Our weekend picks are:
If John Paulson and Tom Brokaw left the Pierre last night with toothpaste and a toothbrush, it wasn’t grand hotel larceny but a goody bag given at the New Visions for Public Schools benefit.
The elegant bodhisattva, robes flowing, drums his fingers against his cheek, contemplating us as we look at him.
Serenely, she looks over her shoulder at us with an assured gaze, a passageway built of faith and true devotion.
Judith Neilson weaves through the lunchtime crowd at the White Rabbit Gallery in Sydney and pauses before what appears to be a large pile of building rubble spread across the floor.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City didn’t breach the terms of its 1878 lease with the city by charging admission fees, a judge ruled, dismissing some claims filed by visitors last year.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has amended its 1878 lease with the city of New York to confirm its discretionary admissions policy.
The naked men and women at the Whitney Museum of American Art gala stood on a platform surrounded by luggage from sponsor Louis Vuitton.