‘Days of Endless Time’ Takes It Slow

A new exhibition tracks the dissonance between connectivity and solitude in the digital age Read More

Frieze London 2014 News
From the second floor of the collection.

Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch Open at Zabludowicz

“There’s lots of play on gender and sexuality,” a middle-aged British hipster explained to the two slightly uncomfortable-looking older ladies who, had this been a Monty Python sketch, would likely have been played by Michael Palin and Graham Chapman. (These … Read More

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Richard Tuttle's I Don’t Know, Or The Weave of Textile Language. in the Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. Dan Duray

Scenes From the Richard Tuttle Opening at Tate Modern

Openings at the Tate Modern are a lot like openings at the Museum of Modern Art except there’s no whiskey of any kind, whereas at MoMA there is never fewer than three kinds. “God that’s awful,” said a friend, of … Read More

Frieze London 2014 Market
At Frieze.

Two Franz Erhard Walthers, a Classic and a Rarity, Alight at Frieze

As the aisles buzzed inside Frieze London this morning, a young woman in black pants, a black sweater, and black shoes was standing absolutely still on a sheet of metal in the shape of an L. Most people rushed by, but a … 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

Frieze London 2014 Reviews
Installation view of David Hammons at White Cube.JACK HEMS AND PATRICK DANDY

At White Cube, a David Hammons Show Filled With Secrets

David Hammons solo shows are rare events, occurring only every few years lately, and the last two were in New York, at L&M Arts, in 2011 and 2007. But now he has arrived at London’s White Cube gallery for what … Read More

Frieze London 2014 Reviews

Kerry James Marshall Delivers a Stunner at Zwirner in London

Just how good is Kerry James Marshall’s show at David Zwirner in London’s Mayfair district? So good that the second I left today I began plotting the next time that I could sneak out of the Frieze Art Fair this week … Read More


Xavier Le Roy, ‘Retrospective’ at MoMA PS1

Queens, New York Read More

Frieze London 2014 Reviews
Glenn Ligon, Come Out, 2014. DAN DURAY

Don’t Miss Glenn Ligon at Camden Arts Centre

It’s a little off the beaten path but if you’re in London for Frieze and anywhere near the town’s northwest section (or “Zadie Smith country,” as the locals colorfully call it), you owe it to yourself to swing by the … Read More

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Martin Creed's Work no.1086 Everything Is Going To Be Alright (2011) on the residence.

Hauser & Wirth Welcomes Frieze Visitors at Its Somerset Estate

Gallery offers early Franz Wests, Phyllida Barlow at fair fête 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

Frieze London 2014 Market News
On one lift.

Frieze Art Fair Has Already Started in the London Tube

London’s Frieze Art Fair doesn’t officially begin until tomorrow, Tuesday, October 14, when it will open to invited guests, but if you’re looking to get a head start on the action, head over to the Regent’s Park Underground stop, which is … Read More

Frieze London 2014 Market News parties

Phillips Opens New Headquarters in London

Yesterday collectors and dealers crowded Phillips’s new headquarters at 30 Berkeley Square for a VIP preview of its upcoming Frieze Week auctions and to take in the building, which reportedly cost the company $160 million. In the airy front room … Read More


ISCP Names Susan Hapgood Executive Director

The International Studio & Curatorial Program, the Brooklyn-based residency organization, which turns 20 this year, has tapped Susan Hapgood to be its new executive director. Hapgood is currently based in India, where she founded the Mumbai Art Room exhibition space … Read More