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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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 ›
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 ›
ArtNet’s Henri Neuendorf has an entertainingly punchy conversation with curator Francesco Bonami, who sounds off on the state of his chosen profession.
Photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia is no stranger to scenes that mix both squalor and glamour, so you think he’d be right at home in the art world.
Naama Tsabar’s sculptural wall pieces installed in Spinello Projects’s booth at NADA look fairly simple. Elegant, certainly, but quiet; made out of thick rectangular slabs of felt with a corner or… More ›
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 ›
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 ›