"Through the arts, Ebola will not kill our spirits," says one participant.
£100 Million Increase in Scottish Arts Funding
Sculptor Sui Jianguo's Central Park Debut
Critics Trash Renzo Piano's Harvard Museums Expansion
Historic Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Hits the Auction Block
$8 Million Arts Venue For Culver City
Christie's Takes a Cue from eBay With 'Buy or Bid' Feature
Meet Vincenzo Pipino, Venice's Notorious Gentleman Art Thief
Turkish Cultural Workers Plan Hunger Strike
Gchat Conversations Published in Artist's New Book
Spandex Bodysuit Art is the Next Big Thing
The four stolen sculptures are worth up to £20,000.
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VIDEO: A new show of his artwork honors the architect’s 80th birthday.
The designer was adamant about recording the making of his last fall collection.
An upcoming HBO documentary sheds light on the meaning behind the madness.
This week’s guide includes Otto Piene, Oskar Kokoschka, and others.
Even the artist's peripheral work has a strong secondary market.
He will review the best shows at museums and galleries nationwide.
More than 40 years after her death, Edie Sedgwick continues to stir passions.
The curator is known for shaking things up.
The recently deceased graphic artist is more popular now than ever.
Forced out of its former home, the institution is now back in action.
A new book has startling conclusions about the state of the country’s primary market.
THE DAILY PIC: The Russian's minimal masterworks had maximalist roots.
News broke at a press luncheon at Le Cirque, of course.
Sam Gaskin breaks the fourth wall at the Shanghai exhibit “Breathe, Walk, Die.”
Cemetery visits, Robot Heart, and Christian Löffler await.
Can celebrities save the world, or at least get back stolen art?
He was widely recognized in 2012 for his eerily lifelike depictions of goldfish.
Will the real Odalisque in Red Pants please stand up?
See who's rethinking collecting for the 21st century.
The so-called “orphan works” make up 50 percent of British public archives.
The global trend also gets a book.
Dorothee Achenbach is adamant that her husband didn't defraud clients.
THE DAILY PIC: The artist's pavilion is half market stall, half Bauhaus gem.