Julian Schnabel, now 65, has a lot going on. We caught up with him on a recent afternoon at home — and at Pace, for his first show there in 15 years….
Mary Stephenson tackles real-life singledom with a playful approach to relationships….
A new show of Kay Kurt’s work includes many of the huge, painstaking canvases of Jujubes, licorice and pastilles she’s spent the last 49 years making….
Emil Lukas’s aluminum “Tubes” look like kinetic sculptures — but they’re informed by the play with perspective that has inspired painters for centuries….
Some of the 6-by-12-foot pieces in Mark Wallinger’s “ID,” on view at Hauser & Wirth, functioned therapeutically for the artist….
The painter Sandro Kopp presents “FeedbackLoop,” an exhibition consisting of portraits he created over video chat….