Maika Pollack

Anders KrisÁr

April 14, 2016

The Swedish sculptor turns raw material into emotional monuments. In this exclusive look at his latest work, the loss of his mother is weighted in gold.

Ebony G. Patterson

March 19, 2016

In her latest New York show, the Jamaican-born artist turns her dazzling, more-is-more approach on the social anxiety around black youth.

Gerhard Richter

December 15, 2015

The artist’s career-long trove of photographs, clippings, and images didn’t just inspire great paintings—it’s a masterpiece in its own right.

Keith Mayerson

November 9, 2015

The prolific new york painter culls the images of the American mind, from its nightmares to its fantasies.


May 18, 2015

For more than four decades, earthwork artist Agnes Denes has used the raw materials of nature to make some of the most stunning, transporting, and environmentally confrontational public works.

Carissa Rodriguez and Ei Arakawa

March 6, 2014

One of the most highly anticipated projects of this year’s Whitney Biennial is the collaboration between Ei Arakawa, the New York-based performance artist with a growing cult following, and Carissa Rodriguez, most familiar as a director of the Lower East Side gallery Reena Spaulings Fine Art.

Ken Okiishi

March 6, 2014

When you face a wall of Ken Okiishi’s new paintings for the Whitney Biennial, you don’t quite know where to look.

LaToya Ruby Frazier

February 27, 2012

Since she was 17, LaToya Ruby Frazier has been taking black-and-white photographs of her family and hometown of Braddock, Pennsylvania.