Pictures at an Exhibition
"Thomas Kong/John Neff" 2015, installation view. 


‘Thomas Kong/John Neff’ at Night Club Chicago

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Thomas Kong/John Neff” is currently on view at Night Club Gallery in Chicago, showcasing collages by Thomas Kong as well as photographs and objects by John Neff. The … Read More

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015 Market Previews
KOW, Berlin | Film Barbara Hammer, Snow Job: The Media Hysteria of AIDS (still), 1988, film.COURTESY KOW

Preview Art Basel Miami Beach, Part 2

The 2015 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, the last major art fair of the calendar year, opens on Thursday, December 3, with previews beginning Wednesday, December 2. Comprised of nine different sections, the fair will include 267 international galleries … Read More

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Leslie Waddington, Celebrated British Art Dealer, Dies at 81

Leslie Waddington, whose London gallery offered master-class shows of postwar American art, and who was known for championing up-and-coming British artists during the late 1960s, has died at 81. A statement from Stéphane Custot, the co-owner of Waddington Custot Galleries, … Read More


Lifting the Veil: In ‘Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots,’ the Dallas Museum of Art Champions the Master’s Black Paintings

Jackson Pollock’s black paintings are finally getting their time in the limelight. At the Dallas Museum of Art, “Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots,” which is on view through March 20, features 31 of the 50 or so black paintings the artist … Read More

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015 Features
Noah Horowitz photographed on October 23 in New York City. ©KATHERINE MCMAHON

Noah Horowitz, Art Basel’s Newly Minted Macher, Takes His Talents to South Beach

This past September, Noah Horowitz, clean-cut, in his mid-30s, and with a mild professorial mien, arrived on time for our interview at Cookshop, a restaurant in the heart of New York’s Chelsea art district. He unbuttoned his suit jacket, sat … Read More


Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center Announces 10th Anniversary Season

The Watermill Center, a so-called “performance laboratory” founded by avant-garde director Robert Wilson in an abandoned Western Union facility on Long Island, turns ten next year. To celebrate, the center has organized a yearlong schedule of events and programs.Most notably, … Read More

Amy Schumer. 


Morning Links: Amy Schumer Edition

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Frozen, 2010, Mixed Media Installation, Performance, Exhibition view: Kunstverein Braunschweig
Courtesy of The Prada Foundation, Photo: Bernd Borchardt

Andrea Rosen Gallery Now Represents Simon Fujiwara

New York’s Andrea Rosen Gallery announced today that it now represents multidisciplinary artist Simon Fujiwara. Fujiwara held his first one-person exhibition in New York at Andrea Rosen in 2013 and will see his next exhibitions taking place in Tokyo, at the Obayashi Foundation … Read More

Seamus Harahan.


Seamus Harahan Wins the 2015 Jarman Award

Filmmaker Seamus Harahan, who is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has won the 2015 Film London Jarman Award, which was presented at London’s Whitechapel Gallery along with £10,000 (about $15,100) and a commission for Channel 4’s short-form arts show, Random … Read More

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Chimurenga, The Chimurenga Library, A Performa Institute Residency, 2015. Photo by Paula Court, courtesy of Performa.

For Performa 15, Chimurenga Hosted a Radio Station, a Book Market, a Hair Salon, and Quite a Bit More

One afternoon earlier this month, the Cape Town, South Africa–based group Chimurenga, which bills itself as a “multi-tiered programming platform,” settled into the Performa Hub in Tribeca for a short-term residency that proved to be one of the more multifarious projects in this year’s performance-art biennial, Performa 15. First, some … Read More

Artists News
Jesse James Hoffman as Lieutenant Captain Colonel Baby Boy in Body By Body's BDSMozart BODY BY BODY

The Landlord From Hell: Artist Duo Body by Body Tackles Gentrification in New Operatic Performance

All things considered, I enjoy living in New York City. With that said, it can often feel deeply absurd and almost unlivable, like waiting in a perpetual line for some kind of artisanal ramen that you know is never going … Read More

Pictures at an Exhibition
Karl Haendel, "Organic Bedfellow, Feral Othello," 2015, installation view. COURTESY MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, NY

‘Karl Haendel: Organic Bedfellow, Feral Othello’ at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Karl Haendel: Organic Bedfellow, Feral Othello” is on view at Mitchell-Innes & Nash in New York. The exhibition, showcasing new pencil drawings from the Los Angeles–based artist, is … Read More

The Arts Writers Grant Program's logo. COURTESY ARTS WRITERS GRANT PROGRAM

Here Are the 2015 Recipients of Creative Capital Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grants

The Arts Writers Grant Program announced its 2015 recipients on its website this week. Among this year’s winners are New York Times critic Martha Schwendener and novelist Lynne Tillman.Co-supported by Creative Capital and the Andy Warhol Foundation, Arts Writers Grants are … Read More

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015 Market Previews
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York Norman Lewis, Peep of Morning, ca. 1960, oil on paper. ©ESTATE OF NORMAN W. LEWIS/COURTESY MICHAEL ROSENFELD GALLERY LLC, NEW YORK, NY

Preview Art Basel Miami Beach 2015, Part 1

The 2015 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, the last major art fair of the calendar year, opens on Thursday, December 3, with previews beginning Wednesday, December 2. Comprised of nine different sections, the fair will include 267 leading international galleries from 32 … Read More