"The neighborhood is gentrifying so fast, I have already turned down an offer of twice what I paid for the property," Kohn told A.i.A. in a phone interview.
Adam Pendleton is an artist based in New York City and Germantown, N.Y. In his work in various mediums, as Tom Williams wrote in A.i.A. in 2011, "he gives form to a complex exchange between art and racial politics, which the respective histories of...
Located at the intersection of South La Brea and Edgewood Place, the new site is in the neighborhood known as Mid-City.
Filipovic is currently senior curator of WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels. She will take up her new post Nov. 1.
This year the fine arts section boasts 23 fellows, in addition to 11 in photography and 14 in film and video.
When it reopens in 2016 after completing its 235,000-square-foot Snøhetta-designed expansion, the museum will unveil the John and Lisa Pritzker Center for Photography, which it says will be the largest exhibition space for photography of any art...
In each of his "New Film Stills" (2013), to be on view at Pace Gallery (Apr. 11-May 3), the actor mimics the pose Cindy Sherman struck and the costumes she wore in one of her late-1970s "Untitled Film Stills."
The U.S. chapter of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA-USA) has announced its annual best show awards. Eighteen winners and runners-up in nine categories are recognized from among more than 140 finalists proposed by AICA-USA's...
Russian art market analyst and investor Sergey Skaterschikov has purchased ARTnews magazine for an undisclosed sum via his company, Skate Capital Corp., ARTnews has announced.
Ruf, who turns 53 this year, has been director of the Kunsthalle Zurich since 2001.
Forty international contemporary art galleries, from New York's Untitled to Madrid's Galería Álvaro Alcázar, are taking a chance on a new art fair.
He succeeds Kate D. Levin, who served from 2002 to 2013 under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. His appointment will be announced today at the Queens Museum.
A graffitied former Chase bank branch on New York's Lower East Side and an uptown Park Avenue storefront will soon play host to a group of new bronze sculptures by Urs Fischer.
A new sculpture by Virginia Overton, stretching nearly 500 feet, will greet visitors to Storm King Art Center when it opens Apr. 2 for the 2014 season.
Nielsen has been assistant curator of late antique and Byzantine art at the Art Institute of Chicago since 2011. She takes up the new post in April.
Art dealer Perry Rubenstein has filed for bankruptcy in Los Angeles. A representative of his attorney, Victor A. Sahn of L.A.'s Sulmeyer Kupetz, confirmed that Rubenstein filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Mar. 17.
Running afoul of one of the main precepts of museum collection stewardship, the Delaware Art Museum has resolved to sell up to four works from its collection to pay off debts.
The roster is studded with historical figures, such as Joseph Beuys, Louise Bourgeois, Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Henri Matisse, and also includes heavy hitters like Thomas Hirschhorn and younger artists like Klara Liden.