We've rounded up some of the best and brightest exhibitions of the new season, in cities from London to Los Angeles, San Francisco to New York, and points in between.
If the Angeleno’s undulating furniture and sculptures resemble dream creations, that’s because they are — and they're now on view at L.A.'s Furth Yashar &.
Using knickknacks found in tourist shops and ethnic stores, the New York artist creates bedazzling works that mimic the body language of human beings.
The South African designer, who works with local craftspeople and unconventional materials, is showing his quirky yet comfy creations in New York.
Influenced by modern life and steeped in social commentary, Straus's landscape paintings make us see our surroundings anew.
A collaborative exhibition at Robert Kuo’s Manhattan showroom features top works from the Los Angeles dealer alongside pieces from his esteemed colleagues Blackman Cruz, Dana John and JF Chen.
Our selection of the season’s best Manhattan exhibitions is full of pleasant surprises, from cut-up dollar bills to precarious furniture sculptures.
A new show of paintings, plus a documentary and memoir written with her son Anderson Cooper, put the nonagenarian icon in the spotlight once again.
The Iranian artist gets a stunning posthumous retrospective inside a 19th-century home in the United Arab Emirates.
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