This fall, Museo Jumex in Mexico City, in collaboration with the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA ), will host the first retrospective in Latin America of the Canadian… More ›
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Today, the Outsider Art Fair announced the participating galleries for this year’s Paris edition.
After a nine-year hiatus, the Atlanta Biennial is returning this year. Set to take place from August 27 to December 18, 2016, the exhibition will feature 33 artists from 8 different states across the… More ›
The Dallas Museum of Art announced today that Dr. Agustín Arteaga has been appointed its new director. He will assume his position on September 1 of this year.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg may not be a fan of Donald Trump—a fact she made widely known in a controversial interview with the New York Times earlier this week—but we learned… More ›
Pyotr Pavlensky has had a wild year.
Today, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota announced that it has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in recognition of the institution’s forward-thinking… More ›
The Colliers: Curator, artist, and publisher, Matthew Higgs, takes a photo of photographers Anne Collier and Collier Schorr, who are in a show together this month at at Luma Arles in Arles, France.
A never-before-exhibited masterwork by Peter Paul Rubens, “Lot and His Daughters,” exceeded high expectations when it sold for more than £44 million at Christie’s Old Master & British Paintings… More ›
Gagosian Gallery announced today that it now represents Katharina Grosse.
London’s Victoria and Albert Museum has won the 2016 Art Fund Museum of the Year prize. The annual award recognizes UK-based institutions that, for the previous year, have “shown… More ›
A group of artists are rallying against gun violence as shootings continue to haunt American cities from Newtown to Orlando. Beginning next Monday, July 18, artist Enoc Perez will spearhead a… More ›
Sotheby’s announced on Thursday that Candy Coleman, who has run the Beverly Hills branch of Gagosian Gallery since the year it opened,1995, will move to the auction house this summer as a… More ›
A petition has been created to name the corner of 57th and 5th in Manhattan the “Bill Cunningham Corner.”
Psychologists have shown that people routinely turn to art when they’re feeling blue. But does it actually make you feel better? Yes and no, says a study published last week in the… More ›
The legendary experimental filmmaker, who was the subject of a MoMA retrospective in 2008, passed away at the age of 72.
In addition to the artist Vincent Desiderio, whose painting “Sleep,” from 2008, was the direct inspiration for Kanye West’s video for the song “Famous” that he premiered last… More ›
Kanye West did something last night, and people are talking about it. That’s how it works these days. At an event at Los Angeles’ The Forum yesterday, the artist premiered the music video… More ›
At the age of 24, James Baldwin left America. Buying a one-way ticket, he had no plan toreturn. Being black and gay, there was no way he could make it as a writer back home, despite a few published… More ›
Tate Modern unveiled its new Switch House extension last week, and officially opened to the public Friday, June 17. In its first three days, the museum admitted over 143,000 visitors, a weekend record… More ›
If you happened to be home on Fathers Day morning, drinking coffee and flipping through the channels, you may have come across the strangest thing on television: a segment on CBS Sunday Morning… More ›
The supporters for Sally Berger are starting to speak out. The former Assistant Curator of Film at the Museum of Modern Art was fired by the institution after reportedly removing a documentary… More ›
MoMA PS1 first opened 40 years ago this month, and to celebrate the anniversary, the Long Island City institution has a year’s worth of special events and exhibitions planned, beginning this… More ›
Film London, in association with Channel 4 and Whitechapel Gallery, has announced the nominees for the 2016 Jarman Award.
The rubbery-faced novelist Michel Houellebecq will not let a silly thing like an art exhibition stop him, or anybody else for that matter, from smoking. According to The Art Newspaper, the writer of… More ›