Richard Meier On Collages, Picasso, And, Well, Sex

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VIDEO: A new show of his artwork honors the architect’s 80th birthday.

Banksy's New York Residency Revisited

Cait Munro

An upcoming HBO documentary sheds light on the meaning behind the madness.

Must-See Art Guide: Munich

Judith Probst

This week’s guide includes Otto Piene, Oskar Kokoschka, and others.

We Love Collecting. . . Jeff Koons, The World's Most Collectible Artist

Astrid T. Hill

Even the artist's peripheral work has a strong secondary market.

Ben Davis
artnet News Appoints Ben Davis National Art Critic

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He will review the best shows at museums and galleries nationwide.

Movie Producer Sues Warhol Superstar's Widower Over Image Rights

Coline Milliard

More than 40 years after her death, Edie Sedgwick continues to stir passions.

Gianni Jetzer to Be Hirshhorn Museum's Curator at Large

Rozalia Jovanovic

The curator is known for shaking things up.

Market Snapshot: Martin Sharp

Chloe Wyma

The recently deceased graphic artist is more popular now than ever.

Photography Mecca C/O Berlin Reopens

Alexander Forbes

Forced out of its former home, the institution is now back in action.

Magnus Resch Photo: David Sonntag, courtesy Magnus Resch
Will Market Aversion Snuff Out German Galleries?

Magnus Resch

A new book has startling conclusions about the state of the country’s primary market.

Kazimir Malevich's "Black Square", Version 1

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: The Russian's minimal masterworks had maximalist roots.

Eli Broad Adds Jordan Wolfson's Terrifying Robot to Collection

Eileen Kinsella

News broke at a press luncheon at Le Cirque, of course.

The Inner Happiness of Ugo Rondinone's Performing Clowns

Sam Gaskin

Sam Gaskin breaks the fourth wall at the Shanghai exhibit “Breathe, Walk, Die.”

Light installation at Robot Heart last year
7 Of The Most Fun Art Events For Halloween Weekend

Lorraine Rubio

Cemetery visits, Robot Heart, and Christian Löffler await.

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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Aside, What To Do With The Elgin Marbles?

Sarah Cascone

Can celebrities save the world, or at least get back stolen art?

artnet Asks: Goldfish Artist Riusuke Fukahori

Lorraine Rubio

He was widely recognized in 2012 for his eerily lifelike depictions of goldfish.

Henri Matisse, Odalisque in Red Pants, the original at left, and the unimpressive fake that had replaced it on the right. Photo: Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Caracas Sofia Imber, Venezuela.
A Stolen Matisse and Its Forgery Share Top Billing in Venezuela

Sarah Cascone

Will the real Odalisque in Red Pants please stand up?

Meet 20 of the World's Most Innovative Art Collectors

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See who's rethinking collecting for the 21st century.

Alfred Wallis, Houses at St Ives, Cornwall (c. 1928–42)Photo via: Tate
91 Million Orphan Artworks Are Now Free To The Public

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

The so-called “orphan works” make up 50 percent of British public archives.

Beyoncé at the Louvre.
Beyoncé and Jay Z Elevate The Art Selfie Into a Movement

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

The global trend also gets a book.

Wife Of Disgraced, Jailed Art Adviser Helge Achenbach Protests His Innocence

Henri Neuendorf

Dorothee Achenbach is adamant that her husband didn't defraud clients.

Terence Gower Finds a Use for Modernism

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: The artist's pavilion is half market stall, half Bauhaus gem.

Prospect.3 Trains Its Eye Provocatively On the Art World's Social Failings

Christian Viveros-Fauné

The show is a crossroads for art to gauge itself against real-world problems.

Chris Ofili's Glittering, Dung-Encrusted Paintings Return to New York

Cait Munro

See the New Museum's brilliant tribute to his twenty-year career.

Market Snapshot: James Milton Sessions

Chloe Wyma

An underrated master of an underrated genre, James Sessions's market shows potential.

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