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.
Hayv Kahraman’s paintings of distorted bodies are a metaphor for the “other.”
The Hikers, which premieres July 3, is the story of two black men traversing a peak but has a much deeper metaphor.
In addition to running his own studio, Brad Ford provides platforms for designers who insist on building their own creations.
Payot envisions multifaceted spaces where you have multiple reasons to go.
The New Museum will premiere Rottenberg’s darkly humorous work on June 26.
The pair beat out Renzo Piano, David Adjaye and other architecture heavyweights for the project.
Opening May 17, the exhibition will showcase the best new American art.