Art In America

Da Vinci Show Causes Lines, Surprises

"Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan," at the National Gallery in London [through Feb. 5], restricts itself to the commissioned esthetic output of the scientific innovator. Nonetheless, the show is full of surprises and...

PBS Correspondent Opens Political Gallery

Veteran PBS and Washington Post foreign correspondent Charles Krause opened his first gallery this past weekend in Washington, D.C., combining his interest in politics with a lifelong passion for art collecting. Charles Krause/Reporting Fine Art...

Fashion Projects Pop Up in Miami

Art Basel Miami Beach 2011 kicks off its 10th edition next week. And while, yes, the experience revolves around the main fair at the convention center and the satellite fairs, this is also the time when brands of all varieties assert their art...

Rubells Announce December Program

Each year, the Rubell Family Collection, the influential contemporary arts foundation based in Miami, showcases its recent acquisitions timed to Art Basel Miami Beach. This year, "American Exuberance" opens Nov. 30.

Christo's Colorado Project Is Finally Approved

Federal land regulators Monday approved artist Christo's long-running proposal for an installation along the Arkansas River in Colorado. The project, Over the River, was originally drawn up in 1992 in collaboration with the artist's late wife and...

VIP Founders Press Reset

VIP Art Fair, the first and only online art fair, is preparing for its second annual edition, to be held February 3-8, 2012 under the title "VIP 2.0." Founded by dealers James and Jane Cohan, the site launched last year with the promise of cutting...

White Cube Adds Space on Bermondsey

White Cube gallery is opening a third major London venue next month on Bermondsey Street, located in the city's burgeoning Southern arts area. The new gallery, set to be the largest space yet, will open its doors on Oct. 12, 2011, during the annual...

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