Art In America

Top Finds at Paris Photo Los Angeles

Like Art Basel, which branched out from Basel to Miami in 2002 and will  add Art Basel Hong Kong this month, Paris Photo established a new venue  this year with Paris Photo Los Angeles. The fair, which will have its 17th edition in France in November,...

Regen Projects Goes Hollywood

Hollywood is relatively uncharted territory for the Los Angeles art world, with the majority of galleries concentrated in West LA and Culver City. Regen Projects joins Perry Rubenstein, which arrived in the area in June.

Minter, Youngman To De-Virginize Cattelan-Gioni Space Tonight

After repeatedly announcing his retirement, artist Maurizio Cattelan is back in the game running his latest project, a gallery called Family Business, which opens tonight. Cattelan is programming the space with the New Museum's Massimiliano Gioni,...

Cranbrook Art Museum Reopens With SmithGroup Addition

The Cranbrook Art Museum at the Cranbrook Academy of Art reopens today after a two-year, $22-million restoration and expansion of its original building, designed by the father-son team of Eliel and Eero Saarinen. A new 20,000-square-foot...

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

This week we check out Marilyn Minter's video of a toddler splashing around in silver paint at Salon94's Bowery location, Nava Lubelski's lovingly mended household items at LMAK Projects and 20-plus years of Bill Jacobson's photos at Julie Saul.

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

With an ever-growing number of galleries scattered around New York, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Where to begin? Here at A.i.A., we are always on the hunt for clever, memorable shows that stand out in a crowded field. Every Thursday, we'll post...

Team Freire Expands Its Clubhouse

José Freire is at the top of his game. He has ridden the waves of the fluctuating fortunes of the art market since opening his first gallery in 1987. Tonight, he launches a second space in SoHo, around the corner from his 83 Grand Street gallery,...

Early Hard-Core: Q+A With Marilyn Minter

In the early '90s, Marilyn Minter was emerging on the New York scene when she suddenly found herself ostracized for a group of paintings based on photos from hard-core pornographic magazines. Sexual activity, especially fellatio, is the subject of an...

Simmons to Make Splash on Salon 94 Bowery Wall

The Bowery location has about 2,000 square feet, so, inspired by 42nd Street, Salon94 will carve out another exhibition space: the street. A key architectural feature of the new space is an exterior LCD video wall, measuring 6-by-10 feet and featuring...

Audrey Flack

This show presented anew Audrey Flack’s Photo-Realist work, including three major paintings from the ’70s and 20 of the color photos she used as the basis of these and similar paintings. Born in 1931, Flack found success in her 40s with imposing,...

Studio Visit: On Tour With Marilyn Minter

On the eve of their initial exhibition last year at New York's Salon 94 Freemans, I stopped by Marilyn Minter's Soho studio for a peek at her Mouth series. Not unlike Hans Namuth's photographs of Jackson Pollock, Minter had captured subjects marking...

NSFS: A Video Interview With K48

When first asked to do a video interview with Art in America for "No Soul For Sale: A Festival of Independents," a four-day celebration of independent collectives opening this evening at the X Initiative's Chelsea space, K48 founder Scott Hug agreed...

Chewing Candy: Marilyn Minter's Green Pink Caviar Trailer

There's a new reason to battle tourist season in Times Square this month: Creative Time's foray into yet another unexpected part of the city, 44 ½, is a series of provocative video works that screen hourly on MTV's gilded HD screen in Times Square.

Chewing Candy: A Glossary

Mary Welling Blackburn views Creative Time latest project, "441/2," a series of film screenings in Times Square. Curated by Marilyn Minter, "Chewing Candy" runs through the month of April.

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