You can't mess with Norway's national hero.
Wolfgang Tillmans Wins 2015 Hasselblad Photography Award
Turkish President Erdogan Fined for Insulting Sculpture Celebrating the Reconciliation Between Turkey and Armenia
Mega Collector Paul Allen Finds Wreckage of Japan's Biggest WWII Warship, the IJN Musashi
Dubai To Get Its Own Eiffel Tower, The Museum of the Future
Powerhouse Pearl Lam Opens New Gallery in Hong Kong
Disputed Van Dyck Self-Portrait Genuine After All and Goes on Display
Art Historian Gustavo Buntinx Boycotts Havana Biennial Over Ludicrous Charges Against Tania Bruguera
Dealers Go Bananas Over Leaking Armory Show Roof as Snowstorm Hits New York
Kurt Vonnegut Drawings On Sale To Fund Documentary
David Geffen Donates $100 million to Lincoln Center
Simon de Pury seeks art in Azerbaijan, Warsaw, and Paris.
Another important archeological site falls victim to jihadist militants.
Haacke's sculpture was co-opted by London's conservative Mayor, Boris Johnson.
THE DAILY PIC: The latest Triennial is at the mercy of our sold-out, OCD culture.
With emojis, stickers, and fiber art, PULSE is ready for its close-up.
Old parasols are fashioned into something beautiful and new.
The Met's collection may surprise you.
The definitive list, including results through February 2015.
From William J. O’Brien's sculptures at Boesky to Wael Shawky’s drawings at Lisson.
Who made the cut?
The standout work is painfully obvious.
The artist is accused of misleading the jury.
THE DAILY PIC: The museum's new chief curator falls in love with its holdings.
A pink tank and mini jails are among the offerings at Amelia Johnson Contemporary.
Lehmann Maupin sells some Tracey Emin artworks for between $70,000 and $90,000.
"If I had a religion, it would be art" says the (un)SCENE's Mikel Glass.
Solo booths with artists from Aboudia to Thomas Nozkowski expected to bring crowds.
This month's artists include Kehinde Wiley, Tony Cragg, and more.
New York's elite braved the elements for the most lavish preview of the week.
Guests got a delightful tour that started, oddly, in a bathroom.
Dustin Yellin's hyped-up, money-shredding installation does not disappoint.
“You’re telling the world we’re not good enough!”
The Rubells discovered Oscar Murillo there in 2012. Who's next?
Alex Da Corte's Twisted Installation at Luxembourg and Dayan Channels Blue Velvet and Pee Wee's Playhouse
What begins with a Robert Gober drain and ends in a “cadaver room"?
Bill Gates, Bernard Arnault, and Michael Bloomberg in the top entries.