Art In America

Menil Collection to Return Byzantine Frescoes in March

The Menil Collection announced that after March 4, 2012, it will relinquish frescoes hung in Houston's Byzantine Fresco Chapel to the Orthodox Church of Cyprus, marking the conclusion of a 28-year loan. The Menil built the chapel to house the...

Nicole Klagsbrun Relocates in Chelsea

New York dealer Nicole Klagsbrun will close her pioneering second-floor gallery at 526 West 26th Street gallery in November, relocating to a new space two blocks away. Klagsbrun will maintain a ground floor project room at 534 West 24th St,...

LACMA Announces Academy Cinema

Tuesday, the respective boards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art officially agreed to embark on the construction of a long-awaited addition to this cinematic city: an Academy movie museum to...

Renewable Resource: Art Takes the Lukoil Station

Beginning tomorrow, the Lukoil station at 10th Avenue and West 24th Street will offer something more than gas and bodega wares. Through Sept. 22, a pop-up exhibition, "Art Station," will take up residence in the endearingly grungy holdout from the...

Behind the Glass: PC Valmorbida

Speculation about speculation isn't entirely beyond the purview of this 23-year-old Aussie transplant, whose steel-and-glass Prism Gallery on the Sunset Strip has put on some of the more innovative and unpredictable shows to hit Los Angeles since it...

Rachel Khedoori

“Warfare is a great matter to a nation; it is the ground of death and of life; it is the way of survival and destruction, and must be examined.” Thus begins The Art of War, written by Sun Tzu more than 2,500 years ago. The words and spirit of this...

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