From Martin Puryear at Matthew Marks to R.H. Quaytman at Gladstone.
Censored Justin Bieber Art Swapped for Emoji Sculpture
High Line Art Announces John Wesley Billboard
Frank Lloyd Wright New Jersey House Reborn in Arkansas
Artist Reveals Another Clue to 24-Year-Old Mystery at CIA
Sonnabend Gallery to Shutter and Lease Space to Lehmann Maupin
Time Magazine Commissions Artist Titus Kaphar for Cover?
National Gallery of Art Welcomes First Comic Books to Its Permanent Collection
Baltimore Art Museum Celebrates 100 Years With New American Wing
José Parlá's Art Unifies at One World Trade Center
National Gallery Acquires Scottish Masterpiece with Art Teacher's Funds
Sexy calendars, uber-rich art collectors, and Batman.
And Christie’s had the highest value sale, at £12 million.
Don't miss this artist's "dingbat" deconstructionist photos.
The artist chats about chaos, the market, and museums v. galleries.
A lawsuit and campaign contributions threaten the museum's construction.
Change is coming to the world's second biggest auction house.
The retrospective is a "relational aesthetics" theme park for art nerds.
The 2014 Hugo Boss Awards was a star-studded affair.
But does he really own the rights to giant red balls?
Artist-to-watch Yves Scherer's Berlin show suggests so.
They say the winning projects will be "easy to enjoy."
THE DAILY PIC: The artist's furniture has a looseness his sculptures lack.
The board is conducting a search for a new CEO.
Even more from our "Super Flemish" series. You're welcome.
A student backed into the $605,000 installation to snap a photo.
Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1 is the most expensive painting by a female artist…
With plans to turn Pier 54 into a park, an art show revisits grittier times.
Milan, capital of fashion, is also a contemporary art hotspot.
Only 68 percent of the works on offer found buyers
The Whitney's goodbye party was quite a trip.
The Renzo Piano-designed building will double its exhibition space.
The New York Historical Society show marks a departure from portraiture.
Check out what Simon de Pury's been looking at lately.
The Met casts a new light on the once derided "sour-looking bitch."
THE DAILY PIC: In 1787, the American's portraits were built from angles.