Here's a little bit of Upper East Side intrigue: a fancy dealer took it upon herself to double down and sharply increase her profit margin by selling phony paintings and duping the Internal Revenue Service out of millions, federal prosecutors tell us. The wily Glafira Rosales allegedly hid $12.5 mi ... More >>
Bistro musical chairs
Though Beavis and Butt-Head might approve of the New Museum's retrospective
Local visits from two rarely seen choreographers
David WentworthBetsey Johnson's road has been rocky lately; no wonder she wanted a lift. But surfeit financial problems could not dampen the irresistible spirit of her "Le Tour de Betsey" runway show on Monday night, the designer's long-overdue return to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Also, remembering the Tonys, even the forgettable parts
Plus, Bellona serves a visual stew while Lend Me a Tenor lends laughs
Chattering with Emmy winner Leslie Jordan, plus sounding off on Broadway.
Grunge's grimmest cautionary tale rises triumphantly (if uncomfortably) anew
The crooner pens the memoir you sorta maybe were waiting for
Make a change in your life.
'The Incomplete' reveals an art generation amusing itself into obsolescence
Sculptor Louise Nevelson-a quintessential modernist-gets her first major survey in nearly 30 years
Imp of the art-historical perverse
Few living artists have such breathtaking ways of making things
A must-see retrospective celebrates the work of a modernist master
A nervy painter who loves mid-century abstraction and Modernism
Once home to hustlers, drunks, and bohemians, America's slummiest street has turned into a new millionaire's row
Framing an abstract expressionist and comics maestro in the entrance to the subway
John Luther Adams Explores a New Landscape of Pure Harmony
Olerud and Ordóñez: from the Sublime to the Ridiculous
Beyond Style at Fashion Week