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News Retrospective
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Retrospective: The Cuban Art Scene in 1964

Following President Obama’s announcement that the United States will normalize relations with Cuba, many in the art world have begun to predict a boom in the island nation’s art market. To mark the occasion, we are republishing Tana de Gàmez’s in-depth report on the Cuban art … Read More


Market News
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Here’s the 2015 Frieze New York Exhibitor List

Today Frieze New York announced the nearly 200 galleries that will be included in its 2015 edition, which runs May 14 through 17 on Randall’s Island, the week after the Venice Biennale opens to the public. Among the galleries showing for the first … Read More


Artists consumer reports
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Consumer Reports: Nick DeMarco

“Consumer Reports” is a recurring feature that profiles an artist’s consumption of any and all media throughout one work week.  Nick DeMarco is an artist based in New York who works in many mediums, including sculpture, furniture, and new media. His … Read More


News
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Giacometti’s Legacy

After years of feuding, Giacometti experts and heirs are now united, moving ahead with a catalogue raisonné and planning the Institut Giacometti Read More


Dispatches
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Virtual-Reality Art Gets Real

Last March, Facebook spent around $2 billion to buy Oculus VR, a virtual-reality company founded by 22-year-old Palmer Luckey. Mark Zuckerberg called Oculus “a new communication platform,” and spoke of sharing “entire experiences and adventures” through the use of the … Read More


Features
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Understanding the Other: Aga Kahn Museum Debuts in Toronto Suburb

Below, an excerpt from Michael Z. Wise’s article about the new Aga Kahn Museum in Toronto, which was published in the December 2014 issue of ARTnews. The full story is on newsstands now. The museum’s setting, in a suburb 20 minutes by car northeast … Read More


On View
Nora Ezell, Star Puzzle, 2001, cotton/polyester blend. COURTESY MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM

From Montgomery to Montclair: 30 Quilts Visit the Garden State

The Montclair Art Museum is on a roll. Earlier this year the institution, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, presented “Robert Smithson’s New Jersey,” a scholarship-packed exhibition about the Earth artist’s work in the Garden State. Now it … Read More


Features Profiles
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Double Take: Jane and Louise Wilson

Being identical twins has had its trials for British artists Jane and Louise Wilson. Besides it being the first thing people comment on, “you come with all those clichéd perceptions about twins,” says Louise, 47. “Come on, you’re thought of … Read More


Artists Profiles
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Holly Zausner: The Doppelgänger Stretch

Known for hurling her rubbery sculptures from rooftops, the sculptor is now letting them perform in her films 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


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


Artists Features
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Whistler: The Original Art Star

A century before Warhol, Whistler treated his own persona as a work of art. In the Peacock Room, he created an installation that expressed his bitterness about the ties between art and money. Read More


Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Installation view of Muñoz's Many Times.

10 Art Events to Attend in New York This Week

Through Sunday, December 14 Read More