Jason Koza's artwork.


Morning Links: Wu-Tang Clan Fan Edition

QUESTIONS OF MONEYA Wu-Tang Clan fan recently discovered that his artwork appeared in the band’s recent album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which was sold for $2 million to Martin Shkreli with exclusive listening rights. The fan is now suing … Read More

News The Knoedler Affair

Judge Abruptly Calls Recess Right Before Ann Freedman’s Testimony In Knoedler Trial

On Tuesday, after a lunch break at Domenico and Eleanore De Sole’s trial against the Knoedler gallery in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, the room was packed with onlookers in preparation for the testimony of Michael Hammer, Knoedler’s owner, and … Read More

Market News

Here Are the Artist and Exhibitor Lists for the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair in New York

The 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair announced the artist list today for its second edition in New York, which will once again be held at Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn, from May 6 through May 8, overlapping with Frieze … Read More

Doug Wheeler, 'Encasements,' 2016, installation view. ©2016 DOUG WHEELER

Beginning to See the Light: Doug Wheeler on His Immaculate ‘Encasements’ at David Zwirner

It’s been ages since Doug Wheeler saw the five light-emitting installation works in his current show at David Zwirner in New York. These pieces with subdued palettes belong to his “Encasements” series, which Wheeler executed almost 50 years ago. Their … Read More

Pictures at an Exhibition
Juanita McNeely, From the Black Space II, 1977, oil on canvas, installation view. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND MITCHELL ALGUS GALLERY

Juanita McNeely at Mitchell Algus, Selected by Joshua Abelow

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. This week’s shows are selected by Joshua Abelow Read More

Laura Poitras, ANARCHIST: Israeli Drone Feed (Intercepted February 24, 2009), 2016. COURTESY THE ARTIST

A Tsunami of Data: Laura Poitras, Trevor Paglen, Hito Steyerl, and More Discuss Surveillance Technology at the Whitney

On Saturday afternoon, at the Whitney Museum in New York, Laura Poitras had a warning for her audience: “If there’s anyone in the room who has intelligence, who has clearance, you’re going to be seeing classified information as part of … Read More

News The Talent

Yale Taps Marta Kuzma to Be Dean of Art School, Taking the Place of Robert Storr

Curator will be the first woman to hold the position Read More

Christer Strömholm, Untitled, 1964, vintage gelatin silver print mounted to Masonite. ©CHRISTER STRÖMHOLM/COURTESY PACE/MACGILL GALLERY, NEW YORK AND GRUNDEMARK NILSSON GALLERY, BERLIN AND STOCKHOLM

Christer Ströholm at Pace/MacGill

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Morning Links: Art Brussels Edtion

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Market News
The space under the High Line that will host Lisson Gallery New York. COURTESY LISSON GALLERY

Lisson Gallery Reveals May Opening Date, Programming for First New York Space

Nearly two years after first announcing plans to open a gallery space in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood—right under the world-famous High Line—the London-based Lisson Gallery revealed an opening date, the architectural renderings, and the space’s programming for 2016 at a press … Read More

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An installation view of works by Julia Wachtel from her 2015 show at Elizabeth Dee's Chelsea location.COURTESY ELIZABETH DEE

Elizabeth Dee Gallery to Leave Chelsea for Two-Story Harlem Space

Chelsea’s Elizabeth Dee Gallery is moving north to Harlem, the New York Times reported earlier today. Having operated from its modestly sized West 20th Street location for the past 15 years, Elizabeth Dee Gallery will soon occupy a much larger two-story … Read More

Pictures at an Exhibition
Calvin Marcus, Automatic Drawing #16, 2015, oil crayon and Flashe on gessoed linen. LEE THOMPSON/COURTESY DAVID KORDANSKY GALLERY, LOS ANGELES

‘Calvin Marcus: Malvin Carcus’ at David Kordansky, Selected by Joshua Abelow

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. This week’s shows are selected by Joshua Abelow Read More

Pictures at an Exhibition

Joshua Abelow Selects ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’

Last year, we began asking artists to select a week’s worth of exhibitions for our daily “Pictures at an Exhibition” section, which highlights noteworthy shows at museums and galleries around the world. The first artists to take the helm were Hank … Read More

News The Talent
Philadelphia Art Museum.


Philadelphia Museum of Art Announces Three Staff Appointments

Change is afoot at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with news of three staff changes. Two are promotions and one is a new hire.Alexandra Kirtley, previously associate curator of American decorative arts, has been promoted to curator. Jennifer Thompson, associate curator of European … Read More