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'Carl Andre in His Time,' 2015, with works by (from left) Robert Ryman, Carl Andre, and Dan Flavin, installation view. ©TOM POWEL IMAGING/COURTESY MNUCHIN GALLERY, NEW YORK

‘Carl Andre in His Time’ at Mnuchin

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Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Nicole Eisenman's Seder (2010).


9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

TUESDAY, MARCH 24Lecture: Pierre Leguillon on Carl Andre at Dia Art Foundation This is part of the ongoing Artists on Artists lecture series, which examines the work of contemporary artists in Dia’s collection and exhibition programs through the lens of their peers, … Read More

2015 Venice Biennale News
Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy.


Vervoordt Foundation, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia Will Examine ‘Universal Proportions’ in Venice Biennale Show

The Axel & May Vervoordt Foundation and the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia will present a show called “PROPORTIO” at the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice, which will run from May 9 through November 22. This fifth edition of their biennial … Read More

Installation view of Robert Irwin's untitled (Four Walls), 2006, at the Chinati Foundation.

Chinati Foundation Receives Grant to Support New Robert Irwin Installation

The Chinati Foundation has received $750,000 from the Lannan Foundation to support the Robert Irwin Project, Chinati’s chairman of the board Andrew Cogan announced today. The project, for which construction will begin this summer, will result in the building of a … Read More

Installation view of “Others 2,” the second part of the exhibition “Other Primary Structures.” KRIS GRAVES

‘Other Primary Structures’ at Jewish Museum

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Ten Creative, Disorienting, Enlightening, and Sometimes Frightening Monographs and Catalogues

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeff Koons, Marisol, Lygia Clark, and Lee Bontecou are among the subjects of major books this season Read More


That Seventies Sensibility

A wave of exhibitions shows how the open-ended, experimental, hardscrabble, less cynical esthetic of the ’70s is appealing to artists and curators Read More