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 ›
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The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach has revealed plans to unveil its new, expanded building to the public this winter, as well as three high-profile exhibitions.
Yesterday, the Richard Diebenkorn Foundation and Yale University Press announced the release date of the long-awaited collection, “Richard Diebenkorn: The Catalogue Raisonné.” The… More ›
The London- and Berlin-based gallery Blain|Southern has announced that French conceptual artist Bernar Venet has joined its roster.
Dartmouth University has announced that Los Angeles-based artist Enrique Martínez Celaya will be the school’s Roth Distinguished Visiting Scholar for 2016-17.
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation has announced the 10 recipients of its 2016 “Artist as Activist” Fellowships, a two-year grant supporting artists and collectives whose work addresses… More ›
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, New York has appointed Chris Seifert to be its new Deputy Director, effective July 1.
This morning, Frieze revealed the full list of artists, galleries, and curators participating in 2016’s Frieze London, Frieze Projects, and Frieze Masters fairs, all set to take place October 6… More ›
Culture Lab Detroit has announced its 2016 program. Founded in 2013 by Jane Schulak, the organization brings Detroit into conversation with the international art, architecture, and design communities… More ›
The legendary photographer and New York icon, Bill Cunningham, died today at age 87.
The Artist Pension Trust (APT) has announced its first financial distributions to artists. Among the recipients are more than 400 artists in New York and LA, who will get between $200 to $1,700.
Sotheby’s announced today that Benjamin Doller has been appointed to join Lisa Dennison and George Wachter as one of its three chairmen of Sotheby’s Americas. He begins immediately…. More ›
After reaching soap-operatic heights, the legal debacle involving L.A.-based collector Stefan Simchowitz, Dublin dealer Ellis King, and Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama was reportedly resolved in May…. More ›
Earlier today, 30 minutes of perhaps the most famous unseen film of all time, Jerry Lewis’ “The Day the Clown Cried,” was mysteriously uploaded to the Internet, reports Screen Crush. For those… More ›
ARTA, a fine art shipping startup based in New York, has raised $1 million in capital from a group of institutional and strategic investors, the company has announced.
The Children’s Museum of the Arts in New York announced today that Mickalene Thomas will join its board of directors as its 22nd member.
A stolen white gold Patek Philippe watch has been recovered by the Art Loss Register, according to a news release.
Jeffrey Deitch has announced that it will host a traveling exhibition of Walter Robinson’s work in New York this fall.
The Smithsonian, in Washington, DC, and London’s Victoria and Albert Museum have announced plans to jointly create a permanent exhibition space in London.
The artist Liza Lou is now represented by Lehmann Maupin, the gallery announced today in a press release.
Creative Time, in collaboration with the Brooklyn Navy Yard, has announced that Duke Riley’s “Fly by Night” will be extended an extra week, through the weekend of June 19, adding three final… More ›
Nick Korniloff announced Monday day that he will launch a new fair in Palm Beach.
Tunga Antônio José de Barros de Carvalho e Mello Mourão — known to most simply as Tunga — passed away on Monday after a battle with throat cancer. He was 64.
The New York York Academy of Art has added four new big-name trustees to its board: Christina DiDonna, co-owner of DiDonna gallery, and founder of the art advisory firm Floyd Contemporary; Alexander… More ›