Posts Categorized: Art
Visitors to this year’s NADA fair in New York, opening tomorrow, might be surprised to discover a publicist selling work by a downtown gallerist, much of it with a wildly modest price tag.
This week sees a slew of fairs in New York (Frieze and NADA the most prominent among them), not to mention a daunting array of gallery shows. But over in North Williamsburg, at the Boiler, SEVEN is… More ›
Perhaps closer to 6 p.m. the sculpture had retained some semblance of nobility, but two hours later — after a mob of Tecate-swilling artist-manqués had put their grubby hands all over it —… More ›
An exhibition of newly acquired works from or relating to the Middle East and North Africa, titled “But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise,” opens today at the Guggenheim in New York, and… More ›
Poet, art writer, and Hilary supporter Eileen Myles has written a post on the Poetry Foundation’s blog — which, among other things, is about getting paid $400 to write the post’s more than… More ›
The Seattle Art Fair has announced the exhibitor list for its second edition, running August 4 through 7, at the Seahawks’s downtown CenturyLink Field. A collaboration between Brooklyn-based Art… More ›
Willem de Kooning’s “East Hampton II” (1968) will be offered by Heritage Auctions as the top lot at its upcoming Modern & Contemporary Art Auction on May 2. The semi-abstract work — oil on… More ›
The May 10 Postwar and Contemporary Art Evening sale at Christie’s will feature work by Ab-Ex heavyweight Clyfford Still. Earlier this month, Christie’s announced that it will also offer… More ›
The Independent fair, a mainstay of the New York art calendar since 2010, launched this year for the first time in Brussels; it’s up through Saturday, April 23.
The film and video program for the 2016 edition of Art Basel in Basel, running June 16-19, has been announced. Pierre Bismuth’s “Where is Rocky ll?”, a playful hybrid-film about the search for… More ›
MIAMI — United States Artists, a major private grantmaking organization, has received close to $20 million from foundations and individual donors to form an operating endowment. The bulk of the… More ›
For our regular series “Line By Line,” we converse with the cartoonists and graphic novelists who are pushing their medium into exciting territory.
Two galleries with a history of a 50-year-old family feud are joining forces this month, permanently. Wally Findlay Galleries has acquired David Findlay Jr. Gallery, with plans to reinstate the… More ›
We know what you’re thinking: first David Lynch, now DIS? But while the shock-haired auteur’s endorsement of Bernie Sanders was little more than a giddy tweet, the seemingly… More ›
The extremely excellent Jack Whitten is now represented internationally by powerhouse Hauser & Wirth (from 2007 to 2015 he worked with Alexander Gray in New York).
Last night, at just past hour eight of Alicia Grullón’s full reenactment of Wendy Davis’s historic 2013 filibuster in the Texas State Senate, the artist was looking tired. She had come to the… More ›
Ahead of its Diller Scofidio + Renfro renovation and expansion, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City is dismantling its architecture and design galleries, as well as its spaces dedicated to… More ›
Here’s an alarming fact: Only 8.5 percent of Wikipedia’s editors are women. And those women make significantly fewer edits — between one and 50 in a lifetime — than their male counterparts,… More ›