Artists are famously ambivalent about showing up at art fairs. John Baldessari once likened the experience to that of a kid walking in on his parents having sex. But showing one’s art at them is de rigeur. Fairs—evolved from bazaars … Read More
Volkswagen Group of America will be the lead sponsor of educational programming at MoMA for the next two years. During this time, it will also support major exhibitions at both MoMA and MoMA PS1, including the latter’s forthcoming local artist … Read More
The Independent Art Fair opened yesterday at the former Dia building on West 22nd Street. The fair features over 50 galleries and nonprofit institutions and represents 14 countries.ALL PHOTOS: KATHERINE MCMAHON/ARTNEWS For more Armory Week coverage, go here.
Another snowy, terrible New York City afternoon (a people-watching game to play with younger fairgoers is “snot bubble or tiny septum piercing?”) was no deterrent for a flock of art enthusiasts descending on today’s Independent art fair in Chelsea. Some … Read More
Armory Week has returned! Here’s a rundown on next week’s most important fairs. Armory Show March 5–8 With an entire week of fairs dedicated to its name, the Armory Show is the largest of them all, with more than 200 exhibitors showing artwork from … Read More
If you’re still experiencing a Miami hangover, you’re out of luck. Armory Week is right around the corner! Independent, which just held its inaugural second event (called Independent Projects) in New York during the November auctions, will return during Armory Week, … Read More
Right in the middle of Independent Projects comes news that Center548—the Chelsea building that is currently home to Independent and Zach Feuer, and was formerly owned by the Dia Art Foundation—will be sold to Property Markets Group, a real-estate acquisition firm. … Read More