Jesse Krimes, whom I’ve written about here, is one of the very few artists in history to have had major museum exhibitions before ever showing in a commercial gallery. But after showing at the… More ›
In tribute to those whose lives were touched by the attack at Ataturk Airport,
They call it a “paper monument for the paperless” — an art project that brings humanity to the refugee crisis created by Islamist terrorist groups in the Middle East. The idea,… More ›
Wafaa Bilal’s “168.01” aims to rebuild Iraq’s culture – through a unique marriage of books, art, performance, and the help of those who share his vision.
Because there aren’t enough art fairs already. Because being the world’s biggest art fair isn’t enough. Because being the most celebrated art fair isn’t enough. Because they… More ›
After a long hiatus, in part the result of other work, in part the result of lengthy battles with my computer, this month will mark the restart of posts to this blog. Stay tuned.
Already the press releases and the headlines are beginning: “Here is what you’ll see at Art Chicago.” “Here is what will be available for sale at Frieze.”
Collector Bert Kreuk responds to Danh Vo’s abusive remarks with a challenge to the artist.
In the Bert Kreuk-Danh Vo case, some things aren’t quite what they seem. Kreuk says he wants to set the record straight – and find a solution that works for all.
The Bert Kreuk vs Danh Vo suit, which was decided (in Kreuk’s favor) on June 24, is nonetheless far from over. Already, Vo and his gallerist and co-defendant, Isabella Bortolozzi (who are rumored… More ›
It takes a unique combination of chutzpah and talent to turn the universal symbol of unity and peace into a message of anti-Semitism and hatred. But perhaps that’s to be expected when a… More ›
Funny thing: When Muslims do it, conservative Americans howl “censorship” and “surrender.” (Note: Link in Dutch.)
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