It’s summer in New York, which means most galleries are closed until September. Some have taken a more extended vacation, and ...
Rebecca Wei is leaving her position as chairman of Christie’s Asia, just eight months after her promotion to the role, and ...
Udo Kittelmann, the closely watched curator who has helmed the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation in Berlin for 12 years, ...
Following last month’s news that the Rene and Veronica di Rosa Foundation in Napa, California, would begin selling off pieces ...
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver is adding a jolt of news to the summer doldrums, revealing today that Nora Burnett ...
In her hotly anticipated new book Hitler’s Last Hostages: Looted Art and the Soul of the Third Reich, Mary M. Lane examines ...
Butter makes everything better, I find myself thinking at least once a day. I love it warm, melting into a thick slice of ...
Elaine Cameron-Weir, Issy Wood, and Sam McKinniss have joined New York gallery JTT, whose multigenerational roster includes ...
“Art En Route” is a column offering a rundown of some of the most notable recent acquisitions, loans, and sales around the ...
In 1969, the artist Takis yanked his work from an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, saying he had not ...
Why does late-19th-century Paris continue to hold such an allure? In 1848, the debris of the revolution soiled the city’s ...
Late last month, Postcommodity, an artist duo based in the American Southwest, gathered on the terrace of the Art Institute ...