Mr. Wrightson, who learned his craft by studying comics and taking correspondence courses, loved to meet fans and attend conventions.
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Galas were held in New York for the Frick Collection, Tibet House US and the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.
The artist Doug Wheeler has built a room in the Guggenheim Museum that evokes the quiet of the desert, where visitors can escape the city’s din.
A retrospective of the artist’s paintings, sculptures, constructions and films at the Met Breuer suggests what art should do in times of political havoc.
Mr. Williamson, whose comics in the 1960s and ’70s reflected his radical politics, included savage caricatures and characters like Snappy Sammy Smoot.
Christophe Coppens, a celebrated milliner for the likes of Rihanna, Grace Jones and Roisin Murphy, directs a Janacek work in Brussels.
Hong Kong has a history steeped in trade — and that serves the lucrative Art Basel brand nicely.
One auction, on March 15, of Chinese art from the Fujita Museum, brought in about $263 million.
The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is one of several museums making changes to engage and educate younger people about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism.
The center in Harlem posted video of what its headquarters may eventually look like, and announced financing efforts under its new board president.
May Stevens’s blend of art and politics, Yuji Agematsu’s orderly detritus, Facundo de Zuviría’s Buenos Aires streetscapes and more.
Galas were held for the Frick Collection, Tibet House US and Diffa.
The architect's only private residence in New York City — once an artists' salon.
“Mummies,” an exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History, uses technology to get a better understanding of ancient Peruvians and Egyptians.
At the fifth edition of Art Basel Hong Kong, contradictions are in the foreground — as in the spectator reaction to lifelike sculptures by Shen Shaomin.
Why is that man wearing a wooden bench? Why does that woman have her head in a lounge chair? Mr. Wurm incorporates people into his sculptures.
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A new documentary from Matt Tyrnauer explores Jane Jacobs’s urban activism.
Faye Toogood and Feit collaborate on the new Artist Shoe.
The Hays Arts Council and other small-town groups have proved nimble in maintaining programs despite inconsistent funding since 2011.
The artist Eduardo Kac and Thomas Pesquet, a Frenchman on the International Space Station, have created art in space.
Explosive feelings, personal and political, are the subject of a strange and wonderful exhibition at the Onassis Cultural Center.
Deceptively unassuming, the architect Philip Johnson’s Rockefeller Guest House is an unspoiled minimalist gem.
Stephen Petronio’s farmhouse is his private museum, with a focus on works from 1950 onward.
Just 30 percent of large art museums have female directors. And they make 75 cents for every dollar earned by male peers.
At home in Copenhagen, the Danish designer Oliver Gustav takes his aesthetic to a moody extreme.
What to look for at this year’s event: new artists, galleries, films and photography.
A white artist’s canvas, based on open-coffin photographs of the 1955 lynching victim, speaks to the images’ power to address race and violence.
As their thousands of followers already know, these floral designers and farmers deliver beautiful blooms daily — to your Instagram feed. All you have to do is follow.