Theinhardt Regular
Sheena Wagstaff, the Met?s curator of Modern and contemporary art, brings a global vision to the first exhibition at the Met Breuer. The fate of Richard Lippold?s immense, gravity-defying metal sculpture at Lincoln Center, removed in 2014 for cleaning and restoration, remains uncertain. The complaint, filed in New York State Supreme Court, says that the Nahmad family of art dealers controls the 1918 painting, now in a Swiss warehouse. The family denies it. Fourteen groups received grants of between $5 million and $10 million for capital projects, endowments and programming. Art, architecture and music were altered by the idea that space is not just a void, but an aesthetic force of its own. With gentrification driving artists and galleries out of the Wynwood neighborhood, many are buying property in the predominantly working-class area. How conservators pieced together a once-in-a-lifetime show. Mr. Laffoley, an outsider artist whose work was exhibited at Woodstock, said an extraterrestrial encouraged him to move the universe into the fifth dimension. The Italian painter, who died in 1964, is the subject of two current shows. This show, consisting of more than 70 works, contemplates the future of photography in art.