Artists News
Freilicher in 1984.

Jane Freilicher, Painter and Confidant of the New York School, Dies at 90

The painter Jane Freilicher, whose airy, radiantly colored still lifes and landscapes made her a leading light of the 1950s New York School and one the great representational artists of postwar America, died on Tuesday in New York. She was 90. … Read More


Market News
ADAA Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory.

Here’s What Galleries Are Bringing to the 2015 ADAA Art Show

The ADAA Art Show has released details of what exhibitors will be showing at the fair, which runs March 4-8 at the Park Avenue Armory. There are 35 solo booths and 37 thematic exhibitions. Have a look below! Solo and … Read More


Artists consumer reports
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Consumer Reports: Rachel Lord

“Consumer Reports” is a recurring feature that profiles an artist’s consumption of any and all media throughout one work week. Rachel Lord is an artist, actor, and poet living and working in Los Angeles. Lord is included in the New Museum’s … Read More


Dispatches
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Hollywood: L.A.’s Next Art Frontier

In October 2013, Esther Kim Varet, director of the Venice Beach–based gallery Various Small Fires, placed a bid on 812 North Highland Avenue in Hollywood, a more than 5,000-square-foot lot containing a temple-like Art Deco edifice. The listing had gone … Read More


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Bard.

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Morning Links: Audrey Irmas Award For Curatorial Excellence From Bard Edition

Christine Tohme and Martha Wilson are taking home the 2015 Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence from Bard. [Art in America] We all love the stories of crazy ole ear-cutting, suicidal Van Gogh but “curators at the Van Gogh Museum … Read More


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Badlands Unlimited reading list.

Badlands Unlimited Publishes Post-Ferguson Reading List

Today, Badlands Unlimited—the New York–based independent publisher founded by the artist Paul Chan and consisting of artists Ian Cheng, Micaela Durand, and Matthew So—released a reading list in the aftermath of the deaths of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, … Read More


Artists
Hans Haacke, The Business Behind Art Knows the Art of the Koch Brothers, 2014.© HANS HAACKE/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND PAULA COOPER GALLERY, NEW YORK. PHOTO BY STEVEN PROBERT.

The Art of Good Business: Hans Haacke Goes After a Koch, Readies London Plinth

Anyone in need of a potent antidote to the feeding frenzy at Art Basel Miami Beach last week should head right now to Paula Cooper Gallery’s second-floor space at 521 West 21st Street in West Chelsea. On view there is … Read More


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‘At Dinners After Openings I Sometimes Feel Like I’m Watching Bank Accounts Have Sex': Hal Foster’s ‘Interview’ Interview Is Diverse, Enjoyable

Rather than line up the customary one person to interview him for Interview’s just out Insiders issue, Hal Foster chose to allow Tacita Dean, Seth Price, Jeffrey Eugenides, Rachel Kushner, Jeremy Deller, Thomas Hirschhorn, Wade Guyton, Rivka Galchen, and Thomas … Read More


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Masayoshi Takayama.

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Steve Cuozzo Dislikes ‘F-word Blaring Jocks’ at Kappo Masa

If you missed it last week (as we all probably did, being down in Miami): the New York Post’s real-estate columnist and restaurant critic Steve Cuozzo wrote that he found Larry Gagosian and Masayoshi Takayama’s much worse than the “three-Michelin-starred, … Read More


Artists News
The Jeff Koons cover.

Rich Artist Designs Book Cover for Rich Man

Today, in the Department of Things You Could Have Seen From a Million Miles Away, Jeff Koons has designed the cover for film producer Brian Grazer’s book, A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life. Sure would like to … Read More


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Tavares Strachan's "You Belong Here, on view at Prospect 3.

Prospect Biennial in New Orleans Is Now Officially a Triennial

New Orleans’ Prospect biennial, which is now in its third iteration and has never actually been held biennially, has been “officially” changed to a triennial, according to the festival’s board of directors. The fourth edition will be held in 2017. … Read More


Artists News
Victor Pinchuk speaking at the Future Generation Art Prize.

Nástio Mosquito and Carlos Motta Split 2014 Future Generation Art Prize

Last Saturday in Kiev, Angolan artist Nástio Mosquito and Colombian artist Carlos Motta were chosen out of a short-list of 20 artists as split winners of outspoken Ukrainian collector Victor Pinchuk’s 2014 Future Generation Art Prize, taking home $30,000 in cash … Read More


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The new space.

Lower East Side’s Brennan & Griffin Gallery Will Expand to Red Hook

New York’s Brennan & Griffin gallery has picked up a building in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn. The new space will open in May of 2015 with a show by painter Mary Weatherford. It’s a sizable location, measuring 5,000 square … Read More


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Miami Beach.

‘You Definitely Need to See This Work in Person': Kenny Schachter at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Kenny Schachter is a London-based art dealer, curator, and writer. The opinions expressed here are his own. For weeks I’d been telling myself, and anyone who would listen, that I was going to skip the 2014 edition of Art Basel … Read More