Flesh, set free by a ‘despicable genius,’ or ensnared in the male gaze?
The painter Nirit Takele, already a celebrated artist at 33 years old, is evoking the spirit of both her homelands in her bold work
Old conflicts in the air and on display at the Jewish Museum
The superb show of 32 paintings, opening this week, highlights the painter’s fascination with the dreadful spectacle of death, and the splendor of his artistry
‘Seeing psychologically’ the philanthropic American collector couple who put Los Angeles on the art map
The cruelties and achievements of the painter’s short but intense Bohemian life, on view at the Jewish Museum in New York and Tate Modern in London
Paintings that tell us to eff off while showing us the way in
The painter learns to ‘live Dada’
Before his death, a visit to his studio in Woodstock, New York, where the Czech emigrant and underappreciated artist of the Holocaust found peace
How the American master came to this living portrait, true to life—but what life?
Chagall’s only daughter Ida—an influential subject of his paintings—died 22 years ago this week. She would have been 100.
The painter’s ‘intuitive’ and ‘groping’ New York show, ‘Stuff Change,’ deftly intertwines abstraction with the graphic representation of lively messes
An exhibit that is a violation of a young girl’s and a dead artist’s privacy. Or not.