Tag Archives: Featured


Art of the City

Stairway to Nowhere: On the Pleasure of Hating Thomas Heatherwick’s ‘Vessel’ in Hudson Yards


Retrospective

From the Archives: 13 Key Shows in Mary Boone Gallery’s History


lives News

Barbara Hammer, Pioneering Queer Experimental Filmmaker, Dead at 79


Market News

$12.5 M. Renoir Painting Sells at TEFAF—The European Fine Art Fair—in the Netherlands


Vasari Diary

Vasari Diary: On John Gibson (1933–2019), Rob Wynne, Jane Benson, Robert Murray, and Film Forum


Reviews

Film Review: ‘The Eyes of Orson Welles’ Offers a Rare—Though Self-Indulgent and Speculative—Look at the Director’s Artwork


lives News

Okwui Enwezor, Pivotal Curator of Contemporary Art, Is Dead at 55


Artists

‘Not Many People Saw the Work’: Members of 1970s Japanese Avant-Garde Collective GUN on Painting a Snow-Covered Riverbed and Sending Stones to Nixon


Reviews

lives News

John Richardson, Friend and Biographer of Picasso, Has Died at 95


Features

Current Affairs: To Save the Ailing Oceans, TBA21-Academy Turns to Art and Science


Artists

R. Crumb on His Career-Spanning Show at David Zwirner, Political Cartoons, and His Ukulele


Armory Week 2019 Market

Room Service: A Recent History of the Hotel Art Fair, From the Gramercy Hotel to a Comfort Inn


Artists

Set in Stone: At 86, Sculptor Kay Hofmann Is Making Waves in Chicago