Author Archives: Barbara Pollack


News

‘Freedom of Speech Is the Most Important Thing’: Fighting Hong Kong Extradition Legislation, Artists Organize and Art Spaces Shutter


Features ,

Exhibiting Change: When Some of the Best-Attended Exhibitions in Museums Are Protests, Where Do Institutions Go from Here?


Artists Features

Speaking in Code: Artists from Thailand Find International Reach


Artists

‘Not Many People Saw the Work’: Members of 1970s Japanese Avant-Garde Collective GUN on Painting a Snow-Covered Riverbed and Sending Stones to Nixon


Reviews

Reviews

Features The Top 200 Collectors

Wool Gathering: Janine and J. Tomilson Hill’s Dreams for Their Exemplary Collection Overlooking the High Line


News

Ai Weiwei Takes Over Los Angeles


Dispatches

‘Beijing Is Not a Static Place’: A Report from the Chinese Capital’s Gallery Weekend


Collector's Corner The Top 200 Collectors

‘It’s Time for Us to Build’: Collector and Business Magnate Adrian Cheng on His Ambitious Art and Real-Estate Plans


Art Basel Hong Kong 2018 Market News

$35 M. de Kooning Leads Day of Robust Sales at Action-Packed Art Basel Hong Kong Opening


Artists

The Nature of Things: Zhang Enli on His Turn Toward Beguiling Abstraction


Art Basel Miami Beach 2017

The Medium Is Massage: Christian Jankowski Offers Rubdowns in Miami


Art Basel Miami Beach 2017

‘Existentialist in a Bikini’: Artist Dara Friedman on Her Ascendant Life and Work in Miami