Jasper Johns fans and print enthusiasts gathered at Christie's New York last night to celebrate the artist, who contributed an untitled offset lithograph that appears as a free insert in the May issue of A.i.A., sponsored by the auction house.
Last night's Brooklyn Artists Ball at the Brooklyn Museum brought out the beautiful and stylish, from Chuck Close-clad in shades of springtime blue-to museum trustee Carla Shen in a simple gold column. The event, which honored the artists Jenny Holzer,…Read more
TEFAF Maastricht, which bills itself as "the world's leading art and antiques fair" (through Mar. 23), features antiques, rare books, maps, jewelry, old master works, modern and contemporary art, photography, ceramics and design. The 27th edition of The…Read more
The first commission at the Barnes Foundation since Henri Matisse created a mural for the collection in the 1930s, the sculpture Magic Ladders reflects Yinka Shonibare's belief, shared with museum founder Albert C. Barnes, in the importance of…Read more
"Tracey Emin: Angel Without You" opened Monday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami. The YBA's first U.S. museum solo exhibition focuses on her work in neon.
"American audiences will experience the honesty and emotion that Tracey brings…Read more
Amid dancing to beats by DJ Spencer Sweeney, A.i.A. feted the winners and nominees of Rob Pruitt's 2013 Art Awards in Miami Beach on Tuesday night.Among those in attendance were Pruitt, dealer Gavin Brown, artist Jacolby Satterwhite, dealer Daniel…Read more
Independent Curators International (ICI) raised over $600,000 at its glitzy annual benefit and auction last night. Held at West Chelsea's Center548, the evening honored fashion designer Miuccia Prada and curator Germano Celant.In attendance were artists…Read more
One of the largest collections of contemporary art in Latin America opened in a new home this weekend in Mexico City.The modernist, David Chipperfield-designed Museo Jumex feted guests for opening weekend festivities. The collection comprises some 2,700…Read more
The seventh edition of PINTA, the Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Show, opened Thursday to a packed house at SoHo's 82 Mercer St., its new venue.
Featuring nearly 70 exhibitors from 20 countries, this year's fair (through Nov. 17) offers work…Read more
Art in all its forms was the belle of the Creative Time Fall Ball. The club Output, on Wythe Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, was all dressed up for the occasion, decked out in an interactive "Williamsburg Toile" installation by Ruffian…Read more
The paradox of artist-filmmaker Julian Schnabel, wrote Raphael Rubinstein in A.i.A. in 2011, "is to be at once highly visible as a cultural figure and deeply invisible as a painter." A new show aims to address that imbalance. From his first…Read more
The newly expanded Queens Museum, designed by London-based Grimshaw Architects, opened to a full house of supporters last night after a two-year, $69-million renovation. Current exhibitions range from contemporary Cuban art from the collection of…Read more