Written by New York-based writer Phoebe Hoban, Lucian Freud: Eyes Wide Open uncovers many little-known aspects of the artist's turbulent life and rollercoaster career.
For her first New York museum solo exhibition, filling the Drawing Center's project space, Toronto-born, New York-based artist Deborah Grant presented a visually compelling and thematically cohesive group of recent multi-panel paintings plus a series...
The roster is studded with historical figures, such as Joseph Beuys, Louise Bourgeois, Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Henri Matisse, and also includes heavy hitters like Thomas Hirschhorn and younger artists like Klara Liden.
Four artists take on the challenges of our environmental crisis.
The most expensive artwork ever to sell at auction will soon be on public view.
Can developments in postwar photography be gauged in geopolitical terms? An ambitious survey of Latin American photography at Paris's Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain attempts to find out.
Agnieszka Kurant is chasing phantoms in "Exformation," on view at Long Island City's SculptureCenter (through Jan. 27).
Christie's New York achieved the highest total in auction history Tuesday at its postwar and contemporary art sale, which totaled $691.6 million, near the high estimate for the night.
New York gallery owner and socialite Hillel "Helly" Nahmad has pled guilty to charges of operating an illegal gambling ring.
The exhibition "Utopian Benches" was wood-craftsman-cum-installation-artist Francis Cape's sixth solo at Murray Guy.
"A billion-dollar contemporary art sale will happen soon enough," Christie's specialist Koji Inoue told A.i.A. at a press preview.
A group of 14 modernist works by artists including Moholy-Nagy, Picabia and Giacomo Balla buoyed Sotheby's Impressionist and modern art evening sale last night after two nights of doldrums at Christie's.
Ilit Azoulay is best known for panoramic photomontages such as The Keys (2010) and Room #8 (2011), which depict arrangements of materials she has collected from demolished buildings around south Tel Aviv.
In its early years Art in America cultivated a taste for Italian art—and fostered a new market for old masters—through scholarly articles by connoisseurs like Bernard Berenson.
At New York's Stable Gallery in 1953, Marcel Duchamp examined a wooden container studded with iron spikes and containing four loose stones.
The Japan Arts Association has announced the winners of the 25th annual Praemium Imperiale awards: Italy's Michelangelo Pistoletto in the category of painting, the UK's Antony Gormley for sculpture, Spanish tenor and conductor Plácido Domingo for...
Art Basel has announced the 258 galleries that will participate in the 12th edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach (Dec. 5-Dec. 8), the glitzy art fair that draws celebrities, dealers, artists and collectors from around the globe to the Miami Beach...