Author Archives: Andrew Russeth

About Andrew Russeth

Executive Editor of ARTnews
Twitter: @AndrewRusseth
Instagram: @AndrewRusseth

Art of the City

In Office Above Ground Zero, Tiny Cubicle Hosts Contemporary Art Gallery Focused on Monuments and Memory


Art of the City

Looking for Thrilling Public Art in New York City? Head to Your Local Bus Stop—ASAP


News

Richard Prince Portrait Subject Slams Artist’s Instagram Appropriation: ‘Reckless, Embarrassing, and Uninformed’


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Why Remake ‘Salvator Mundi’? Museum Director Talks Canny Copy of $450 M. Work


Art of the City

New York Art Museums and Ice Cream Shops: A Guide to Perfect Pairings


Market News

Chicago’s Closely Watched Shane Campbell Gallery Closes: ‘We’re Retiring’


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Art of the City

Midtown Manhattan Is Hell. But Now It Is Home to Four Essential Artworks—and One Wild Bank


News

Ed Clark, Key Postwar Artist Who Changed the Shape of Abstract Painting, Is Dead at 93


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Van Gogh Museum’s Next Director Will Be Mauritshuis Leader, in Major Move Atop Dutch Museum World


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John Giorno, Storied Artist Who Expanded Poetry’s Possibilities, Is Dead at 82


Art of the City MoMA Expands: A Look Inside Reviews

MoMA’s Expansion and Rehang Are Sumptuous and Smart—Now’s the Time for It to Take Big Chances


News

In New York, Art-Filled Private Spaces Open to the Public for a Limited Time: Picks from Open House New York 2019


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Matthew Wong, Whose Indelible Canvases Charted New Paths for Landscape Painting, Is Dead at 35