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David Byrne’s Drawings Reflect on the Absurdities of Life That Connect Us All
An Exhibition at Oxford Highlights the Sensorial Splendor of Books
In Dallas, the First In-Depth Presentation of Nancy Holt’s Audio Works
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
Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists Translate Nature’s Sonic Landscapes Into an Emotive Spectacle
At a Los Angeles Exhibition, “Almost-Dysfunctional” Japanese Pottery That Conveys the Circle of Life
Rem Koolhaas Brings the Country to the City With a Guggenheim Show
At the ICA Philadelphia, Sissel Tolaas Presents Smell as a Poetic Provocation
The Obscure Familiarity of Eric Oglander’s Found-Object Sculptures
Stories of Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated People, Reflected in a Soul-Stirring Album
Embracing Playfulness, an Exhibition Engages in the “Creative Porosity” Between Mexico and the U.S.
Sanford Biggers, a Collective of Artists, and a Museum Interrogate a Problematic Abraham Lincoln Monument
Robert Stadler Has a “Playdate” With Philip Johnson at His Glass House
The Cooper-Hewitt’s Exhibition on Willi Smith Is a Must-See
“Olfactory Labyrinths” That Zero In on the Remarkable Act of Smelling
In Manhattan, an Exhibition Honoring How Black Food Traditions Shaped What America Eats
An Offbeat Exhibition in Madrid Puts the Focus on Curators
In Venice, “CodeX” Offers an Optimistic Take on the Future of Art and Technology
A Potent Anicka Yi Exhibition in Italy Features Bacteria, Artificial Intelligence, and Dried Shrimp
Elizabeth Dee on Rethinking the Canon of 20th-Century Art
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
Yolande Batteau’s Latest Body of Work Reflects a Passionate Personal Investigation of Materials and Self
The Tools and Techniques That Built Japan
At Germany’s Vitra Design Museum, an Exhibition Considers the Promises and Problems of Plastic
By Listening to the Ocean, Jana Winderen Exposes the Vital Role of Sound in Aquatic Life
A Book About Joints Celebrates the Big Ideas Behind Tiny Details
Song and Art at a Synagogue Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
A New Immersive Exhibition Brings Interiors From the Book Goodnight Moon to Life
Willo Perron’s Debut Furniture Show Makes the Case for a “No Coasters” Design Movement
Artist Teresita Fernández’s “Archipelago-Like Existence”
In London, an Exhibition Seeks to Deepen Our Understanding of Interspecies Connection
A Fictional World Created by Toyin Ojih Odutola Calls Into Question Real-Life Systems of Power and Gender
For Designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the Cone Is “Perfect Geometry”
In Milan, This Year’s Pritzker Prize Winner Takes a Victory Lap
At the Armory Show, an Exhibition Where Artists Share Visions of the Future
New York Inmates and the Ladd Brothers Want You to Think About Prison
This Sculpture Wants to Know How the Future Makes You Feel
These Radical Textiles Grew Out of Focused, Open-Minded Attention
These Photographs Bring Van Cleef & Arpels’s Floral Jewelry Into Full Bloom
A Lisson Gallery Exhibition Contemplates the True Meaning of Sculpture
This Soundscape Brings an Age-Old Model of Communal Living to Life
Olafur Elaisson’s Latest Exhibition Offers a Hopeful Vision of the Future
When Scent Meets the Museum, Do We See Art Differently?
Julian Watts Heeds the Call of the Wild
As Art Basel Turns 20, Miami Art Week Enters a New, Slightly Less Hyped-Up Dawn
In Los Angeles, an Exhibition Zeroes In on the Ramen Bowl
Theaster Gates’s New Exhibition Poetically Prods the Meaning of a Museum
A Sound Artist Exposes the Complex Relationship Between Deaf and Hearing Cultures
Visualizing a Family History by Gathering Fractured Pieces of the Past
These Virtual Exhibitions Draw on the Real-Life Health Benefits of Art
Experiencing the Satisfying Sensations of A.S.M.R. in Real Life
Four Do-Not-Miss Highlights at This Year’s Design Miami Fair
vanessa german’s Collaged Sculptures Are Ornate Icons of Healing and Protection
The Cosmovision of the Yanomami People and the Violent Forces That Threaten Them