Art In America

Sara VanDerBeek

Previous projects have taken Sara VanDerBeek to American cities such as Detroit and New Orleans. For the photographs in her first one-person exhibition at Metro Pictures (all works 2013), the Baltimore native was granted extended access to several...

Photography Objet Manque

Creating sculptures and installations to be photographed and then dismantled, some contemporary artists put a fresh spin on the notion of photographic truth.

ZieherSmith Pops Up in Tennessee

Chelsea gallery ZieherSmith is making the best of the typically sleepy month of August. While many galleries close for a month-long vacation, Scott Zieher and Andrea Smith Zieher are heading south to open a pop-up gallery in the seemingly peculiar...

New York Gallery Week Is Upon Us

First it was Berlin; then Detroit joined in. Now, for the second year in a row, New York kicks off its own Gallery Week. NYGW features nearly 60 commercial galleries and non-profits. In an effort to bring greater public awareness to art spaces...

Having a Ball in Brooklyn

Some 600 people were in attendance at the first annual Brooklyn Artists Ball, held Wednesday night at the Brooklyn Museum. Dumbo-based Situ Studio wrapped the Great Hall's columns with white fabric and fitted them with narrow white benches. Perched on...

Halloween Fair

Feminist art from the 1970s was the costume of choice at NADA's first ever artist ball at Eventi, a hotel in Chelsea. A fundraiser to benefit the artists with whom the satellite art fair works with, at Sunday's Halloween fete guests were welcomed to a...

Brightest in Show

In this week's Art Basel-precipitated blur of fairs, performances, museum openings, art dinners and art parties, it is sometimes difficult to ascertain exactly where one is at any given moment. Liste—the well-loved "young art fair" that is generally...

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