On the eve of a new exhibition just north of New York City, the nonagenarian contemporary-art icon talked with ‘Introspective’ about his long and ongoing career, the development of his signature style and his rather malleable definition of realism.
Israeli-born, New York City-based Ghiora Aharoni combines different disciplines and influences in his creations for a highly discriminating clientele.
Less well-known than his Old Master brethren, the Spanish artist Francisco de Zurbarán is the subject of a new show at New York City's Frick Collection.
The famed 20th-century artist's life story proves as moving and colorful as his most seminal works.
The artists, who happen to be identical twins, are building otherworldly sculptures and furniture with the help of a rock-climbing community.
As a stylist, Kate Schelter had to be up on the latest trends. Now, she's embracing her authentic style and helping others do the same.
Works by masters of the genre, including Richard Estes and Chuck Close, get long overdue attention in a new exhibition at the Hamptons' Parrish Art Museum.
The Pop Surrealist artist has collaborated with American Ballet Theater to imagine a disturbingly fantastical world of candy and pastries for choreographer Alexei Ratmansky's new Whipped Cream. The designs are now on view at New York City's Paul Kasmin Gallery and Metropolitan Opera House.
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