Art In America

Do Tough Guys Art?: An Interview with Richard Vine

July 19 marked the release of SoHo Sins, an art world murder mystery by Richard Vine, managing editor of A.i.A. Here, artist and fellow novelist Travis Jeppesen interrogates the author on his motives, the origins of the tale, and the seamy...

In the Studio: Christian Jankowski

Chief curator of this summer’s Manifesta 11, German artist Christian Jankowski speaks candidly about his artist-meets-nonartist plan for the global event, as well as his own irreverent artworks—videos that parody today’s mass media formats and art...

Total Service Artists

In an era of shrinking professional support, many artists are making self-sufficiency, self-evaluation and self-promotion integral parts of their artistic identity and their oeuvre. 

Auction Preview: Christie’s Evening Contemporary Sale 2015

Midway through this week’s contemporary art sales and prices show no signs of softening. Last night Sotheby’s sale tallied $380 million, with outlandish auction records for Christopher Wool ($30 million) and Mark Grotjahn ($6.5 million) among plenty...

Auction Preview: Christie’s “Looking Forward to the Past”

Christie's launches the second week of big-ticket spring auctions with "Looking Forward to the Past," spanning the years 1902 to 2011. This auction follows a new format inaugurated by the house in 2014, bringing postwar and contemporary art together...

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