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.
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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 ›
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 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.
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 ›
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).
Amy Qin’s New York Times reporting from Art Basel Hong Kong is surprisingly understated, painting a picture of a “muted” and “less-frenzied” fair than in the past. But… More ›
Federal officials confiscated a looted artifact Tuesday that was en route to New York’s Asia Week, a coordinated series of sales by auction houses and dealers. The recovery of the 2nd-century… More ›
The management team behind a 1999 turnaround of the Freeman’s auction house is buying a controlling stake in the business from the family that ran it for two centuries, the firm announced in a… More ›
The preliminary list of exhibitors for the Seattle Art Fair’s sophomore outing has been released, and it features one notable absence: Gagosian Gallery, a marquee participant in the… More ›
The $25 million suit brought by Domenico and Eleanore De Sole against the Knoedler & Company gallery over a fake Rothko was settled Wednesday morning, ending the high profile trial in its third… More ›
A tuft of John Lennon’s hair, snipped 50 years ago for his role in the film “How I Won the War,” is for sale at an online auction, currently with a high bid of $12,000. The four-inch long —… More ›
Everyone’s a curator! Especially so at the Spring/Break Art Show, New York’s “curator-driven” art fair, which will return to the city in March for its fifth annual iteration…. More ›
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has acquired Frida Kahlo’s “Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia),” 1928, the institution announced this week. The portrait of two women against a… More ›
At the center of the art forgery trial against Knoedler & Company is a simple question (and one others have already pointed out): Did the 165-year-old gallery know that the paintings it sold —… More ›