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David Heffel on Why He Loves Canadian Art

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David Heffel talks career highlights, and offers his picks for Canada's best…

Basquiat's Notebooks at the Brooklyn Museum Offer a Glimpse Into the Private Life of an Icon

Cait Munro

See our exclusive interview with the curators of "Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks."

During protests-turned-riots on Monday, the day of Freddie Gray's funeral, a Baltimore police officer throws an object at the crowd. Photo: Patrick Semansky courtesy AP.
Photographers Beaten and Arrested by Police During Baltimore Freddie Gray Protests

Sarah Cascone

The incident was captured on camera by one of the photographer's coworkers.

New Jersey Pop-Up The Gateway Project Gets Permanent Newark Gallery Home

Sarah Cascone

The inaugural exhibition will trace this country's movement toward racial equality.

Film Producer Vittorio Cecchi Gori Accuses His Actress Ex-Wife of Stealing a $1 Million Basquiat

Henri Neuendorf

The painting disappeared from their Rome residence following their divorce in 2000.

Salman RushdiePhoto via: Salon
Salman Rushdie Scolds Charlie Hebdo PEN Award Boycotters

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Rushdie called the six boycotters, all prominent writers, "pussies."

At the Met, Wolfgang Tillmans's View of Buildings

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: The German photog gives us a barrage of images.

World's Savagery Conjured at Doris Salcedo's Compelling MCA Chicago Retrospective

James Yood

Salcedo dedicates herself to a vow of remembrance. But of what?

Why The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report 2015 Is Misleading Nonsense

Benjamin Genocchio

We read this garbage so you don't have to.

artnet Asks: Optical-Kinetic Artist Alberto Biasi

Daria Daniel

Biasi has waited 44 years for this show.

A destroyed temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, following the devastating earthquake. Photo: Niranjan Shrestha, courtesy AP Photo.
Nepal's Historic Cultural Landmarks Wiped Out in 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake

Sarah Cascone

80 percent of the temples in Kathmandu are believed to have been damaged.

Sorry We’re Closed gallery's booth at Art Brussels 2015. Photo: by David Noels, courtesy Art Brussels
Art Brussels 2015 Brings Solid Sales to the European Capital

Hili Perlson

European artists in the mid-price range reigned supreme.

The One Must-See Art Event in New York This Week: Opening of the New Whitney Museum

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Our editors choose their top pick.

Paris Photo Los Angeles Is Set to Have Its Best Year Yet—See Why

Cait Munro

Photography visits the city of the silver screen for its third year.

Pakistani Art Patron and Activist Gunned Down in Karachi

Henri Neuendorf

Sabeen Mehmud was a highly respected figure in Pakistan’s liberal intelligentsia.

At the National Gallery, a Princeteau Beach Scene That's Too Modern For Its Age

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: Radical in 1892, the painting recalls 1960s conservatism.

Theaster GatesPhoto: Sara Pooley via Architectural Record
The One Must-See Art Event in London This Week: Theaster Gates at White Cube

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Our editors choose the top event not to miss in London this week.

artnet Asks: Video Artist and Painter Wang Gongxin

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The video-artist on his ambitions, frustrations, and being forgotten.

Cheat Sheet: A. Alfred Taubman, Jessica Lange, and Inside the New Whitney Museum

Cait Munro

Catch up on this week's most-clicked stories.

Installation view of Waterside Contemporary with works by Mathilde Ter Heijne and Oreet Ashery at Art Brussels Photo: Hili Perlson
The Top Booths at Art Brussels 2015

Hili Perlson

The best art fair for new discoveries just announced a new location.

Meet Norman Swann, the Failed Fictional Architect at the Heart of Elmgreen and Dragset's New Show

Eileen Kinsella

Do the artists use Swann to skirt the difficulty of their own biographies?

10 Tips To Make Art Fairs More Fun

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For the pros and novices alike.

The Westerlund 2 Star Cluster. Photo: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), A. Nota (ESA/STScI), and the Westerlund 2 Science Team.
Behold Fantastic Space Photographs on the Hubble Telescope's 25th Anniversary

Sarah Cascone

These are the hottest, brightest stars in the galaxy.

Mike Kelley, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid and The Wages of Sin (1987), at the Whitney Museum. Photo: Sarah Cascone.
The Whitney's Hidden Gems: 10 Masterworks Not to Miss in the New Building

Sarah Cascone

Don't miss Ed Ruscha, Mary Heilmann, and Nam June Paik at the new Whitney.

Brian Boucher's 10 Reasons To Be Excited About The New Whitney Museum

Brian Boucher

From Outsider artists to all-gender restrooms.