Art In America

Andrea Rosen Gallery to Expand on 24th Street

New York's Andrea Rosen Gallery will expand to a new space, also on 24th Street in Chelsea. "It's 1,350 square feet, which is small in comparison to the trend of huge second spaces," Rosen told A.i.A. The new venue will share the name of the project...

Donald Young (1942-2012)

Chicago art dealer Donald Young has died at 69. Young died after a yearlong battle with cancer, according to a statement from his gallery. Born in England in 1942, Young worked at a London gallery before moving to Paris in the early ‘60s, where he...

Society Portrait: George Condo in New York

On Tuesday night, New York's admirers of satirical-style oil painting and drawing convened at the New Museum for "George Condo: Mental States," a survey spanning 30 years. The art world and celebrity fan club that showed up matched the paintings' mix...

Julian Schnabel Busies the Beach

Since 2005, Maybach, the century-older German luxury car manufacturer, has also pursued excellence in the world of contemporary art. They notably supported Christo and Jeanne-Claude's The Gates in New York's Central Park; in 2009, the company...

A New World

This week, Creed opens his third solo exhibition at Gavin Brown's Enterprise (GBE), and inaugurates the gallery's newly expanded space. His site-specific installation remakes the entire gallery floor with a horizontal arrangement of more than 100...

Inside the Rubell Family

In the late 1960s, Don and Mera Rubell, a newlywed couple living on the upper eastside of New York City, began to share an enthusiasm for contemporary art. On weekends they trafficked the Manhattan grid visiting galleries uptown, in midtown,...

William Pope.L, Yard by Yard

By the late 1950s, the Abstract Expressionist painter Allan Kaprow (1927–2006) began to consider the ‘action’ component of Action Painting far more important than the painting part. In 1959, the painter who set off countless gestures orchestrated 18...

Profiling: Will Ryman

Will Ryman is known as the creator of crude, wacky, large-scale figurative sculptures, and as a fabricator of papier-mâché urban detritus, some of it 20 feet tall. That might makeshim an unlikely offspring of the celebrated minimalist painter Robert...

A House With a View

The strongest piece at Katharina Fritsch's show at the Kunsthaus Zurich is a figure of the Virgin Mary that has been painted black; it stands at about life-size, positioned before a silkscreen print depicting a wall of ivy leaves.

The Da Vinci Clone

The filmmaker Peter Greenaway likes to ruffle feathers-if not, indeed, to pluck the whole bird naked. He had ample opportunity to do both in the run-up to his "dialogue" with Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper in Milan last year. Leonardo's Last Supper...

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