The New York sculptor Elliott Arkin has designed a paddle ball game with Donald Trump’s scowling face printed on the wooden paddle—the rubber ball hits his open mouth—for Gagosian… More ›
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This September, dozens of art world figures are coming together for a benefit and art auction raising money for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA).
Yesterday, Art Basel Miami announced the galleries participating in this year’s fair, the 15th edition of the event.
A new investigative report suggests that Robert “3D” Del Naja, the founding member of the trip-hop band Massive Attack, might be the graffiti artist Banksy.
Independent Art Book Fair (IABF), a new event bringing together artists, galleries, and independent publishers, will host its first edition in New York next month.
Big news from the online auction world today. Auctionata | Paddle8, the company born from two auction startups that joined forces earlier this year, has named a new CEO: Thomas Hesse, a… More ›
This week, the New Museum announced that it will mount a survey of Raymond Pettibon’s work, the artist’s first major museum show in New York. The exhibition, titled “Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of… More ›
Today, the Pérez Art Museum Miami announced that it has hired three new deputy directors to join its executive team: Adrienne Chadwick, deputy director for education; Christina Boomer Vazquez,… More ›
Daniel McDermon talks to Nan Goldin in the New York Times about “The Ballad Of Sexual Dependency,” her slideshow-based personal epic, on view at the Museum of Modern Art through February… More ›
790 acres of the Redwood Forrest are coming to Brooklyn this fall—at a 1:100 scale.
August is here, and with it the annual surge of fall exhibition announcements. However, at least one announcement is slightly different this year.
Yesterday, Galerie Lelong and PPOW announced a major joint exhibition of works by Carolee Schneemann, their first since taking on dual representation of the artist in 2015.
Today, the Elizabeth Dee gallery announced its official relocation to Harlem, along with its inaugural show in the new space.
Pioneer Works, the nonprofit arts center in Red Hook, Brooklyn, has announced its fall 2016 residents in visual arts.
Paula Cooper announced today its first big fall show, a multi-part “sweeping celebration of Sol LeWitt’s prolific career.” Set to open September 8, the exhibition will occupy both of Paula… More ›
In a move that surprised many, Jeff Wall has left Marian Goodman, his gallery of over 25 years, the New York Times reported last week. The influential photographer is now represented by Gagosian,… More ›
The Honolulu Biennial Foundation revealed the details of the first ever edition of its fair yesterday, including the name, dates, theme, and curator of the event.
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 ›
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 ›