This week on Gallery Night, ARTINFO went to two openings at the Yossi Milo Gallery in Chelsea. French photographer Charles Fréger traveled to 19 European countries to photograph "Wilder Mann," a custom that takes place once a year in the winter,...
What I’m about to say might be self-evident if you are on the business end of the art world, but if you aren’t, listen up: A lot of what gets written about the art market is crap. It isn't necessarily meant to be so, but the whole thing is set up so that it's...
Russian galleries were the main attraction of the Art Paris Art Fair. More then 50,000 people visited this year's fair, with opening day especially crowded. Sale prices ranged from 5,000 to 100,000 euros. Art Paris Art Fair seems to attract a wider range...
Claes Oldenburg’s 1962 sculpture Floor Burger — a four-by-seven-foot painted canvas stuffed with foam rubber and cardboard boxes — caused an uproar in 1967 when the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) purchased it from New York’s Sidney...
Rebecca Knapp Adams, Art+Auction
Americana is the realm of staid 18th-century brown furniture, simple painted chests, timeworn weather vanes, quaint folk portraits, and sensible schoolgirl samplers. Yet when Americana Week descends on New York each January, the attendant fuss generated by...
This week in our video series Eye on Art, Matthew Drutt, Executive Director of the Blouin Cultural Advisory Group, takes us along to three shows in Chelsea that all utilize technology and loud sounds at the core of the works on display. He checks out the...
“You just have so much knowledge in one room,” says Chicago dealer Catherine Edelman, president of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), of the group’s 33rd annual Photography Show, on view at the Park Avenue Armory April 4...
Before Jean-Michel Basquiat could afford studios and canvases, he painted all over his apartments — on walls, doors, refrigerators, and any other bare surface he could find. In 1979, the still unknown artist began transforming his girlfriend Alexis Adler’s...
Judith Gura, Art+Auction
Visitors entering John Axelrod’s spacious town house apartment in Boston’s Back Bay are met by Myrna Loy, an affable Australian terrier, and an eruption of graffiti art by the likes of Dondi, Crash, and Lady Pink invading an environment of pristine walls,...
The Bonhams Australia sale of works from the collection of recently deceased art collector Colin Laverty at the Museum of Contemporary Art on 24 March will be one of the most closely watched art auctions in recent years. Featuring a range of works by some of...
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