In “Measuring Infinity,” the kinetic constructions of the Venezuelan sculptor Gertrud Goldschmidt climb, twist, dangle — and dazzle.
At an auction, 20 of Harry Bertoia’s “sounding sculptures” sold for millions. But his children can’t agree on the future of his work.
It takes two venues to contain diverse work from 50 years, connecting sexuality, childhood and her relationships with famous friends embedded in her art.
Joshua Reynolds’s “Portrait of Mai (Omai)” is considered Britain’s earliest portrait of a person of color. In an innovative arrangement, it will travel between London and Los Angeles.
She is joining Gagosian Gallery to expand her global profile.
One hundred works by the German artist will be a highlight of a new Berlin museum. But the building’s costs have ballooned, and Richter is taking a cautious approach to handing the pieces over.
Investigators said there was evidence that the bronze, on loan to the museum and valued at $25 million, had been stolen from Turkey.
With more than a dozen projects, the architect Markus Dochantschi of studioMDA is reshaping the state of the art gallery, one historic building at a time.
Want to see new art in the city? Check out Miyoko Ito’s singular abstractions and Martin Kippenberger’s brutal self-portraits.
Her clients were not celebrities but developers, Hollywood executives and philanthropists like herself, working behind the scenes in Los Angeles and elsewhere.