The December issue of A.i.A. hosts the Rob Pruitt Art Awards, a partly tongue-in-cheek celebration of artists, exhibitions and curators, founded by the New York-based artist in 2009.
Mark Morrisroe died young, in 1989, but he left behind 2,000 photographs that uniquely chronicle a milieu of cutting-edge artists and rough-trade hustlers.
For the past 20 years, Kevin Landers has photographed a New York that is falling apart, half-rotten, hobbling along, gouged, frayed, screwed together, broken, and faded. In a book of Landers' photos covering a period from the early 1990s to the...
A current exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art examines the early work of 30 artists constituting the last major art movement of the 20th century.