It’s a bold move to do a print journal in 2015, to say the least.
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Artist Supports Ireland's Gay Marriage Vote with 50-Foot Artwork
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The sale surpassed even that of the Portrait of Dr. Gachet.
Where does the buck stop? Not with Abramović, apparently.
Art15 kicked off in London last night and here are our top picks from the fair.
The painting likely will not go on display in Qatar due to its nudity.
Female artists lack ambition, he said.
At last, London gets its much-awaited photography fair, and it’s brilliant.
THE DAILY PIC: Crossing sculpture and design took Burton somewhere new.
The rapper has the receipt.
Italy had previously flagged the suspect for deportation.
Who will be the next market darling?
The library owns one of the largest public collections of prints in the US.
Simco's Club is proof that any press is good press.
THE DAILY PIC: Photos that used to feel neutral now point an accusing finger.
Plastic is not as durable as you think.
The museum's opening has been postponed until further notice.
Pasternak led the art non-profit for over 20 years.
She says she feels "totally used."
Hak Jun Lee discusses his role as CEO of Seoul Auction.
The biennial could easily be called Black Friday in the Tropics.
The newest iteration takes place in Ramallah, West Bank.
Luke Brugnara isn't the only one disrupting his art theft trial.
Russian billionaire offers to help French authorities investigating Picasso theft.