The Shed has announced the opening date and building names for New Yorks newest not for profit artspace.
11 April 2018
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a new director, Max Hollein.
20 March 2018
It started with his rat clock piece (Top Photo) at 101 West 14th Street, moving on to his protest mural for Zehra Doğanon
It’s a week of art fairs in New York. The Armory Show, held in a crowded, bustling convention center on the Hudson River is the biggest of the fairs and indicative of the art markets changing economic landscape.
1) NADA: Its fifth Edition welcomes 105 exhibitors from 44 cities in 18 countries. Organized the New Art Dealers Alliance nonprofit, the fair also features pop-up cafes from Mile End, Tacombi, and Doughnut Plant. May 5–8, 2016 Thursday, 12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. private preview and 4:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Sunday, 12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. $20 general admission, […]
12 June 2014
Upon entering the disused Domino sugar factory, in New York the first thing you notice is the smell. It’s pungent, acrid, and forces a sensitive nose to wrinkle slightly. A little further in, you encounter the cherubic countenance of a pre-pubescent black boy clad in a loin cloth and holding a basket like he’s making […]
Banksy work from his New York residency series ‘Better Out Than In’ is to be offered for sale in Miami during Art Basel week. The works consist of an inflatable heart shaped balloon with band-aids, and a painted car door. The first has been painted on a 1,500-pound (680kg) wall hacked from a Brooklyn warehouse […]
8 March 2013
Gagosian’s current exhibition of Jean Michel-Basquiat’s work, including over fifty unique pieces by the artist, is nearly a retrospective and something not to be missed. One could spend a whole day exploring each work, letting its madness take over until the world around no longer matters. This show not only reinforces Basquiat’s truly unique and […]