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Should Museums Prioritize Emotional Wellness Activities? The Rubin Museum of Art Thinks So.
Alexandre Benjamin Navet Presents Flowers, Real and Imagined, on New York’s Fifth Avenue
David Byrne’s Drawings Reflect on the Absurdities of Life That Connect Us All
Featuring Work by World-Class Artists, These Billboards Advertise Activism
An Iconic Japanese Woodblock Print, Translated Into a Wrist-Sized Wonder
Antwaun Sargent on the Power of Contemporary Black Art
In Dallas, the First In-Depth Presentation of Nancy Holt’s Audio Works
In Boucheron’s Latest Collection, Holographic Effects Meet High Jewelry
Toilet-Paper Holders, Reimagined as Works of Art
Megumi Shauna Arai’s Enchanting Textiles Are Patchworks of Stories and Traditions
With Art and Altruism, an Exhibition Explores the Strength and Beauty of Interconnection
Artist Michael Pinsky’s Climate-Action Plan: “Pollution Pods”
At a Los Angeles Exhibition, “Almost-Dysfunctional” Japanese Pottery That Conveys the Circle of Life
How Louis Vuitton Bottles the Scent of California’s Shoreline
Rem Koolhaas Brings the Country to the City With a Guggenheim Show
In “Social Works,” Antwaun Sargent Explores the Connections Between Space and Black Social Practice
A Multi-Venue Exhibition in Ghana Seeks to Shift Perspectives Through the Lens of Time
Jónsi of Sigur Rós Expands His Range With a Solo Exhibition in L.A.
A New Exhibition Explores the Omnipresence of Black Grief
The Joyful Japanese Art of Making Mud Balls
From John Giorno’s Dial-a-Poem to Callin’ Oates, Amusing Hotlines to Ring
An Unsettling Sound Installation Blasts Cold, Hard Facts Into Downtown San Jose
The Story Behind Lewis Miller’s Unforgettable #FlowerFlash Installations
On Manhattan’s High Line, Experimentation Leads to a Whirling, Whizzing, Whooshing Sculpture
A Renaissance of Artful Puzzle-Making
This Art World Digital Strategist Embraces Clubhouse, Memes, and Catalogues Raisonnés
Marfa’s Culinary Culture, in a New Cookbook
This New Platform Makes Fiction Pulled From Real-News Headlines
At the ICA Philadelphia, Sissel Tolaas Presents Smell as a Poetic Provocation
Jewelry Designer Monique Péan Creates a Feat of Meteoric Proportions, Literally
Design Miami’s Curatorial Director Sees Art Fairs as Powerful Platforms for Cultural Exchange
The Obscure Familiarity of Eric Oglander’s Found-Object Sculptures
What We’re Watching on the Criterion Collection’s New Streaming Service
Remembering Daniel Brush and His Immaculate, Otherworldly Objects, Paintings, and Jewelry
The Japanese Artist Who Launched Flowers Into Outer Space
Chen Chen and Kai Williams on Playing With Food
Calm Your Nerves With This Free-to-Download Quarantine Coloring Book
The Scentless Eternal Flowers Made by Japanese Artist Makoto Azuma
Botanical Artist Lara Call Gastinger on Seeing Scents
Andrew Zuckerman’s Exquisite Pictures of the Natural World, Newly Editioned
Chef Mina Stone’s Healthy Olive Oil Obsession
The Crinkled Paper Lanterns of Bradley Bowers, a Magician of Materials
How Folie à Plusieurs Uses Scent to Amplify Emotional Encounters with Art
Our New At a Distance Podcast Takes a Good Look at the Big Picture
Marco Fusinato’s Ear-Piercing Endurance Performance at the Venice Biennale
The Cooper-Hewitt’s Exhibition on Willi Smith Is a Must-See
Apartamento Magazine’s Omar Sosa Explores Comfort With a Friedman Benda Show
Montana’s Tippet Rise Art Center Goes on Tour With a Four-Day Virtual Classical Music Festival
Azzedine Alaïa’s Ruminations on the Value of Taking Time
In Brooklyn, a Creative Campus Designed to Slow Artists and Visitors Down
How Tom van Puyvelde Transformed a Berlin Bathhouse Into an Office Rooted in History and Place
This Digital Tool Kit Reveals How Art Benefits Our Brains
“Olfactory Labyrinths” That Zero In on the Remarkable Act of Smelling
An Offbeat Exhibition in Madrid Puts the Focus on Curators
In Venice, “CodeX” Offers an Optimistic Take on the Future of Art and Technology
Spencer Bailey on Memorials, Abstraction, and the Act of Unforgetting
How Mushrooms Have Proliferated as a Material for Art-Making
A Potent Anicka Yi Exhibition in Italy Features Bacteria, Artificial Intelligence, and Dried Shrimp
Artist-Baker Lexie Smith on the Beauty, Craft, and Politics of Bread
Cook These Recipes While Supporting New York City Restaurants
Elizabeth Dee on Rethinking the Canon of 20th-Century Art
The Alluring Art of Origami Folding
In Manhattan’s Chinatown, a Gallery Invites Visitors to Sniff Its Art
MoMA Curator Paola Antonelli on Pandemics and Protests
The Colorful History of the Eliot Noyes House, Explained by Abby Bangser
With His “Open Objects,” Jonathan Muecke Wants You to Think About Space
The Genius of Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still
An Exhibition Ponders Technology’s Grip on Human “Reality”
Neri Oxman’s “Material Ecology” Gets the MoMA Spotlight
Marlène Huissoud Crafts a Provocative Chair for Insects
How Illycaffè Uses Art to Enhance the Coffee-Drinking Experience
Yolande Batteau’s Latest Body of Work Reflects a Passionate Personal Investigation of Materials and Self
Amy Helm’s Traveling Curbside Pickup Band Brings Live Music to Your Doorstep
Kevin Beasley’s First Live Outdoor Performance Examines the Everyday Cacophony of a New York City Intersection
Shantell Martin’s Debut Book Follows the Line of Her Life and Workπ
Damien Hirst Presents an Evocative Forest of Cherry Blossoms at Paris’s Fondation Cartier
Artist Anicka Yi Mines Biology and Technology to Craft a Line of Perfumes
What Roles Do Our Bodies Play in the Creative Process?
At Portugal’s Serralves Museum, Mushrooms Are Works of Art
The Artist Plate Project’s Limited-Edition Dishes Serve Homeless New Yorkers
A New Book Captures the Magnificent Breadth and Melancholic Beauty of Alec Soth’s Photography
In Detroit, McArthur Binion and Henry Threadgill Salute Their Decades-Long Friendship Through Song
A New Bauhaus Museum Worthy of Its Lineage
Derrick Adams’s Evocative “Beauty Works” Series
The New Book “Designers Against Coronavirus” Is a Powerhouse of Positivity
Alex Tatarsky on Art as a Means to Live Out the Absurd
For Rebecca van Bergen, Craft Is a Means to Change the World
Helen Molesworth on the “Radical Women” Featured in the Getty’s New Podcast
Devon Turnbull on Building His Cultish Handcrafted Speakers
Entriken’s Katherine Carothers on Creating Beautiful Flower Arrangements at Home
Artist Teresita Fernández’s “Archipelago-Like Existence”
Nature’s Functional Forms, Billions of Years in the Making
A Digital Art Museum for the Time of Covid-19
In London, an Exhibition Seeks to Deepen Our Understanding of Interspecies Connection
Mathieu Lehanneur’s Ethereal Objects at the Salon Art + Design Fair
A Fictional World Created by Toyin Ojih Odutola Calls Into Question Real-Life Systems of Power and Gender
In Her New Book, a Comedienne Explains the Mansplainers of the World
Antwaun Sargent’s New Tome to Black Image-Making in Fashion Today
How Artist and Designer María Elena Pombo Is Sowing Seeds for Change
At the Armory Show, an Exhibition Where Artists Share Visions of the Future
Black Mountain College Is About to Come to a Screen Near You
New York Inmates and the Ladd Brothers Want You to Think About Prison
These Radical Textiles Grew Out of Focused, Open-Minded Attention
These Photographs Bring Van Cleef & Arpels’s Floral Jewelry Into Full Bloom
The Noguchi Museum’s Ginormous Online Archive, at Your Fingertips
Try These Energizing Art Lessons from the Studio Museum of Harlem
Olafur Elaisson’s Latest Exhibition Offers a Hopeful Vision of the Future
This Public Audio Installation Helps Listeners Take the Long View on Life
Julian Watts Heeds the Call of the Wild
In Wisconsin, an Exhibition of Analog Art Shaped by Digital Themes
Rashid Johnson Wants You to Speak Your Mind
Esther Choi’s Edible Homages to Le Corbusier, Agnes Martin, and Others
José Parlá’s Cuban Summer Playlist
As Art Basel Turns 20, Miami Art Week Enters a New, Slightly Less Hyped-Up Dawn
The Ingenious Creations of an Instagram Club of Basketmakers
Emergence Magazine Is at the Top of Our Reading List
Sound Is at the Core of Musician-Turned-Ceramicist Kansai Noguchi’s Vases and Vessels
David Chipperfield Sets a New Stage for Mies van der Rohe’s Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin
A Tokyo Design Studio Makes Crayons Out of Wood from Japan’s Overabundant Forests
Theaster Gates’s New Exhibition Poetically Prods the Meaning of a Museum
A New Book Examines the Enduring Relevance of Kintsugi as Metaphor
A Sound Artist Exposes the Complex Relationship Between Deaf and Hearing Cultures
These Virtual Exhibitions Draw on the Real-Life Health Benefits of Art
How Serendipity Helps Omer Arbel Materialize the Unseen
These Compact Analog Instruments Pack a Punch
ArtReview’s Podcast Collages Audio Out of Artists’ Life and Work
In Aspen, an Exhibition Meditates on “Mountain Time”
A New Cartoon Uses Art to Teach Kids How to Confront Life’s Challenges
Four Do-Not-Miss Highlights at This Year’s Design Miami Fair
Food Artist Laila Gohar Simply Can’t Get Enough of Beans
vanessa german’s Collaged Sculptures Are Ornate Icons of Healing and Protection