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Jan Frank photographed in his Bond Street studio, July 15, 2015. ©KATHERINE MCMAHON

To Be Frank: How Old-School Artist Jan Frank Became New Again

The painter Jan Frank has a reputation as a hard-drinking, if not hard-fighting, downtown playboy. He is known for his sharp suits and smoky drawl, his alpaca coat, and his fondness for the racetrack (he names his paintings after favorite … Read More


Morning Links: Foreign British Museum Director Edition

Must-read stories from around the art world Read More

May 15, 1915.

Retrospective: Philip Guston on Piero della Francesca

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More

Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights, at the center of the controversy.


Morning Links: Prado vs. Museum of Royal Collections Edition

Microbes—and the way they colonize us—are the subject of an exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall. [The Guardian]Sellers of art estimated to bring in $2.3 billion at the May auctions include billionaire money manager Steven A. Cohen and New York … Read More

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14 Artworks That Prove Pink Is Tough

The color that seems softest can often speak most loudly Read More

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©2013 Estate of Ad Reinhardt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

The Semi-Secret History of Modernism’s Best Comic Artist

A new show explores links between Ad Reinhardt’s identity as abstract painter and as cartoonist, satirist, crusader, explicator, and slide-show maker Read More

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Image on home page: Deborah Kass, Four Barbras, 1992, silkscreen on canvas. Photo: Kendall Mills. Courtesy the Artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York.

Let My People Show: Welcome to ‘Jew York’

Jewish art geography, from Aleph and Arbus to Robert Zimmerman Read More


Comic Relief

The boundary between fine art and graphic novels has grown increasingly porous Read More

Inka Essenhigh was surprised by the figures that emerged in her abstractions. Capturing the evolution: Chainlink Fence, 2004. COURTESY 303 GALLERY, NEW YORK, AND VICTORIA MIRO GALLERY, LONDON


Committed abstractionists are finding themselves irresistibly drawn to the figure. Read More