This September, dozens of art world figures are coming together for a benefit and art auction raising money for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA).
Posts Tagged: Jasper Johns
Writer Robin Cembalest (rcembalest) caught Jerry Saltz clowning around at the preview of MoMA’s “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” show.
VERO BEACH, Florida — “This is going to be class 101. You’re going to have to open your books,” Whitechapel Gallery director Iwona Blazwick announced to visitors on Saturday at the opening… More ›
On Wednesday the artist James Meyer, who served as an assistant at Jasper Johns‘s studio in Connecticut for 27 years, from 1985 to 2012, was arrested at his home for stealing 22 unauthorized… More ›
As if the tax fight over Robert Rauschenberg‘s “Canyon” (1959, below) hadn’t already provided sufficient drama to spice up the Museum of Modern Art‘s presentation of the… More ›
Last week, two Manhattan collectors had a very public spat over a Jasper Johns triptych that they co-own. Collector and MoMA donor Henry Kravis sued fellow art collector (and Met trustee) Donald L…. More ›
To accompany Art+Auction’s crash-course on the ever-growing market for fine art prints, the magazine has tabulated the top auction results for Old Masters, Impressionist and Modern, and… More ›
As we celebrate dear old St. Patrick — that 5th century missionary in whose name countless gallons of beer are colored green and consumed every March 17 — IN THE AIR compiled this preview of an… More ›