Author Archives: Andy Battaglia

Frieze New York 2018

Whose Lines Are They Anyway? François Morellet Takes a Star Turn at Frieze


As the Shed Finds Its Form, Director Alex Poots Discusses a ‘Prelude’—and Predictions—for Performance in New York


Like a Cow Flies Over a Church: Pioneer Works Pays Tribute to Werner Herzog in Brooklyn

News The Talent

Ellen Salpeter Steps Down as Director of ICA Miami

Acquisitions News

Norton Museum in West Palm Beach Receives Momentous Gift Before Re-Opening in 2019

Market News

After London Show, Pace to Exhibit Jean Dubuffet ‘Theaters of Memory’ Paintings in New York

lives News

Cecil Taylor, Jazz Luminary and Poetic Soul, Dies at 89

Acquisitions News

‘Einstein on the Beach’ Manuscript Goes to the Morgan Library in New York

News The Talent

Creative Time Names Justine Ludwig from Dallas Contemporary as Director

Artists ,

Every and All: Fred Moten’s Oneness as a Poet, Theorist, and Artistic Muse

News Reviews

At the Kitchen, Moor Mother Haunts Ghosts from the Future


Charline von Heyl Painting Survey to Travel from Germany to Washington, D.C.

News The Talent

Smithsonian Appoints Curator and Archivist for African-American Art

2018 Armory Show

Vapor Wave: A Work by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer Makes Faces at the Armory Show