This spring, the art world goes wild, featuring blockbusting art exhibitions, big-name artists, brand-new concepts and some near-impossible installation challenges. Finally, something with bite.
Wed Feb 20 2008
|Cai Guo-Qiang: Wolves–99, in fact–prowl the Guggenheim thanks to this nature boy’s whacked-out career survey.|
|Marina Rosenfeld: Screw Hannah Montana—real teen music hits the Park Avenue Armory at the Biennial.|
|Olafur Eliasson: Is the room spinning, or is it all over your head? This P.S.1 installation is out to set the mind reeling.|
|Takashi Murakami: High art and commercialism collide in the Superflat originator’s splashy Brooklyn Museum retrospective.|
|Henry Darger: The American Folk Art Museum looks at what inspired the posthumously famous artist.|