Author Archives: The Editors of ARTnews

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


October 2014 Exhibition Reviews

Art criticism from around the world, published in this month’s print edition Read More


Morning Links: Urs Fischer’s Loft Edition

The three people who were caught climbing the facade of the Aspen Art Museum were slammed with a $150 probation fee, 10 hours of useful community service, and a one-year deferred judgment on a municipal trespassing charge. [The Aspen Times] … Read More


Morning Links: Miami Art Boom Edition

Randy Kennedy checks in with SculptureCenter as it prepares to unveil its newly expanded and renovated building. [The New York Times] The Bass Museum’s curator of exhibitions, Jose Carlos Diaz, on the Miami art boom. [Miami New Times] Outsider art … Read More

The Virgin of Sorrows (Mater Dolorosa).COURTESY FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM

Morning Links: Virgin of Sorrows Edition

The Guggenheim is planning a new New York space to house its collection and staff. [The Art Newspaper] Roberto Cuoghi joins Lehmann Maupin. [Artnet] “A new mural by artist Banksy has appeared on a wall in the seaside town of … Read More

Open Sesame: Art Events in New York

6 Art Events to Attend In New York City This Week

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 Performance: Peter Jefferies at Issue Project Room Jefferies was the frontman for two important New Zealand punk bands, Nocturnal Projections and This Kind of Punishment. He’s now on his first tour of the U.S. in 20 years … Read More


Morning Links: Sopranos Edition

After Alcatraz, Ai Weiwei will take over a stately British home, Blenheim Palace. Here are some new details there. [BBC] “Federico Castelluccio — the “Sopranos” star who played Sicilian hitman Furio, and is a serious art collector off-screen — has … Read More

Nicole Eisenman, Untitled, 2012.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND KOENIG & CLINTON

Morning Links: Nicole Eisenman Edition

Japanese artists to serve radioactive soup at Frieze London. [The Independent via Artnet] Here’s an interview with the young collector Maria Bukhtoyarova. [The Wall Street Journal] Two artists will project every word Borges wrote onto the Manhattan Bridge this weekend. … Read More


Morning Links: Shelfie Edition

Uh oh! Street artist JR is at it again, this time on Ellis Island. [The New York Times] Artists, understandably, are not so excited about the EU’s proposed ban on cadmium, which is used in many paints. [The Art Newspaper] … Read More


Morning Links: September 24, 2014 Edition

The Whitney Museum has been promised 75 photographs from the collection of Sondra Gilman Gonzalez-Falla and Celso Gonzalez-Falla, including work by Walker Evans and Robert Frank. [The New York Times] “Winston Churchill’s granddaughter, artist Edwina Sandys, is suing a gallery … Read More