Maurizio Cattelan’s “Him” has arrived at an unlikely place.
In her synagogue reliefs, Barbara Goodstein saw religion’s capacity to draw people together.
A prominent sculpture has been removed from Milwaukee’s lakefront after a blogger discovered anti-Semitic messages concealed in it. Is there more to the story than meets the eye — or less?
On the final day of his triumphant tour of the U.S., Pope Francis made a surprise stop in Philadelphia to bless a statue created to counter centuries of anti-Semitic imagery in the Catholic church.
Colombian artist Doris Salcedo, whose provocative work is on display at the Guggenheim, confronts ideas of violence, oppression and injustice through her art.
Israeli sculptor Ohad Meromi won a coveted slot to create a public artwork in Long Island City. Some say his audacious ‘The Sunbather’ is a bit off-color.
In 1945, army veteran Jay Moss made his first appearance in this publication. Now, the 91-year-old artist makes his second appearance — this time as a sculptor.
When a 73-year-old man wants to join the Israeli army, there aren’t many options. Retired plastic surgeon Morton Freiman found one: becoming the IDF’s unofficial sculptor.
An art collection amassed by the late movie star Lauren Bacall, including eight sculptures by Henry Moore, will go under the hammer next year in New York, Bonhams auction house said on Friday.
(JTA) — A bronze sculpture of Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990), one of the last century’s towering musical figures, was unveiled last week at Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO).