With 66 exhibitions by 51 galleries at Gallery Weekend Berlin 2013, one might think that there’s simply no way to see it all. We’ve proved them wrong. Thanks to unparalleled access, a crack staff of reviewers — Alexander Forbes (AF), Gesine Borcherdt (...
Sara Roffino, Benjamin Sutton
It’s been a long winter of shuttling between galleries and museums, but now that spring seems to have finally arrived in New York City — don’t jinx it! — and summer just around the corner, it’s time for art’s seasonal migration back out into the streets,...
Visitors tour large-scale inflatable sculptures during a preview of the exhibition "Inflation!" at the site of an upcoming park in the West Kowloon cultural district in Hong Kong. The works include "Complex Pile" by American artist Paul...
HONG KONG – A solo exhibition titled “You (you).” comprising of all new works by Lee Kit will be shown at the Venice Biennale 2013. The Hong Kong artist, born in 1978, is known for subtle works that meditate on the everyday, using painting and...
Céline Piettre, Tom Chen
BRUSSELS — The 31st edition of Art Brussels just wrapped up under the new leadership of Anne Lafère on the business side and Katerina Gregos, curator and artistic director. Here's a look at 60 Works in 60 Seconds from...
PARIS — Kurt Perschke's huge red ball is the talk of Paris. The American artist is installing it in a new location each day, to the delight of tourists and Parisians alike. The RedBall Project will be touring Paris...
Last week’s episode of This American Life (“Picture Show”) set the art world abuzz with a tale of an unusual — and apparently fairly widespread — scheme that contemporary artists have been roped into.The focus of the story is Schandra...
On July 16, 2012, a painting by a little-known artist sold at Christie’s for $74,500, nearly ten times its high estimate of $8,000. The work that yielded this unexpected result — an acrylic teal-hued painting of a rocky coast called “Nob Hill”...
Venice is a city always haunted by the specter of rising tides. But when the Venice Biennale returns this summer, it'll be impossible to escape the issue, courtesy two island nations who are using the art festival to make a point about the looming threat...
LONDON — “Saatchi of the North” Frank Cohen and Danish collector Nicolai Frahm’s much anticipated contemporary art venue — The Dairy Art Centre — opens to the public April 25 with a solo exhibition by the Swiss artist John Armleder. “We’ve collected [...
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