Tag Archives: James Cohan Gallery



Morning Links: #hierteekenen Edition

 The Rijksmuseum is requesting that visitors stop taking pictures and instead start drawing the art with the hashtag #hierteekenen (#startdrawing). [Hyperallergic]The Tehran Museum of Contemporary art will host a solo show for Belgian artist Wim Delvoye. [Artforum]Beatriz Milhazes at James … Read More

Mernet Larsen's Gunfighters, 2001.


James Cohan Gallery Now Represents Mernet Larsen

James Cohan now represents Mernet Larsen, the gallery announced today. The 75-year-old painter last showed in New York at Johannes Vogt Gallery in 2012, which also marked her first solo show in Manhattan. The year before, Larsen showed in a … Read More

Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Martha Wilson, Makeover, 2015, photo and composite by Kathy Grove. COURTESY P.P.O.W., NEW YORK

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

A guide to the next seven days Read More

James Cohan's Chelsea flagship.


James Cohan Gallery Will Open A Third Location On The Lower East Side

The New York Times reports that James Cohan Gallery will open a third space—in addition to its Chelsea and Shanghai locations—in what used to be a fish market on the Lower East Side at 291 Grand Street, not far from … Read More

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The Propeller Group.


The Propeller Group Goes To James Cohan Gallery

James Cohan Gallery announced today that they will be representing The Propeller Group (TPG), a Ho Chi Minh City-based art collective consisting of Tuan Andrew Nguyen, Phunam, and Matt Lucero, in New York.TPG adopts the faux-persona of an advertising agency … Read More

Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Market

Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Preview: Part 2

The opening of Art Basel Miami Beach is just a few days away. It runs this year from December 4 through 7, with a preview day on December 3. ARTnews will be in Miami, providing regular updates of the action. For now, there are previews of what galleries … Read More

Expo Chicago 2014 Market News

Preview the 2014 Expo Chicago Art Fair

The art season has barely begun, but fairs are already getting ready to open up, hoping to lure dealers and collectors from far-flung cities to make business happen in convention halls and tents. The very first major fair out of … Read More

Margaret Atwood and Katie Paterson. Photo © Giorgia Polizzi

Margaret Atwood Joins Katie Paterson’s Public Art Project, ‘Future Library’

Celebrated author Margaret Atwood has been named the first writer to join Katie Paterson‘s Future Library. Conceived as a public art project in Norway, Paterson has planted one thousand trees in a forest outside of Oslo, which will grow over … Read More

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“I’m An Occupy Wall Street, Lefty Kind of Guy”

Fred Tomaselli talks Times style: “[T]hey piss me off sometimes!” Read More


Spencer Finch’s Art Makes Light Speak Volumes

From the 9/11 Memorial Museum to Monet’s garden, Spencer Finch records the atmospheric light and weather patterns of psychologically charged places and remakes those conditions using TV sets, fluorescent tubes, watercolor paints, and household fans Read More


Meet the Artist Who’s Co-Curating the Whitney Biennial

As an artist, Michelle Grabner makes labor-intensive abstractions. As a curator, she runs a gallery in her backyard—and has organized an entire floor of the Whitney’s much anticipated show

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Chasing Unicorns in Art Across the Ages

A herd of the magical, elusive creatures alights in uptown Manhattan, while others emerge in galleries and artist’s studios everywhere Read More


The Chinese Art Explosion

As works by Chinese artists fetch multimillion-dollar prices, the international art world is waking to the power of the Asian market. China has spawned hundreds of new galleries, 1,600 auction houses, art fairs, and growing numbers of contemporary-art collectors, while accusations surface that some are engaging in widespread speculation. Read More