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Event Horizon: Art Happenings Around New York

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Hauser & Wirth Adds Jack Whitten to Its Roster, Plans Show for Spring 2017

Following a five-decade retrospective of Jack Whitten’s work that traveled around the United States over the past year and a half, Hauser & Wirth will now represent the New York–based painter, who is known for what he terms “conceptual abstractions.” Whitten, who … Read More

Pictures at an Exhibition
Berlinde De Bruyckere, No Life Lost II, 2015, horse skin, wood, glass, fabric, leather, blankets, iron, and polyester. MIRJAM DEVRIENDT/©BERLINDE DE BRUYCKERE/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND HAUSER & WIRTH

Berlinde De Bruyckere at Hauser & Wirth, New York

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Rashid Johnson, Plateaus, at David Kordansky Gallery in 2014.COURTESY DAVID KORDANSKY GALLERY

Stranger in Moscow: Rashid Johnson on His Largest Work To Date, Opening at Russia’s Garage Museum

When I arrived at Rashid Johnson’s studio in Bushwick last month, the artist had lost one of those fancy step-counting bracelets. He was trying to track his walks, and how many calories they killed. He had just bought it the … Read More

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The Composer: Mary Heilmann’s Rhythmic Abstractions Find Their Place in the Sun

Some little girls want to be movie stars, some long to be prima ballerinas. Not Mary Heilmann. As a child, she prayed for sainthood. “I used to dream that I was thrown to lions in the Coliseum,” said the artist. … Read More

Armory Week 2016 Market Previews
Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles  Wallace Berman, Untitled (19 iron cross and spider top left), ca. 1968–75, image verify.

Preview the ADAA Art Show 2016

The 28th edition of The Art Show, which is organized annually by the Art Dealers Association of America, opens to the public Wednesday, March 2, with previews on Tuesday, March 1, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. The … Read More

Market News

Hauser Wirth & Schimmel In L.A. Will Have Onsite Bookstore

ARTBOOK, a publisher with retail locations at MoMA PS1 in Queens, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and the Swiss Institute in SoHo, will have a new space inside Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, which opens next month in Los Angeles.The gallery is … Read More

Larry Bell installing his current Hauser & Wirth show "From the '60s." COURTESY HAUSER & WIRTH

Coast to Coast: Frank Stella and Larry Bell on the 1960s Los Angeles Art Scene

In 1965, Larry Bell had his first solo show in New York, at the Pace Gallery. This was a major event for a Los Angeles artist, especially at a time when the art world turned all of its attention toward … Read More

Erwin Wurm, Airing Trousers, Hands Up, 1994/2014. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Morning Links: One Minute Sculptures Edition

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Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Bunny Rogers, Sister Jackets, 2012.


9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

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Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
DIS, Positive Ambiguity (beard, lectern, teleprompter, wind machine, confidence), 2015. COMMISSIONED BY THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

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Artists Features Reviews
Barnaby Furnas, First Morning, 2015.


‘Is This for Adults?’: Matthew Weinstein on Barnaby Furnas and Mike Kelley

Virginia Woolf called George Eliot’s Middlemarch, “one of the few English novels written for grown-­up people.” Sometimes I apply this to paintings. I look at a painting show and ask myself, “Is this for adults?”Painting is a friendly medium. Most … Read More


Morning Links: Foreign British Museum Director Edition

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Kandor 10B (Exploded Fortress of Solitude), 2011.© Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts / Licensed by VAGA New York

Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? Mike Kelley’s Final, Superman-Inspired Works Land In Chelsea

One unexpected thing I witnessed during the opening of the New York art world’s fall season this week was Paul Schimmel—whom the Los Angeles Times once described as having “a more impressive record of exhibitions and acquisitions in the field … Read More