The renowned urbanist takes a crack at critical issues facing the planet while harmonizing with the tranquil countryside.
Tishan Hsu’s paintings and sculptures about the blurring line between technology and the human body left ’80s audiences baffled. The art world is finally catching up to him.
They’re definitely worth a detour.
Opening today, the roomier digs in Allapattah highlight famed collectors Don and Mera Rubell’s contemporary art trove.
She has an exhibition opening November 8 at Marian Goodman Gallery, plus a dance project with Performa 19.
The exhibition, which opens November 3, features works by 83 artists responding to the bloody conflicts.
Her spectrum of 28 paintings will be on show at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden from October 24.
Highlights include a Japanese-style mudroom, a rooftop terrace and expansive back garden and the chicest powder room in Manhattan.
African-American artists are leading the most highly anticipated openings this season.
Pace’s 75,000-square-foot West 25th Street space will open with exhibitions of Calder, Hockney and more.