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Tyson Reeder's Piano Party at CANADA. Photo: Phil Grauer.

Tyson Reeder, Piano Man

On a rainy afternoon last Sunday, Tyson Reeder turned the main room of Lower East Side gallery Canada into a chilled-out jam session. For his one-day-only “Piano Party” event, Reeder’s casually ecstatic paintings and sculpture (his show “New Paintings” is on … Read More



Morning Links: January 21, 2015 Edition

Luc Tuymans has been found guilty of copyright infringement. “A civil court in Antwerp ruled on 15 January that Tuymans’s painting A Belgian Politician—a dramatically cropped image of the MP Jean-Marie Dedecker—borrowed too heavily from a photograph taken one year … Read More

Paramount 2.

Here’s the Exhibitor List for Paramount Ranch 2

Los Angeles’s freewheeling Paramount Ranch fair, which debuted last year on the eponymous film set in the Santa Monica Mountains during Art Los Angeles Contemporary, will return for a second round this year, and today revealed the exhibitors. The list is … Read More

Artists News

Lord Charles March on His ‘Very English’ Abstract Photographs

In February, Charles March, the photographer and Earl of March and Kinrara, will host shows of his abstract works at both Hamiltons gallery in London and Venus Over Manhattan in New York, the latter of which opens tomorrow. The works … Read More

Artists News
One of Arad's sculptures.


Always Crashing in the Same Car: Ron Arad on His Upcoming Show at Paul Kasmin

This February, the Israeli architect, artist, and designer Ron Arad will join New York’s Paul Kasmin Gallery with a debut exhibition that will showcase his riffs on the Fiat 500. After 10 years at Friedman Benda, Arad came to Kasmin looking … Read More

Art of the City Artists
Untitled, 1965.

Father Figures: Visiting William N. Copley’s Drawings Exhibition With the Artist’s Son

Where do you begin with William N. Copley? There are almost too many good stories about the artist, collector, art dealer, patron, and all-around gadabout, whose life cut a wild path through some of the most intriguing moments in postwar art … Read More

Market News
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

Market News

Wildenstein and Qatar Battle Over Aborted New York Art Palace Sale

Before finalizing a $90-million contract to buy Wildenstein & Company’s palatial New York headquarters last year, Qatari diplomats tried it on for size, hosting a lavish party inside the stately gallery where the art-dealing dynasty had long exhibited its treasures. … Read More

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Skate's Art Fairs Report.

Skate’s Releases 2014 Art Fairs Report

Art market analysis service Skate’s released its 2014 Art Fairs Report, which “focuses on the world’s major art fairs and their operators, aggregated statistics for the world’s most important art fairs and various subsets of data.” This year’s report found … Read More

Armory Week 2015 Market News

Here’s the 2015 Volta NY Exhibitor List

The Volta NY fair will kick off its eighth edition on March 5 in a new location—Pier 90 in Hell’s Kitchen, next door to its sister fair, The Armory Show. This year’s Volta NY will bring 90 galleries to Pier … Read More


Telling Stories in Three Dimensions: Installation Art Today

Once upon a time, storytelling was the most ambitious mission of painting. Panel by panel, Renaissance artists told the lives of Christ and the saints on the walls of churches. Michelangelo presented the sweeping drama of the Old and New … Read More

Barbara Hepworth,  Pelagos, 1946.COURTESY TATE

Morning Links: Barbara Hepworth Edition

Artist and activist Emma Sulkowicz, whose performance carrying a mattress at Columbia University, in response to her alleged rapist not being expelled, garnered national attention, will attend the State of the Union as the guest of New York Senator Kirsten … Read More

The museum.


Centre Pompidou-Metz Secures 2015 Budget

For the past few weeks the question of the 2015 budget for the Centre Pompidou-Metz, the Pompidou Center’s outpost in Lorraine, France, has been up in the air. Now, local news site Tout-Metz reports, the matter has been settled. Visitors … Read More

Market News


Alan Turing’s Notebook Heads to Auction

The Financial Times reports that the notebooks of computing hero Alan Turing (subject of the The Imitation Game, newly Oscar nominated), will head to Bonhams auctions on April 13. At 56 pages, the notebook is “probably the most extensive manuscript … Read More