This biography of “gallerist” Leo Castelli paints a wonderful portrait of the hurly-burly 20th-century New York art world.
Giant sculptures give character to the landscape.
The genius of Storm King Art Center in Mountainville, N.Y., derives from the interplay between colossal sculptures and expansive terrain.
Yoko Ono’s monument is just the tip of the iceberg on tiny Viðey Island.
Organic materials and outmoded technology throw curveballs at curators.
Public art can generate big revenues and beautify urban areas. Or it can anger residents. How does one measure its success?
The Broad Contemporary Art Museum eschews gift shops and restaurants in favor of dynamic galleries devoted wholly to art.