After working intensely together as assistants to Richard Artschwager during the 1990s, artists Chris Freeman, Tenjin Ikeda, Todd Richmond, and Alan Ulrich split ways to build their careers elsewhere — and have now reunited 20 years later...
NEW YORK — Last year's devastating storm left the city's galleries — along with thousands of other small businesses — in desperate need. In the final days of December ARTINFO caught up with several of the affected spaces, including...
AGE: 46HAILS FROM: Turin, ItalyPRESIDES OVER: Bortolami Gallery, 520 West 20th street, New YorkGALLERY’S SPECIALTY: Contemporary ArtARTISTS SHOWN: Richard Aldrich, Daniel Buren, Tom Burr, Morgan Fisher, Michel François, Piero Golia, Thilo Heinzmann, Patrick...
Every 12 months, the editors of Art+Auction assemble a list of the individuals who have stood out in the art world over the last year, and publish our results as our Power List. On December 2, we published our Introduction, explaining the thinking...
Everything seems to be more subdued this year at Art Basel Miami Beach — everything, that is, but the prices. Though the collectors are all here and buying, the purchasing lacks the manic intensity of previous years. It’s refreshing, in a way, to see the...
MIAMI — In the wake of a natural disaster, attending an art fair might seem, at best, insignificant — at worst, an offensive distraction from rebuilding. But when that natural disaster floods the basement of the business you’ve worked 10 years to build and...
BLOUIN ARTINFO, Tom Chen
Art Basel Miami Beach is upon us. For art professionals, the giant event marks one of the busiest times of the year, a must-attend week of high-stakes activity. In order to take our readers behind the scenes of what Miami fair week has come to mean for the...
Benjamin Genocchio, Art+Auction
Sprawling throughout the lower level of an exclusive apartment complex in the Seoul Forest Park area of the South Korean capital is the boutique, invitation-only art fair, Gallery Seoul, now in its second year. A television crew trails an immaculately dressed...
As Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts crawl forward in Chelsea, a growing number of donors are moving in to aid artists and galleries shaken by the storm. Upper East Side dealer William Acquavella has just pledged $100,000 to the Art Dealers Association of...
Last Friday, Paul Kasmin Gallery and Artspace.com hosted a Hurricane Sandy Benefit Party at NYC’s Hotel Americano, kicking off their long-term collaboration to help raise funds for the ADAA Relief Fund aiding galleries impacted by the storm....
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