Eric Gonon, Aaron Sherman
Frieze New York returns to Randall's Island for its second edition May 10 to 13. In addition to works on display from 180 of the world's contemporary arts galleries, you'll find an outdoor sculpture park and even a speakeasy-style bar hidden in the...
Once again, ARTINFO has sent its intrepid staff into the streets of New York, charged with reviewing the art they saw in a single (sometimes run-on) sentence. (To see our One-Line Reviews as an illustrated slideshow, click here.)* El Anatsui, “Broken Bridge...
“Art can take you to funny places,” says Richard Artschwager on a rainy August afternoon in the modest one-bedroom apartment he shares with his wife, Ann. The couple, who met in 1991 while Ann was working at the Mary Boone Gallery, in New York, are in the...
On Tuesday the self-proclaimed “bitterly nostalgic” New York blogger Jeremiah Moss did something that few have thought to do: he openly criticized the High Line. He’s not the first to publicly cast his disapproval of Chelsea’s elevated park, citing in the...
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