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An interview with the mystically inclined artist, who shares the interests of Hilma af Klint and Agnes Pelton.

1/5/2022 10:00:11 AM

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.

1/4/2022 8:00:13 AM

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.

1/5/2022 8:14:35 AM

The first major museum show of Richard Benson’s photographs reveals his inventive use of the medium.

12/30/2021 10:35:06 AM

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.

12/31/2021 8:30:30 AM

Without dedicated funding for conservation, many of New York City’s public memorials and artworks are decaying from neglect.

12/29/2021 1:30:30 PM

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.

12/30/2021 11:29:37 PM

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.

1/4/2022 12:05:31 PM

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.

1/5/2022 8:18:01 AM

“Better Call Saul” returns, Cecily Strong stars in a one-woman show, and Faith Ringgold gets an overdue retrospective.

1/4/2022 5:31:29 PM