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Brendan Fernandes on the afterlives of dance performances that breathe new meanings into sculptures

The artist’s new book—the seventh in his career—chronicles his recent dance and sculpture-based projects at the Noguchi Museum, the Graham Foundation and the Whitney

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Art history as a sitcom: Jayson Musson serves up satire and nostalgia in Philadelphia exhibition

The main film in Musson's Fabric Workshop and Museum exhibition explains art to a cynical puppet, with inspiration from classic PBS children’s programmes and Joseph Beuys

Some of the must-see exhibitions during Upstate Art Weekend in New York

The third annual iteration of the Hudson Valley arts festival features its biggest roster yet, with nearly 150 events and exhibitions

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of David Wojnarowicz’s death

The pioneering American artist left behind a legacy of art as a form of gay rights activism; today, with regressive reproductive laws and the Monkeypox vaccine crisis affecting the queer community, his work proves its timelessness

The plight of women artists impacted by the Russian invasion explored in New York exhibition

The show at Fridman Gallery features the work of artists who have faced emotional and logistical difficulties due to war

Enriquillo Amiama, the Dominican Republic’s star painter, celebrated with retrospective in the nation’s capital

The exhibition at Santo Domingo’s Museo de Arte Moderno chronicles the trajectory of an ambitious painter

Photographer Naima Green eulogises various forms of water and skin in New York exhibition

The artist’s powerful new body of work continues her exploration of queerness today

Chelsea Calling: this summer’s group shows remind the reign of gallery district

Blue chip galleries in New York’s original art district have put on their best shows with ambitious checklists and pairings

South Australia’s Aboriginal arts community makes New York debut

Iwantja Arts sits in the heart of the outback, while its members use art to connect with one another and the rest of the world

'Joy as a form of resistance': artists Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca capture the rituals of five Brazilian communities at the New Museum

“We make portraits of a given group in a given time and place,” the duo says about their videos of communities that connect through a form of performance on the peripheries of Brazilian life

An immersive exhibition celebrates the Dominican Republic’s forgotten Surrealist in his hometown

Ivan Tovar, who created a singular oeuvre in Paris and Santo Domingo throughout the 20th century, is finally receiving public and commercial recognition

Exhibition at New York's Drawing Center explores the ‘freedom to ornament’

Nearly 200 works from various civilisations, cultures and histories chronicle shifting approaches to beautification and the complex language of patterns

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston selling NFTs of rarely-exhibited French Impressionist pastels to raise funds for conservation

The museum, which holds the largest French Impressionist collection outside of France, will use proceeds from sales of around 2,000 NFTs to conserve two Degas paintings

Rediscovered Sebastiano Ricci painting to be unveiled at Tefaf Maastricht

The work’s last public appearance was on 10 March 1838 in a Christie’s London sale. “It’s like a 300-year-old brand new painting,” says dealer Christopher Bishop.

The show must go on: how artists and curators battled with global crises to reach the Venice Biennale

The pandemic, immigration problems and the fall out of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine led to chaos for organisers of the world's leading art exhibition

Frieze kicks off a busy week of fairs around New York City

Beyond the main fair at The Shed, this week marks the return of Volta New York, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair and AIPAD's The Photography Show

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New York Art Week kicks off a busy spring of fairs, auctions and more

The new week-long alignment starts the spring art season with a bang, including the returns of the Independent, Nada New York, Tefaf New York and the Future Art Fair

New York is rich in Arte Povera, from Pier Paolo Calzolari’s pandemic-era works to Piero Gilardi’s nature-inspired carpets

Two years after the death of art critic Germano Celant, who first coined the movement’s name, Arte Povera is making splashes in the city and beyond

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Pandemic prompts New York artists to leave the city in search of more affordable space

Tara Donovan, GaHee Park and artist-owners of Brooklyn's Elijah Wheat Showroom are among those who are leaving in pursuit of nature

With new Chelsea space, Nara Roesler expands Brazilian presence in New York

Gallery moves from Upper East Side to larger Chelsea space and will launch residency program to promote Brazilian curators in the US

Bubbling pools and animatronic snakes in Pierre Huyghe's Okayama Art Summit

Second edition of the Japanese triennial includes works by 18 artists that interact and overlap with each other

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On the Road to Marfa with Elmgreen and Dragset

The duo recently visited their Prada Marfa installation for the first time since the work’s unveiling in 2005—and we joined them on the road trip

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A reflective journey: Doug Aitken’s hot-air balloon touches down in the Berkshires

The final stop of the artist’s unpredictable tour across Massachusetts included a few final tethered flights and a live concert at a historic home

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An art critic’s journey through Upstate New York

The Hudson Valley’s blend of cultural and natural appeal helped a writer celebrate his mid-30s

St Louis’s Counterpublic triennial tests the limits of local engagement

In its first iteration, the exhibition paired artists with local storefronts far from the city’s major cultural districts

Dealers take a stand against transphobia at Miami's fairs

Exhibitors at Art Basel in Miami Beach and beyond respond to comments by President Trump with a wide range of queer art

College gallery closes exhibition after complaints about ‘false flag’ work

The artist, Daniel Bejar, sees the early dismantling of his show in Westchester as an example of institutional censorship