For its first edition set apart from the Dorotheum-sponsored Vienna Art Week, Vienna Gallery Weekend brought together 39 of the city’s gallery and project spaces for three days of openings, talks, and events from May 3-5. With that move and Vienna Fair’s...
Is the art world, always hungry for something new, suddenly developing a renewed appreciation for gravitas? Joan Semmel, Robert Irwin, and Anthony Caro — octogenarians, all — have earned solo exhibitions and careful reappraisal from...
Darryl Jingwen Wee
TOKYO — In this week’s run-up to the two major art fairs opening this weekend — Art Fair Tokyo at the Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho from March 22-24, and G-tokyo at Tokyo Midtown on March 23-24 — a number of galleries are holding several...
SHANGHAI — New York has Chelsea, the Lower East Side, Bushwick, and so on. Beijing has 798 and Caochangdi. Now ARTINFO introduces Shanghai’s best art districts.The M50 HubLike a bus terminus or a railway station, people arrive at the M50 hub with very...
Auckland Fringe is an open-access, pan-arts festival that aims to provide a platform for practitioners to present innovative work in an environment of artistic freedom and to enable audiences to access these eclectic arts experiences. First held in 2009,...
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Lori Fredrickson, Alanna Martinez, Benjamin Sutton
This year, for Valentine's Day, we got you this article-shaped box of delicious chocolate artworks. Some of them are sweet, others tend toward the bitter end of the flavor spectrum, a few are very dark, and one is white, but all of them have a distinct taste...
While the history of art movements includes many that were either short-lived or limited to few active participants — “Vorticism,” the largely forgotten Cubist-based modernism movement that resurfaced at Tate Britain in 2011 is one that comes to mind — from...
In previous columns, we've assembled lists of essential reading for artists (see here and here). But we have also, in our research, run across a few books that are not-so-essential — or downright inexplicable and bizarre. Here, then, are 20...
Terri Ciccone, Benjamin Sutton
NEW YORK — In a city ruled by real estate, the overlooked, undervalued, and condemned corners of the built environment lying just beyond the municipal government's vision often provide the most fertile grounds for surreptitious, short-lived, and sumptuous...
With Sundance just passed, Oscars on the horizon, and a cold New York winter keeping us indoors, ARTINFO HQ has been abuzz with movie talk lately. As is to be expected, there have been more than a few conversations about our favorite art films and...
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