“Sorry, no Trump here, just another run-of-the-mill summer group show,” wrote CANADA’s Phil Grauer when I inquired for more information on their upcoming exhibition, “Make… More ›
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As news breaks today of yet another shooting in the US, this time on the campus of UCLA, it may be a fitting time to heed artist Lin Evola’s appeal to residents and police officials in the… More ›
Here’s a project we’d love to see realized: The artist, filmmaker, and activist Vincent Gagliostro has enlisted actor Alan Cumming to star in his upcoming feature film “After… More ›
Franklin Sirmans is swiftly making his mark on the Pérez Art Museum Miami. It’s been only six months since the former Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator took the top job at the Florida… More ›
The FotoFocus Biennial, first launched in 2012, is a month-long photography festival set across the greater Cincinnati area in museums, galleries, universities, and community organizations. This… More ›
Are screens the canvases of the 21st century? The digital art company Electric Objects is banking on it with its high-definition display that can be mounted on the wall like a picture frame and… More ›
Last weekend the artists of the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program opened their doors for open studios.
I have a feeling Luc Tuymans must be pissed. Or maybe the Belgian painter — whose characteristically bleached-out, glowing canvases currently fill one half of David Zwirner’s West 19th Street… More ›
Slovenian artist Jaša, who collaborated recently with the German artist Ulay, announced new performances at Brooklyn’s Kustera Projects this month.
Scott Diament, an entrepreneur and CEO of the production company Palm Beach Show Group, has purchased the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show. Diament plans to run next year’s show concurrently with… More ›
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.
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›