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Berlin’s Mathew Gallery to Open at 47 Canal

This Friday, the Berlin gallery Mathew will open on the second floor of 47 Canal Street, New York, former home to that eponymous gallery (which kept its name, despite opening its new location at 291 Grand Street yesterday). Mathew owner … Read More


Camille Henrot Won the Nam June Paik Award

Camille Henrot has won the 2014 Nam June Paik Award and Manuel Graf has won the Nam June Paik Newcomer Award, both of which were chosen this year by jurists Thomas Y. Levin and Dirk Snauwaert. The award was based … Read More

Open Sesame: Art Events in New York

6 Art Events to Attend In New York City This Week

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 Performance: Peter Jefferies at Issue Project Room Jefferies was the frontman for two important New Zealand punk bands, Nocturnal Projections and This Kind of Punishment. He’s now on his first tour of the U.S. in 20 years … Read More


‘The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Morning Links: Sopranos Edition

After Alcatraz, Ai Weiwei will take over a stately British home, Blenheim Palace. Here are some new details there. [BBC] “Federico Castelluccio — the “Sopranos” star who played Sicilian hitman Furio, and is a serious art collector off-screen — has … Read More



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Kuo with one of his new shirts.

Charlie Don’t Zine: NY Art Book Fair Opens at PS1

“I actually worked for Printed Matter at their very first space on Lispenard Street in 1977, ’76,” Thurston Moore said at last night’s preview of the ninth annual NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, staged by Printed Matter. His … Read More

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A Crawford drawing at Fulton Ryder.COURTESY FULTON RYDER

7 Things to Get Very Excited About at the 2014 NY Art Book Fair

I know I’m sounding like a broken record these days, but I’ll say it again: the NY Art Book Fair, which opened last night and runs through Sunday at MoMA PS1 in Queens, is just the best. The vibe is low-key … Read More

Nicole Eisenman, Untitled, 2012.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND KOENIG & CLINTON

Morning Links: Nicole Eisenman Edition

Japanese artists to serve radioactive soup at Frieze London. [The Independent via Artnet] Here’s an interview with the young collector Maria Bukhtoyarova. [The Wall Street Journal] Two artists will project every word Borges wrote onto the Manhattan Bridge this weekend. … Read More

Spiegelman at Ellis Island


JR Will Publish a Book With Art Spiegelman

Sometime in 2015, the French artist JR will publish a book with legendary comic book artist Art Spiegelman, author of the renowned graphic novel Maus. The book is part of JR’s latest project on Ellis Island, which was the subject … Read More

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Here’s the 2014 Miami Project Exhibitor List

The fourth edition of Miami Project, the Miami art fair that is a sister to Texas Contemporary, Art Market San Francisco, and Art Market Hamptons, returns December 2–7, in Midtown Miami, where it will fill a custom-built tent. A full list of … Read More

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Vija Celmins's Burning Plane, 1965.

Sotheby’s ‘Contemporary Curated’ Sale Nets $28.3 M., Sets Celmins Record

Sotheby’s “Contemporary Curated” sale in New York pulled in $28.3 million yesterday, with a solid 80 percent of lots finding buyers. The result was good enough to beat the presale estimate of $15.8 million to $22.7 million. The high numbers were due in part … Read More


Cincinnati Art Museum Gets $6 M. for New Director

The Cincinnati Art Museum has received a gift of $6 million to endow the institution’s director position, according to The gift comes from the Louise Dieterle Nippert Trust, the eponymous foundation of the longtime arts patron who died in … Read More