Market News
Nina Johnson-Milewski. Photo by Gesi Schilling. 

COURTESY GALLERY DIET

Gallery Diet Is Moving Out Of Miami’s Wynwood District

For the past eight years, Gallery Diet has been located in Miami’s art-centric Wynwood District, at 174 Northwest 23rd Street. This November, the gallery will open the doors to its new permanent home at 6315 Northwest 2nd Avenue, a four-building compound … Read More


Artists Books News
Ligon. DAVID SEIDNER

Glenn Ligon Names His Ten Favorite Books, Includes ‘Citizen’ Among Them

Aaron Hicklin has been asking people to name their favorite books in an ongoing T magazine feature, and the series’s most recent installment has the American conceptual artist Glenn Ligon revealing what’s on his bookshelf.Considering Ligon’s interest in race and politics, it’s not … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Richard Estes, Automatr, 1966–68, oil on board.LUC DEMERS/COURTESY A PRIVATE COLLECTION

‘Richard Estes: Painting New York’ at MAD NYC

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday Read More


Artists Retrospective

The New Razzle-Dazzle: El Anatsui on His ‘Gem’-Encrusted Tapestries, in 2008

With five decades of El Anatsui’s work on view at Jack Shainman Gallery’s The School, in upstate New York, we turn back to June 2008, when Barbara Pollack profiled the Ghanaian-born artist for ARTnews. Anatsui, who won the Golden Lion … Read More


Features
Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.JOHN LEWIS MARSHALL/COURTESY RIJKSMUSEUM

Rembrandt and the Buttocks-Baring Dress: The Rijksmuseum’s Risk-Taking Director

“To pull people into the museum, you need tricks,” said Rijksmuseum director Wim Pijbes. “If you feel the need for contemplation, you buy a Rembrandt.” Read More


News
A dirty corner. Photo by Anish Kapoor.

COURTESY THE ARTIST'S INSTAGRAM

Morning Links: @dirty_corner Edition

Must-read stories from around the art world Read More


News
Installation view of 'China: Through the Looking Glass.' ©THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

Met To Remain Open Until Midnight for Final Weekend of ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’

As “China: Through the Looking Glass” comes to the end of its run, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will stay open until midnight, the New York Times reports.The museum will be open three hours later than usual on September 4 and … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Sophie Madeleine Jaillet, Stratigraphy: Intrusion, 2015.COURTESY ART MÛR

‘Fresh Paint/New Construction 2015’ at Art Mûr

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday Read More


News
One of the renderings.  GEHRY PARTNERS

Here Are The Renderings For Frank Gehry’s Proposed $300 M. L.A. Project

Yesterday, Architectural Record reported that Gehry Partners has released the renderings for Los Angeles–based architect Frank Gehry’s proposed $300 million mixed-used development in the heart of L.A.’s Sunset Strip.The renderings show five unique structures spread across a 2.6-acre site, anchored by a plaza, … Read More


News The Talent
Nicole K. Allen White. COURTESY PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART

Nicole K. Allen White Named Director of Government and External Affairs at Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art has announced the appointment of Nicole K. Allen White as director of government and external affairs, effective immediately. In her new position, Allen White will further the museum’s strong relationship with the city of Philadelphia and … Read More


Habitat

Habitat: Cy Gavin

Habitat is a weekly series that visits with artists in their workspaces Read More


Dispatches
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The Power of the Margins: How the Green Gallery Made Milwaukee Famous

In 2004, John Riepenhoff, an artist recently graduated from college in Wisconsin, started the Green Gallery with some help from his brother Joe, in an attic in Milwaukee. The Riepenhoffs were outsiders in a city that is best known for … Read More


News

Morning Links: Takashi Murakami’s Private Collection Edition

Must-read stories from around the art world Read More


Market News

Sotheby’s Will Sell ABBA’s Piano in September

Sotheby’s will sell the piano ABBA used to make many of its hits in the 1970s, the auction house announced today. The Swedish pop group’s piano is one of the world’s finest, the announcement proudly (and not necessarily empirically) states, … Read More