Author Archives: The Editors of ARTnews


Morning Links: The D Train Edition

The D train subway line in Brooklyn between Sunset Park and Coney Island has one of the greatest concentrations of public art in the city. [The New York Times] A studio visit with artist Terry Winters. [The Wall Street Journal] … Read More


Morning Links: State of the Art Edition

“Painting at Clark Art Museum deemed real Rembrandt” [The Boston Globe] “State of the Art” at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art “represents a serious effort to introduce contemporary art to a mainstream audience far from the rarefied galleries … Read More


Morning Links: The Painter of Wall Street Edition

“Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” buys an ArtPrize contestant’s work. [Fox 17] A conversation with Philippe de Montebello about his new book. [The Courier-Journal] Here’s a profile of Ashley Longshore, Wall Street’s go-to painter. [New York Post] Bloomberg Philanthropies will … Read More


Morning Links: Joni Mitchell Edition

The 2014 ArtPrize winners have been announced. [Artforum] Khairuddin Hori has been named deputy programming director at Paris’s Palais de Tokyo. [The Straits Times] The Hammer Museum honors Joni Mitchell at its gala, and The Wall Street Journal reports. [The … Read More


Morning Links: Hello Kitty Edition

After a review of its finances, the L.A. Board of Supervisors has added $54 million to its arts and culture budget. [The Los Angeles Times via Artforum] “The sun never sets on William Kentridge.” (Lots of shows coming up by … Read More

Frieze London 2014

Preview Frieze London 2014

The big moment has almost arrived. The 12th edition of Frieze London opens to the general public on October 15 in Regent’s Park, and a day earlier for invited guests. Some 60,000 people will make their way through the big tent to view work … Read More


Morning Links: Japanese Food Edition

The New York Police Department says it has arrested the legendary graffiti artist Cost. [Associated Press] “The Swiss museum to which the late Cornelius Gurlitt bequeathed his sizable collection on Wednesday said it plans to decide on Nov. 26 whether … Read More

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Joel Holmberg in his studio.

Consumer Reports: Joel Holmberg

Consumer Reports is a new recurring feature on the ARTnews website that profiles an artist’s consumption of any and all media throughout one work week. New York artist Joel Holmberg covers a lot of ground. Synthesizing mediums both modern (video, internet) … Read More


Morning Links: October 8, 2014

Marina Abramovic to Lars von Trier: “Dear Mr Lars von Trier, I think you are the most disturbing director in this planet and this is why I’d really, really love to work with you.” Uh, Ok! [The Art Newspaper] Katya … Read More

Emily Carr, Breton Church, 1906.WIKIART

Morning Links: Emily Carr Edition

Tax court ruling says you’re still an artist even if you make little money from your work. [The New York Times] Artist Emily Carr’s first major solo exhibition in London will also include two loans from Damien Hirst’s personal collection, … Read More


8 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

MONDAY, OCTOBER 6 Screening and Talk: An Evening With James Richards at MoMA These MoMA “Evening With…” events are always a great time—a little film, some smart discussion: just love it. This one is devoted to Turner Prize nominee James … Read More


Retrospective: Artists Discuss What Constitutes Obscenity

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


Morning Links: Second City Edition

Fashion on Display: How Clothes Became a Top Draw at Museums [The Cut] Rembrandt late gem to be shown in UK for the first time. [The Guardian] “The New Museum’s store has installed a new interactive window display by artist … Read More

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Morning Links: Eisenhower Edition

Wayne Thiebaud and the Art of Longevity [Wall Street Journal] A 1,000 year old statue on display at the Toledo Museum of Art is being returned to the government of India. [Toledo Blade] Dodie Kazanjian has hired artists to make … Read More