As its paradoxical title cautions, an upcoming survey of contemporary painting at New York's Museum of Modern Art, "The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World," is full of contradictions.
A freestanding, 14-foot-tall, canary yellow wall greeted visitors to Matt Connors's third solo show, "Machines," at Canada.
In the early 1970s, the French group Supports/Surfaces produced some of the era's most radical art in a seemingly unlikely medium. Today, their unstretched, semi-sculptural paintings speak to a whole new generation.
This sprawling exhibition of work by Michel Majerus, who was born in Luxembourg and lived in Berlin, was the first in the U.S. since his death, in a 2002 plane crash, at the age of 35.
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.
The 30th edition of Art Brussels went head to head with Art Cologne this past weekend. They opened just a day apart. The bulk of the fair comprised up-and-coming European galleries like Soy Capitán (Berlin), Torri (London), fluxia (Milan), Plan B...
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has announced the selection of its 2012 Guggenheim Fellows. The 181 winners were culled from a field of almost 3,000 applicants and represent 54 different disciplines in the creative arts, humanities,...
Art in America presents its curtain raiser to the New York art world's March Madness, the 2011 edition of Armory Week. Here are just some of the off-site highlights to hit this week.