Held every two years, the Venice Biennale is the oldest and one of the largest contemporary art exhibitions in the world. This year's biennial, "Making Worlds," is the 53rd exhibition.
Jeffery Brown's profile of Mya Lin from Tuesday's program will be posted in Art Beat soon. Below are two extended interviews with Lin.
"Tangled Alphabets," on display now at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, is a dual retrospective of Argentine Leon Ferrari and Brazilian Mira Schendel, and the first major exhibition of their work in the United States.
A multimedia artist, jewelry maker, and dancer from Egypt talk about their work and how they incorporate influences from their time in Cairo into their art forms. Jeffrey Brown continues his series on the Kennedy Center's Arabesque arts festival.
For more than 2,000 years an army lay dormant under China's soil until a farmer stumbled upon a clay head while digging a well in 1974. The head belonged to one of an estimated 7,000 terracotta soldiers stationed to protect…
"Spire," a major new work by Andy Goldsworthy in the Presidio of San Francisco, rises like a steeple out of the earth. Overlooking the bay and Alcatraz Island in the distance, "Spire" grabs the attention of joggers, bikers and sightseers…
Sculptor Robert Graham, master of the bronze monument, died Saturday at age 70 following an illness.
The work of Austrian sculptor Franz West is showing in its most comprehensive American survey to date in "Franz West, To Build a House You Start with the Roof: Work 1972 -2008" at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
New York's Museum of Modern Art celebrates forty years of creations by sculptor Richard Serra, who designs and builds large pieces often made of steel. The NewsHour reports on the artists and his large body of work.
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