Pictures at an Exhibition
Miriam Böhm, At On, Equally II, 2015. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND RATIO 3, SAN FRANCISCO

‘Miriam Böhm: At On’ at Ratio 3, San Francisco

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Miriam Böhm:At On” is currently on view at Ratio 3 in San Francisco until April 25, and displays the artist’s first set of sculptural works as well as new photographic … Read More


Books
David Wojnarowicz, Arthur Rimbaud in New York (times square), 1978-79, gelatin-silver print. ©THE ESTATE OF DAVID WOJNAROWICZ/COURTESY P.P.O.W. GALLERY

‘He Would Rage On’: Aperture Reissues David Wojnarowicz’s ‘Brush Fires in the Social Landscape’

In Brush Fires in the Social Landscape, the book of David Wojnarowicz’s photo-based work that was published posthumously in 1994, cameras are passed from artist to artist, artist to critic, critic to librarian. They move between people like AIDS, the disease which … Read More


News
Still from the Theresa Duncan game Chop Suey.

Rhizome Makes Pioneering ’90s Theresa Duncan Games Available Online

Starting today, a trio of interactive games created in the mid-’90s by the late American video game designer, blogger, filmmaker, and critic Theresa Duncan are available to play online via the digital arts organization Rhizome. Spearheaded by Rhizome archivist Dragan … Read More


News
Sally Mann's photo "White Skates" (1990).


COURTESY THE NEW YORK TIMES

‘I Was Blinded By The Controversy’: Sally Mann Publishes An Excerpt From Her Forthcoming Memoir

The New York Times Magazine published an excerpt from photographer Sally Mann’s forthcoming memoir, “Hold Still: A Memoir With Photographs,” which will be out in May. Mann is best known—or is most infamous—for her third collection, “Immediate Family,” which first … Read More


Market News
Robert Rauschenberg.COURTESY PACE GALLERY

Gagosian No Longer Represents Rauschenberg Foundation

The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is leaving Gagosian Gallery, which has represented the late artist’s work since a little after his death in 2008. The New York Times reports that the foundation will now be overseen by three galleries, spread out across the … Read More


price check
Thomas Nozkowski's 22" x 28" Untitled 9-42 (2014). 


COURTESY PACE GALLERY

Price Check: Nozkowski at Pace, Haring at Skarstedt, Gupta at Hauser & Wirth

Price Check is a weekly column that looks into the price of works currently on view at commercial galleries. Have they sold? For how much? Are either or both of these answers shocking compared to the amount the works sold … Read More


News
COURTESY !MEDIENGRUPPE BITNIK'S WEBSITE

Morning Links: ‘Random Darknet Shopper’ Edition

Curator of the yet-to-open West Kowloon museum M+, Tobias Berger, who has worked there for the past four years, will leave in May to become head of the cultural center in Hong Kong’s Central Police Station (CPS). [The Art Newspaper] Democrats introduced two … Read More


News
Alex Bag, still from "Untitled (Fall '95)."COURTESY TEAM GALLERY

Alex Bag Is Holding Open Auditions for an ‘Infinite Jest’-Inspired ‘Sitcom’

Artist Alex Bag is looking for performers for her new project, according to an e-mail from Team Gallery, which represents the artist in New York. The gallery describes the new work as “a scripted sitcom-style show centering around four archetypal … Read More


News
Chris Ofili, No Woman, No Cry, 1998.TATE COLLECTION

Chris Ofili, Björk Included on Time’s 2015 Most Influential list

Earlier today, Time released their annual 100 Most Influential People list, including both the painter Chris Ofili and Björk as art-world representatives within the hundred. Ofili (in the “artists” category) is called a “visionary painter” by the Ghanaian-British architect David Adjaye, … Read More


Artists consumer reports
Edward Shenk.

Consumer Reports: Edward Shenk

Edward Shenk is a New York-based artist from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, working in a variety of media including digital print, sculpture, video, poetry, and publishing. He recently staged an exhibition of “King Of The Hill fan gaze removals” (also a book) … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Los Carpinteros, Tomatoes, 2013, real tomatoes and watercolor splash, porcelain.  JASON WYCHE/©LOS CARPINTEROS/COURTESY SEAN KELLY GALLERY, NEW YORK AND IVORYPRESS, MADRID

Los Carpinteros at Parasol Unit, London

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Los Carpinteros” is currently on view at Parasol Unit in London until May 24. This is the titular Cuban collective’s first major show in a public London institution and … Read More


Artists Dispatches
John Giorno, Space Forgets You, 2015 (left), and Prefer Crying in a Limo to Laughing on a Bus, 2015 (right). COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ELIZABETH DEE GALLERY

Rising from the Bunker: The World Catches Up With John Giorno

On the morning of the last day of winter, the artist and poet John Giorno buzzed open the gate on the ground floor of the hulking Bowery building that he has called home for 49 of his 78 years and … Read More


News
Christie's offices at 20 Rockefeller Plaza in New York.


COURTESY CHRISTIE'S

Morning Links: ‘The Art of More’ Edition

Archaeologists in Florida filed a legal case against the US Department of Transportation regarding a high-speed rail project they say will threaten prehistoric sites of cultural importance: the Old Vero Man site, where human remains dating more than 13,000 years ago … Read More


SP-Arte 2015
Works by Daniel Buren and Mona Hatoum.

On the Top Floor of Sp-Arte, Sandback, Buren, Baloufa Fill Open Space

Oscar Niemeyer’s Bienal Pavilion, which hosts the SP-Arte art fair, has more than a quarter million square feet of space, which meant that the booths of most of the 141 exhibitors at the fair, which ended Sunday, felt remarkably spacious. … Read More