Glenn Adamson

New work on view at Lévy Gorvy proves that the artist, nearing 90, is at the top of his game

By Glenn Adamson

A new gallery, dieFirma, opens in Cooper Square, New York, with an important presentation of an overlooked artist whose work spanned furniture to flowers

By Glenn Adamson

At The Bass, Miami, the 85-year-old fibre art pioneer continues to push the boundaries of her medium

By Glenn Adamson

The controversial addition to Manhattan’s west side is emblematic of the triumph of digital spectacle over real experience

By Glenn Adamson

Has the great designer lost sight of what it means to make things that matter?

By Glenn Adamson

The New York department store honours a longstanding relationship between contemporary art and window dressing

By Glenn Adamson

Ahead of his first solo in the UK, why the late California-based sculptor’s material sensibility and countercultural ideals deserve reappraisal

By Glenn Adamson

Alongside a centuries-old collection of Old Masters, Delftware and Chinoiserie, the Devonshires continue to commission contemporary art 

By Glenn Adamson

The artist shows a muscular blend of figuration and abstraction at Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, and Philadelphia Fabric Workshop and Museum

By Glenn Adamson

A distinctively American artist who, along with four neighbourhood contemporaries, changed the course of US painting forever

By Glenn Adamson

With ‘David Bowie Is’ at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Glenn Adamson on the evolution of the music video – a genre Bowie ‘essentially invented’

By Glenn Adamson
Tiffany and Co., Sterling Silver Paper Cup, 2017, from the ‘Everyday Objects’ collection. Courtesy: Tiffany and Co., New York

Tiffany & Co.’s new range of gift objects and the shifting meaning of the ‘everyday’

By Glenn Adamson