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The artist requested that her painting, dedicated to incarcerated women in the jail complex, head to the museum because of safety concerns. City officials agreed.

1/18/2022 12:53:05 PM

Scholars are increasingly focusing attention on the seizure and excavation of antiquities from Greece and other countries by German forces during World War II.

1/18/2022 8:03:01 AM

Columbus, the Middle Passage, the Mayflower. A thought-provoking exhibition, “Arrivals,” grapples with the myths and origin stories of how everyone set foot in this country.

1/16/2022 1:28:05 PM

In Beverly Barkat’s quest to connect people with nature, she found that environmental waste could be a powerful medium.

1/16/2022 4:52:48 PM

His public art installation in New York’s Madison Square Park takes on the thorny issues roiling American classrooms.

1/18/2022 3:16:56 PM

After a life-changing injury with a table saw blade, John Powers asked friends to help sculpt a solution. His project to regain his craft is the most important art he’s done yet.

1/11/2022 3:38:53 PM

An energizing presentation of the artist’s landscapes, interiors and sculptural objects at David Zwirner Gallery lets visitors enter his secret universe.

1/13/2022 11:59:09 AM

Chitra Ganesh’s painted and sewn assemblages.

1/19/2022 4:57:38 PM

Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City.

1/20/2022 4:00:26 AM

The repatriations are among the first under Alvin Bragg, the new Manhattan district attorney, who is continuing the work of a dedicated antiquities trafficking unit created by his predecessor.

1/19/2022 5:34:08 PM