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Drooping googly eyes and purple gasses abound. Read More Read more here
The painter has shows at the Dan Flavin Institute and Craig F. Starr Gallery. Read More Read more here
Sotheby’s notched a solid postwar and contemporary evening sale in London tonight, pulling in £62.4 million ($79.9 million) and managing to sell all but one of the 41 lots on offer, for a sell-through rate of 95 percent.The haul was up 54 percent … Read Mo
For art-world pilgrims decamping for the summer to Long Island’s East End, Harper Levine, the rare-book dealer with spaces in East Hampton and New York City, and Bill Powers, the founder of Half Gallery, will launch the inaugural edition of … Read More Rea
In its biggest Post-War and Contemporary sale in years, Christie’s sold all but three of its 71 lots on offer en route to a well-calibrated $448.1 million sale in New York Wednesday night, eschewing flashy fireworks in favor of cutting the … Read More Read
The Armory Show opened to VIPs this morning, debuting a rejiggered booth landscape reflecting the vision of its new director, Ben Genocchio. But while the fairgrounds looked markedly spiffier than in years past, restoring a bit of glitz to the … Read More
The New York outpost of Simon Lee Gallery, which opens its inaugural show tonight, is in Tillinghast House, a Queen Anne-style terra cotta building on the Upper East Side that was built for Met trustee William H. Tillinghast in 1882. It seems an … Read Mor
A war of words has broken out between two well-known artists over issues of intellectual property, artistic freedom, and censorship.Brussels-based South African artist Kendell Geers fired the opening salvo on Monday, publishing an open letter on Amateur d’