Art In America

The Agenda: This Week in Los Angeles

A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events in L.A. this week: a book launch by Hesse Press with Kate Hall and Sarah Rara at the MOCA Store; an exhibition of shifting arrangements by Nancy and Brenna Ivanhoe at the Situation Room; a...

The Disappearing Mural

For a show at Castelli Gallery in 1983, Pop pioneer Roy Lichtenstein produced the 96½-foot-long Greene Street Mural, which was destroyed at the end of the exhibition. This fall, Gagosian's 24th Street location mounts "Roy Lichtenstein: Greene Street...

Whitney Biennial 2014

Is there such a thing as curatorial temperament? On the basis of the 2014 Whitney Biennial, the answer would have to be a qualified yes, or rather three stifled "yeahs."

The Warhol of Our Minds

Sotheby’s sale in November of Andy Warhol’s 1962 painting 200 One Dollar Bills, for $43.7 million, was a signal not only that the art market is roaring back but that fascination with Warhol has never gone away.

Top Ten From the Armory Show Modern

What more can you ask of the Armory Show Modern than to provide a few transcendent moments with some art-historical significance and a bit of emotional depth?

Dike Blair With Steel Stillman

Dike Blair is having a good year: in April he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in the visual arts, and this month a major exhibition of his work, “Now and Again,” opens at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, in Greensboro, N.C.

A Stone for Unica Zurn

An artist of manifold gifts and a deeply troubled soul, Unica Zürn was associated with the Parisian Surrealists, by whom she was largely eclipsed. A current show brings her work to light.

Uneasy Delights

In paintings that teem with decorative and narrative detail, Kamrooz Aram traces affinities between his Iranian heritage and global visual culture.

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