An interview with the mystically inclined artist, who shares the interests of Hilma af Klint and Agnes Pelton.
An exhibition at a Jewish cultural center has plenty of artifacts to delight Trekkies — but it also notes the Jewish origins of the Vulcan salute.
An OMA-designed pavilion at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple was helped along by Eli Broad. It houses Wallis Annenberg’s GenSpace, a center for older people.
The first major museum show of Richard Benson’s photographs reveals his inventive use of the medium.
Shining a spotlight on a painter and illustrator at the nexus of folk art and Modernism. She appeared everywhere, from W.P.A. murals to Life magazine. Then she disappeared.
Without dedicated funding for conservation, many of New York City’s public memorials and artworks are decaying from neglect.
Lovers of Edmund de Waal’s book can get close to that netsuke in a compelling show of objects that endured across a century of violence, discrimination and dispossession.
Want to see new art this weekend? Start with a survey of Ruth Orkin’s photos, including her most famous, “An American Girl in Italy,” at Fotografiska.
A documentary based on a home movie shot by an American in 1938 provides a look at the vibrancy of a Jewish community in Europe just before the Holocaust.
“Better Call Saul” returns, Cecily Strong stars in a one-woman show, and Faith Ringgold gets an overdue retrospective.