art Review: Homage to Mexico: Josef Albers and His Reality-Based Abstraction

Art Review: Homage to Mexico: Josef Albers and His Reality-Based Abstraction

A detail of Josef Albers’s “Study for Sanctuary,” from 1941-42. The ink drawing is part of the Guggenheim Museum’s exhibition “Josef Albers in Mexico,” which contrasts Albers’s little-known
Museum Told White House: No Van Gogh, but Here’s a Gold Toilet

Museum Told White House: No Van Gogh, but Here’s a Gold Toilet

An 18-karat-gold toilet, titled “America,” by the sculptor Maurizio Cattelan in a restroom of the Guggenheim Museum. It was used by museum visitors until last August.
Art Review: Danh Vo: An Artist at the Crossroads of History and Diary

Art Review: Danh Vo: An Artist at the Crossroads of History and Diary

A detail from Danh Vo’s “We the People,” a model hand from his replica of the Statue of Liberty, in a survey of his work at the Guggenheim Museum.
They Talk About Porn in This Show. Audience Participation Is Encouraged.

They Talk About Porn in This Show. Audience Participation Is Encouraged.

Christopher Green, the creator and co-director of “Prurience,” an immersive theater piece in which audience members “join” a self-help group for pornography addicts.
With Choice of New Director, the Met Gets a Scholar and a Showman

With Choice of New Director, the Met Gets a Scholar and a Showman

Max Hollein, as director of Frankfurt’s Städel Museum, above, raised money for a new wing by persuading the citizens to help build it. He wore yellow rainboots everywhere and encouraged supporters to
Art Review: Giacometti: Beguiled by Thin Men and Women

Art Review: Giacometti: Beguiled by Thin Men and Women

Alberto Giacometti, “Suspended Ball,” 1930–31. His Surrealist sculptures were witty, off-kilter and sometimes dripping with sex. A sphere dangles from a string in a cage, “teasing but never touching a
Can an Artist Shift the Gun Debate?

Can an Artist Shift the Gun Debate?

Participants in Shaun Leonardo’s “Primitive Games” at the Guggenheim Museum debating the issue of gun violence without using words.
Library Cards Rival Golden Tickets With Culture Pass Option

Library Cards Rival Golden Tickets With Culture Pass Option

The New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue. Patrons inspired by the new Culture Pass program applied for library cards in droves this week.
A Good Year for Younger Artists, Immigrant Citizens and Outrage

A Good Year for Younger Artists, Immigrant Citizens and Outrage

“Snake Baby” (2016), by Devan Shimoyama, whose solo show at the Andy Warhol Museum opens on Oct. 13.
Delacroix, Warhol and More Art to Look Forward to This Fall

Delacroix, Warhol and More Art to Look Forward to This Fall

“Women of Algiers in Their Apartment” (1834) by Eugène Delacroix will be part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s traffic-stopping Delacroix show, opening Sept. 17.
art review: ‘Hilma Who?’ No More

art review: ‘Hilma Who?’ No More

A series of paintings by Hilma af Klint, collectively titled “The Ten Largest,” are made-yesterday fresh even though they were created in 1907. They are a highlight of the new Guggenheim exhibition,
Critic’s Pick: ‘Hilma Who?’ No More

Critic’s Pick: ‘Hilma Who?’ No More

A series of paintings by Hilma af Klint, collectively titled “The Ten Largest,” are made-yesterday fresh even though they were created in 1907. They are a highlight of the new Guggenheim exhibition,
Critics’ Picks: 10 Under-the-Radar Art Shows to See Now

Critics’ Picks: 10 Under-the-Radar Art Shows to See Now

“Love Vibe” (1999-2014), a series of panels in the exhibition “Rochelle Feinstein: Image of an Image,” at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
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