Ara H. Merjian

An exhibition at Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, shows the relationship between Portuguese and English Pop Art artists

In ‘Flesh’ at the Jewish Museum, New York, the Lithuanian painter’s visceral still lifes seem eerily prophetic 

Coming of age during the second wave of Italian Futurism, the artist and designers’ mind-boggling experiments in genre and classification

With neo-fascist populism on the rise, two shows in Milan and Florence offer a timely look at a turbulent period in Italian history

Fifty years after its first outing, the artist reprises his legendary Walking Sculpture performance in the US

Piero Gilardi, 'Nature Forever', 2017, installation view. Courtesy: MAXXI, Rome; photograph: Francois Fernandez

MAXXI, Rome, Italy

Courtesy: Collection of Joseph P. Carroll and Dr. Roberta Carroll and Forum Gallery, New York

Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, USA

Marsden Hartley,  Lobster on Black Background, 1940–41, oil on hardboard (masonite), 55 x 71 cm. Courtesy:Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. and The Met Breuer, New York

The Met Breuer, New York, USA

Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, USA

Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland

Alfredo Jaar, Shadows (detail), 2014, video still; original photograph by Koen Wessing, Esteli, Nicaragua, September 1978

Galerie Lelong, New York, USA

Untitled, 1991, wood, beeswax, leather, fabric  and human hair, 34 × 42 × 117 cm

Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA