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Artists
TOMATO HOUSE

Brooklyn, in Space and Under the Sea: Ian Gerson’s ‘Future Floor’ Inhabits Tomato House

One recent Friday in Brownsville, Brooklyn, Tomato House opened “Future Floor,” an immersive installation made specifically for the space by Far Rockaway–based artist Ian Gerson. For the piece, Gerson transformed the main room of the gallery into an underwater/space exploration … Read More


Artists
Petra Cortright, cropped_masked_final, 2015, video. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND DEPART FOUNDATION

Flash Dancers: Petra Cortright on Her New Show at the Depart Foundation

‘I don’t think I’ve ever successfully avoided the male gaze. I can’t even do it, even in the webcam videos, where I’m not even doing anything sexy’ Read More


Retrospective
Joan Mitchell, Rivière, 1990, oil on canvas. ©ESTATE OF JOAN MITCHELL, COLLECTION OF JOAN MITCHELL FOUNDATION

An Expressionist in Paris: John Ashbery on Joan Mitchell, in 1965

In honor of the Kunsthaus Bregenz’s Joan Mitchell retrospective, which opens tomorrow in that Austrian city, we turn back to April 1965, when John Ashbery wrote about the work the American painter was making in Paris. At that time, Ashbery, … Read More


News
Alex Katz, Double Portrait of Robert Rauschenberg, 1959, oil on canvas, 66 x 85½ inches. PAUL J. SCHUPF LL.D. '06, HAMILTON, N.Y. LIFETIME TRUST, GREGORY O. KOERNER TRUSTEE

‘Like Feeling Lust for the First Time’: Colby College Presents the Young Alex Katz

“Brand-New and Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s,” a splendid survey show comprised of paintings, collages, and cutouts that opened this past weekend at the Colby College Museum of Art, in Waterville, Maine, could not be more aptly titled. Sixty-some … Read More


Reviews
Still from Takashi Murakami's Jellyfish Eyes. ©THE ARTIST/KAIKAI KIKI CO., LTD.

Takashi Murakami’s Debut Film, ‘Jellyfish Eyes,’ Suffers From a Lack of Imagination

Takashi Murakami will have to make nearly 90 more films before he can truly earn that bland and often-repeated “Japanese Andy Warhol” comparison, but as a start, he’s made Jellyfish Eyes, which opened today in New York. You may be … Read More


Artists
Arlene Shechet, No Noise, 2013, glazed ceramic on painted wood base. JOHN KENNARD/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND SIKKEMA JENKINS, NEW YORK

‘To Know More, Strangely, Adds Mystery’: Arlene Shechet on Her Elusive Ceramics and Her ICA Boston Show

When I met Arlene Shechet, she was in her studio in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, preparing for a talk at Anderson Ranch arts center in Aspen, Colorado. She was looking at installation shots of “All at Once,” her show at the … Read More


parties
The Parrish Art Museum.

A Weekend in the Hamptons: The Parrish Midsummer Party, Art Southampton, and Market Art+Design in Photos

A woman in a sparkly top glared disapprovingly as I pulled a Hyundai Elantra rental car into a space between a Maserati and an Escalade at the Art Southampton fair late Saturday afternoon. In front of the entrance was a … Read More


Market
An installation view of 'Raymond Roussel' at Galerie Daniel Buchholz, New York, through August 29, 2015.COURTESY GALERIE DANIEL BUCHHOLZ, BERLIN/COLOGNE/NEW YORK

Daniel Buchholz Opens in New York, Celebrating the Elusive Raymond Roussel

One afternoon in early July, just hours before the opening of his new gallery in Manhattan, the German art dealer Daniel Buchholz—tan, in a crisp white shirt and jeans—could be found in the ground-floor space on the Upper East Side … Read More


Artists Retrospective
Frank Stella, Gran Cairo, 1962, alkyd on canvas. WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, NEW YORK; PURCHASE FROM THE FRIENDS OF THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF ART 63.34/©2014 FRANK STELLA/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK

‘What You See Is What You See’: Donald Judd and Frank Stella on the End of Painting, in 1966

Frank Stella and Donald Judd are both having moments right now. There’s an exhibition of Stella’s paintings and drawings at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst, in Basel, and on October 30, Stella will have a retrospective that will open at the Whitney Museum … Read More


Editor's Letter The 200 Top Collectors
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Editor’s Letter: ARTnews Summer 2015, Original Cover by Will Cotton

On visiting Will Cotton’s studio in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, you can never predict what you’ll find. This is, after all, the artist who painted Katy Perry floating on a cotton-candy cloud. When I stopped by earlier this spring, he was … Read More


Features The 200 Top Collectors
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Both a Buyer and Lender Be: Eli Broad on His Personal Collection and New Museum

A collector with an eye to the future Read More


Features The 200 Top Collectors
Sol Lewitt’s collection in his warehouse in Cheshire, Connecticut.JODY DOLE

It Takes One to Know One: Why Artists Make Ideal Collectors

The following article is part of ARTnews’ annual coverage of collecting practices in the art market, anchored by the 200 Top Collectors list. Those who follow the art world and the art market tend to have a set picture of … Read More


Artists consumer reports
Bjorn Copeland. Jason Frank Rothenberg

Consumer Reports: Bjorn Copeland

Bjorn Copeland is a Los Angeles-based artist and a member of the seminal shape-shifting experimental band Black Dice. As a visual artist, he has mounted solo shows at China Art Objects, Los Angeles; Jack Hanley Gallery, New York; and the … Read More


The 200 Top Collectors
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The ARTnews 200 Top Collectors: An Introduction

The following article is part of ARTnews’ annual coverage of collecting practices in the art market, anchored by the 200 Top Collectors list. We go to press on the 25th anniversary edition of our “200 Top Collectors” feature at a … Read More