Sotheby's CEO William Ruprecht Pushed Out—Finally

Eileen Kinsella

The board is conducting a search for a new CEO.

Wolverine, Princess Leia, and Other Superheroes Get the Old Master Touch, Part II

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Even more from our "Super Flemish" series. You're welcome.

What Happens When An Ai Weiwei Crab Is Accidentally Crushed at Sotheby's?

Christie Chu

A student backed into the $605,000 installation to snap a photo.

“Pier 54" Bridges New York's Renegade Past and Its Gentrifying Present

Ben Davis

With plans to turn Pier 54 into a park, an art show revisits grittier times.

Must-See Art Guide: Milan

Audrey Fair

Milan, capital of fashion, is also a contemporary art hotspot.

Was Christie's $46 Million American Art Auction a Flop?

Eileen Kinsella

Only 68 percent of the works on offer found buyers

A Whitney-Themed Hallucination in the Breuer Building

Cait Munro

The Whitney's goodbye party was quite a trip.

The Whitney Museum's new Renzo Piano-designed downtown location, opening May 1, 2015. Photo: Timothy Schenck courtesy the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Whitney's New Meatpacking Home Opens May 1

Sarah Cascone

The Renzo Piano-designed building will double its exhibition space.

Annie Leibovitz on Susan Sontag, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Her Bucket List

Cait Munro

The New York Historical Society show marks a departure from portraiture.

Simon's World . . . On Instagram

Simon de Pury

Check out what Simon de Pury's been looking at lately.

Paul Cézanne, Madame Cézanne in a Red Armchair (c.1877)Photo: Courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Who Was Cézanne's Enigmatic Wife?

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

The Met casts a new light on the once derided "sour-looking bitch."

Mather Brown, A Cubist Before Picasso

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: In 1787, the American's portraits were built from angles.

€500 Million Ponzi Scheme Suspected at Paris Museum

Coline Milliard

Is the Musée des Lettres et Manuscrits just an elaborate front?

Should the Smithsonian Address the Bill Cosby Rape Allegations?

Eileen Kinsella

As media outlets distance themselves, the museum remains silent.

10 Tips for Traveling the Art World in Style

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Because nobody wants to arrive at Art Basel in Miami Beach looking like crap.

Steven Meisel Shoots Arty Nudes for Pirelli's Provocative Annual Calendar

Christie Chu

Is the tire company taking a page from Allen Jones?

Would You Spend $3.3 Million on This Renaissance Painting?

Sarah Cascone

Very rare Matteo Giovanetti panel paintings make unexpected auction splash.

Ahmed Alsoudani Explores Effects of War at Barbara Gladstone

Angela Zonunpari

The Iraqi-American artist navigates its psychological impact on society.

When Massimiliano Gioni Met Camille Henrot: A New Museum Dinner Tale

Cait Munro

It was like the time Angelina Jolie met Winona Ryder.

artnet Asks: Textile Artist Olga de Amaral

Lorraine Rubio

Her tapestries fuse craft, pre-Columbian painting, and minimalist sculpture.

Robert Storr and Daniel Libeskind on Picasso and Giacometti

Josh Niland

Storr has guest-curated a show that unites modern masters with artists of today.

Public Art Installation at NorthPark Brought To You By San Francisco Artist Jim Campbell

Christina Rees

The work is made up of 1,500 suspended LED lights.

Liz Glynn and Dawn Kasper Team Up for Public at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Sarah Cascone

Their performance will transform the park’s rotunda into a planetarium.

A rendering of the Faena Forum, Miami Beach, designed by Rem Koolhaas. Photo: courtesy Faena and OMA.
What is the Latest Miami Art Hotspot?

Sarah Cascone

Rem Koolhaas-Designed Faena Forum Art Space is all about art, money, power.

Neo-Impressionism: Philosophy or Great Decor?

Blake Gopnik

A new show reveals the profundities–and gorgeous surfaces–of the movement.