Art In America

The Rubells Capitalize in DC

The Rubells purchased the former Randall School at 65 I Street SW in D.C. for $6.5 million from the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design, which bought the school from the city in 2006 but never developed the site. In a joint venture...

ArtLA President Stephen Cohen Says His Fair Will Regroup

With evidence of an economic turnaround still in question at the start of a new year, one Los Angeles art fair has decided to pull up stakes. The sixth edition of the artLA fair, scheduled for January 21-24 in Santa Monica, announced cancellation on...

Washington, DC: 36 Artists in 36 Hours

In Fall 2010, the Rubells will bring "30 Americans"—a survey of works by African-American artists from the 60s to the present owned by the Rubells—to the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Sarah Newman, curator of contemporary art for the Corcoran, said the...

Mounting Pressure for DC Galleries

G Fine Art, widely acknowledged as one of the premiere contemporary art galleries in Washington, D.C., will close in August. Housed on the second floor of a three-story galleries building, the gallery—whose stable features some of the most innovative...

Lynda Benglis/Robert Morris: 1973‚??1974

Let's not fault Artforum for being unreasonable. It would tarnish any art magazine's credibility to allow artists to purchase editorial space within its pages. But that was not the specific complaint offered by the magazine's editors when, late in...

Nick and Sheila Pye

The young career of Nick and Sheila Pye has spanned video, performance, installation and photography, incorporating such tried-and-true genres as still-life and portraiture, and the narrative structures of filmmaking. In their new exhibition...

Masquerade: Dawn Black's Surreal Sociology

Dawn Black's solo exhibition, The Conceal Project, is on view at Curator's Office, in Washington D.C. through March 21st. Kriston Capps is a critic based in Washington, D.C.

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