The Jewish Museum Seeks the Unorthodox in a Group Show that Aims to Be Unruly

Brian Boucher

The institution sets a high bar for itself with this new exhibition.

artnet Asks: Isabelle Graw on 25 Years of Texte zur Kunst

Hili Perlson

Curbing the magazine's growth is the secret to its success.

Chinese Authorities Shut Down Feminist Exhibition in Beijing

Henri Neuendorf

The show focused on violence against women.

At the Whitney, Frank Stella Pulls Pirouettes

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: Stella's 1970s works confront issues of gay and female identity.

What to See at Amsterdam Art Weekend

Henri Neuendorf

The ultimate guide to Amsterdam's four day art extravaganza.

Tobias Rehberger Unveils New Design Object That's Also a Clever Criticism of the Financial Market

Henri Neuendorf

His latest edition addresses the dissipation of value.

Curators Clara M. Kim and Nancy Ireson Join London's Tate Modern

Henri Neuendorf

The American curators bring a wealth of experience to London.

The Gete-okosomin squash, thought extinct, has been revived thanks to 800-year-old seeds discovered in an ancient clay pot. Photo: Owen Taylor/Seedkeeping Tumblr.
Extinct Squash Revived from Seeds Stored for 800 Years in a Clay Pot

Sarah Cascone

Archaeologists reportedly discovered the seeds in 2008.

Jackson Pollock's Most Famous Painting Goes on View in Berlin

Henri Neuendorf

'Mural' (1943) catapulted the artist to fame.

Must-See Art Guide: Amsterdam

Tatiana Berg

This week's guide features Rezi van Lankveld, Hans Op de Beek, Tino Sehgal, and more.

7 Quotes From Artist Kara Walker on Her Birthday

Amanda Thomas

The artist turns 46 today.

Hannah Rothstein, Keith Haring,
Hannah Rothstein Creates Delicious Thanksgiving Dinners Inspired by Famous Artists

Sarah Cascone

What would Thanksgiving dinner look like if Salvador Dalí cooked it?

5 Artworks We'd Like To See in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

artnet News

A giant soup can, anyone?

Maria Taniguchi, winner of the Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015 award.Photo: Mark Nicdao.
Maria Taniguchi Announced as Winner of Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015

artnet News

The emerging Asian art award comes with a $47,000 stipend attached.

US Muslim Artist Speaks Out Against Islamophobia After Being Forced Off Aircraft

Henri Neuendorf

The artist and writer was on her way to a holiday in Turkey.

Adele and Norman Mailer in court in 1960, after he stabbed her at a party at their apartment.Photo: via Jezebel.
Adele Mailer, Visual Artist Once Stabbed by Husband Norman Mailer, Dies at 90

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Mailer's second wife lived in poverty and obscurity after their divorce.

Kimsooja Harnesses Light and Color at Centre Pompidou Metz

Emily Nathan

The meditative installation cannot be captured with Selfies.

Jim Shaw Photo: Lee Ann-Nicke
artnet Asks: Jim Shaw, Creator of Apocalyptic Visions

Amah-Rose Abrams

Welcome to the wonderful world of Jim Shaw.

Shepard Fairey Installs a Massive Globe on the Eiffel Tower To Address Climate Change

Henri Neuendorf

The work was unveiled ahead of the COP21 conference.

Why Moe Satt Is Leading Myanmar's Contemporary Art Scene

Sam Gaskin

He's not afraid to get political.

Paris Galleries Restage Shows Closed After Attacks and Plan for Miami Fairs

Laura van Straaten

Emmanuel Perrotin is re-considering his Art Basel Miami booth.

Germano Celant Crafts Exotic Baroque Style Booth for Gmurzynska at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Eileen Kinsella

The display will be chockablock with works by artists from Picasso to Freud.

Bridges connecting the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings.Photo via National Gallery Singapore.
Inside the Dramatic Architecture of Singapore's New National Gallery

Brian Boucher

See the soaring rotunda and striking roof terrace.

Raphael Gygax Appointed as New Curator of Frieze Projects

Henri Neuendorf

The curator has a reputation for pushing boundaries.

Maria Kulikovska Destroys Her Own Nude Work to Protest Censorship

Sarah Cascone

After militants used her work for target practice, Kulikovska strikes back.