In the fall of 2011, when New York art dealer Daniel Reich closed his eponymous Chelsea gallery, he announced plans to relocate to an undetermined new space, where he hoped to find a "new formula or a new format for the art gallery," one "that departs from the white cube as we no [sic] it today." That was a year and a half ago; Reich never set up in a new location. Read More
The Carnegie International, which will be on view at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art from Oct. 5, 2013-Mar. 16, 2014, has released its artist list. Read More
Last month, MoMA PS1 erected a geodesic dome in New York's Rockaways to complement the Long Island City museum's upcoming summer exhibition. "Expo 1: New York" (May 12-Sept. 2), organized by PS1 director (and part-time Rockaways resident) Klaus Biesenbach, will address some of the ecological and sociopolitical challenges impacting contemporary life with art installations, lectures and a film program. Read More
A year and a half after moving from her sprawling space on the second floor of a large building on 26th Street to a much smaller street-level space on 24th, New York art dealer Nicole Klagsbrun is closing her eponymous gallery and stepping away from the commercial art world. The current Sean Bleuchel show is on view until Apr. 6. The gallery's next show, of work by Ben Durham, will be its last (Apr. 12 through June). Read More
New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that, starting July 1, it will remain open seven days a week. It has been closed on Mondays since 1971. The Cloisters, the Met's branch for medieval art and architecture in Fort Tryon Park, will also be open throughout the week. Read More
Collage and acrylic on paper, thread, string, plastic lid
48 x 30 ¼ in.