Lush Life: Karen Kilimnik at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Karen Kilimnik's new exhibition opens at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Conn.

Masquerade Ball: A Cindy Sherman Retrospective at MoMA

With a 40-year career retrospective opening at the Museum of Modern Art, the chameleon photographer is still looking to the future.


Weegee Fever! Tabloid Photog Gets Four Shows

America's obsession with the police procedural appears to have hit the art world. The International Center of Photography has just opened the largest of four new exhibitions on Depression-era crime photographer Weegee.

Minimum Opus: Jean-Luc Moulene's U.S. Solo Debut at Dia:Beacon

Dia:Beacon takes its chances with a little-known French sculptor and photographer in a sprawling new year-long exhibition.


Creation Theory: David Altmejd at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Peter Brant's newest star transforms the rustic Greenwich, Conn., museum into a bizarre cosmos of the beautiful and the grotesque.


David Smith at the Whitney

An elegant new exhibition at the Whitney traces sculptor David Smith's career-long obsession with geometric abstraction.

Aegean Anomie: Doug Aitken and Dakis Joannou in Greece

Dakis Joannou invites Doug Aitken, Chloë Sevigny and 300 other guests to his annual art-world extravaganza on Hydra Island.



"Light and Landscape" at the Storm King Art Center

The Storm King Art Center opens "Light and Landscape," an unusual tribute to the Hudson River School painters.

The Bruce High Quality Foundation's 2012 Brucennial

Highlights from the Brucennial, the parody version of the Whitney Biennial put on by the agitator-art collective Bruce High Quality Foundation.