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Retrospective
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Retrospective: Celebrating the Cézanne Centenary

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


Art of the City
Installation view of 'Jake Cruzen Joseph Geagan: Kanacoka' at Bed-Stuy Love Affair.

I Don’t Want to Go to Chelsea: The Appeal of Home and Studio Galleries

One of the great beauties of the art world is that the barriers to entry are breathtakingly minimal. Have some art that you think is worth showing to the world? Literally all you need is a little bit of space … Read More


parties
Cindy Sherman and Julian Schnabel at the Whitney Gala.COURTESY OF BILLY FARRELL

Brutal Breakup: Whitney Says Bye-Bye to Breuer Building With One Last Blowout

Last night, the Whitney Museum’s annual Gala & Studio Party took the form of a going away bash, marking the museum’s final event in the historic Breuer Building before moving to its new downtown home and reopening on May Day … Read More


News
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Anne Collier’s MCA Chicago Retrospective Explores the Male Gaze

Here is Faye Dunaway shot in black and white, holding a weighty Nikon to her eye, and adjusting the focus ring; here she is again, this time in color, the camera pulled back and uncertainty clouding her stare. The pair … Read More


parties Profiles
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Coexist: The xx’s Madley Croft on the Band’s Adventures in the Art World

As the lights throughout the Guggenheim Museum’s rotunda dimmed for the fourth time one recent weekday evening, a hushed stillness fell across the crowd of more than 500. Three opening acts had warmed them up, and now the moment they … Read More


consumer reports
Trudy Benson. Photo by  Ann Street Studio.

Consumer Reports: Trudy Benson

“Consumer Reports” is a recurring feature that profiles an artist’s consumption of any and all media throughout one work week. Trudy Benson is a Brooklyn artist known for her large-scale abstract paintings that were initially inspired by early digital imaging … Read More


News
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London’s Wellcome Collection Examines Sex

Photographer Timothy Archibald spent three years traveling around the United States photographing men who built their own sex machines. At first Archibald suspected the makers would be disaffected, but he quickly discovered his subjects were deeply heartfelt; often the machines … Read More


News
Koons's Balloon Monkey (Orange) outside Christie's last week.

Of Spec-u-lectors and Drug-Dealing Art Advisers: Kenny Schachter at the New York Auctions

Kenny Schachter is a London-based art dealer, curator, and writer. The opinions expressed here are his own. In The Graduate, the hapless protagonist is given career advice in a single word: Plastics. Today, that word would be art. Just as … Read More


Features
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Pierre Huyghe: Traveler of Both Time and Space

The French artist preps LACMA retrospective, and projects beyond the art world Read More


The 200 Top Collectors
John Bock, Palms, 2007.PHOTO BY ERIKA EDE/COURTESY THE ARTIST, KLOSTERFELDE, AND ANTON KERN GALLERY

‘Indecipherable Concoctions': Dimitris Daskalopoulos on Art, Pipes, and His Collections

On Friday evening, the Athens, Greece–based collector Dimitris Daskalopoulos was sipping coffee in a suite on the 32nd floor of the Four Seasons, where he has stayed on visits to New York for the past three decades, and getting ready … Read More


Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
COURTESY TEAM GALLERY

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

Through Sunday, November 23, 2014 Read More


News
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Art History, Now in Doll Form

Kyle Hilton had little trouble transforming the lead characters of Downton Abbey, Girls, and Breaking Bad into paper dolls, but he turned out to be unexpectedly confounded by Picasso. “I thought I knew what he looked like until I tried … Read More


Market News
Tauba Auerbach, Untitled (Fold), 2010, acrylic on canvas. COURTESY PHILLIPS.

Records for Danh Vo, Tauba Auerbach and Rashid Johnson at $52 M. Phillips Contemporary Art Sale

Earlier tonight Phillips ended the week of contemporary art auctions in New York with a small sale that saw new records for Danh Vo, Tauba Auerbach and Rashid Johnson but brought in just $51.96 million with premium, below the evening’s … Read More


News
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Kenny Scharf Delivers Cosmic Cavern Museum This Fall

Last May, Kenny Scharf, the self-proclaimed “Pop Surrealist,” was a few days away from moving out of the living and work space in Bushwick, Brooklyn, that he calls his Cosmic Cavern. Scharf had been spending most of his time in … Read More