Author Archives: M.H. Miller

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Broad MSU Museum Hires Caitlín Doherty as Curator

Caitlín Doherty has been appointed curator and deputy director of curatorial affairs at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, the museum announced today. Doherty was previously the exhibitions and speaker curator at Virginia Commonwealth University … Read More

2015 Venice Biennale News

Fourteen Artists Tapped for UAE Pavilion at Venice Biennale

Sheikha Hoor bint Sultan Al Qasimi, the president and director of the Sharjah Art Foundation and curator of the United Arab Emirates national pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale, has selected work by 14 Emirati artists to go on view … Read More


Storm King Art Center Is Starting an Artist Residency Program

Storm King Art Center in Upstate New York will start its first-ever residency program in 2015 with the help of The Shandaken Project, which has run a program of its own for artists in the Catskills since 2012. From June … Read More

The cover of Vulnicura.

Björk Is Sick of a Certain Someone’s ‘Apocalyptic Obsessions’

Björk, who will be the subject of a career retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in March, released her new album Vulnicura this week, two months earlier than expected. In a Facebook post announcing the release, the singer called … Read More

Marina Abramović: Misfits for the Table Dinnerware Set.

Marina Abramovic Has a Dinnerware Collection

If you’re wondering what to get that special someone for Valentine’s Day, dearest reader, might I suggest the Marina Abramović dinnerware collection for Bernardaud? No? Come on. Give it a shot, people. Here’s what Abramović said about it in a … Read More

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Installation view of WITH & WIDTH at Chapter NY.COURTESY CHAPTER NY

Chapter NY on the Lower East Side Moving to Full-Time Schedule

Chapter NY has been run on a part-time basis for the last year and a half by Nicole Russo, a director at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, who kept the gallery open on a weekend-only schedule. Today, Russo announced that she’s left … Read More

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Jane Lombard Will Start Eponymous Gallery at Former Lombard Freid Address

The Chelsea gallery Lombard Freid formally announced it will close in an e-mail blast on Friday, citing as a reason that “the partnership between the principals, Lea Freid and Jane Lombard, has come to an end.” This much had been … Read More

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Jonas Wood, "Untitled (Fridge Plant), 2007."COURTESY SOTHEBY'S

Sotheby’s S2 Gallery Heading to Palm Beach

Sotheby’s S2, the auction house’s contemporary art gallery, has mounted a show at Gavlak Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida that runs until January 25. The exhibition focuses on “the legacy of the flower through contemporary art” and–surprise, surprise–is Sotheby’s first … Read More


Garage Magazine Will Hold an eBay Benefit Sale for CalArts

Garage Magazine, Dasha Zhukova’s biannual art and fashion publication, has organized a sale to benefit the California Institute of the Arts. The sale—called “The Garage Sale,” natch—will take place on eBay on Sunday, January 25th. Garage said in a release … Read More


David M. Schwarz Wins Driehaus Prize for Architecture

The Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Architecture has been awarded to David M. Schwarz. The prize–$200,000–is presented by the University of Notre Dame, and is given to a “living architect whose work embodies the highest ideals of traditional and classical … Read More


The Anatomy Lesson: Miranda July Channels Her Inner Roth In Debut Novel

For all the different masks she wears—director, screenwriter, actor, artist, short-story writer, and, with the publication this month of The First Bad Man (Scribner), novelist—there are really only two Miranda Julys, and they don’t seem to get along with each … Read More

The former Corcoran building.

The Fate of the Corcoran Gallery’s Collection Remains Uncertain

Five months have passed since a judge approved the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s merger with the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University in Washington D.C., but the status of the Corcoran’s holdings remains murky, and the National Gallery … Read More


Glenn Horowitz to Open New Manhattan Gallery Across From MoMA

Next week, Glenn Horowitz Bookseller will open a new gallery in Manhattan, called Rare, which will showcase “editions, manuscripts, letters, archival material, fine art, photography, and decorative art from the 19th century to the present,” according to an announcement from … Read More

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Hugo McCloud Joins Sean Kelly Gallery

Sean Kelly Gallery said today that it now represents Brooklyn-based artist Hugo McCloud, whose first solo show there opens on January 29. McCloud was included in a summer group show at Sean Kelly, and the gallery brought his work to … Read More