For the Met’s Cantor Roof Garden, the Mexican artist Héctor Zamora has been selected to put in certainly one of his sculptures, “Lattice Detour,” made from terra cotta bricks. Francesco Polenghi, a painter whose uncommon life course meant that his public career as an artist began solely when he was in his late sixties, has died in his hometown of Milan, Italy, at the age of eighty-four, a victim of the Covid-19 pandemic. Exiled Kurdish artist Zehra Doğan, who spent nearly three years in a Turkish jail for sharing her artwork depicting Turkish ruins on social media, has been named the winner of the inaugural Carol Rama Award. Berlin’s long, long-awaited Humboldt Forum, which has been under building for almost a decade, will livestream views of its rooms and exhibitions beginning at 7 p.m. The establishment had been anticipated to begin its phased public opening on December 17, however these plans had been scuttled owing to lockdown restrictions put in place by the German government via December 22.