See which art spaces are shaking things up in the kale chip–eating borough.
Researchers Discover New Claude Monet Haystack Painting
Pulitzer Prize Nominated Photographer Turns Photos, Destroyed by Sandy, Into Art
Indictment for Portland Art Forger Who Allegedly Faked Mark Tobeys
Police to Press Charges Over Search for Missing Art Student
Want to Take a Look at Oprah Winfrey's Art Collection? She's Selling
New Scholarship Points to Secret Symbolism in Velázquez Paintings
A Munich Court Declares Kunstmuseum Bern 'Rightful Inheritor' of Gurlitt Trove
King Tut's Chair Damaged During Transport to New Giza Museum
Sotheby's Says Jerome Stone Collection Could Bring More Than $40 Million
Cy Twombly Sculpture Accidentally Smashed at Menil Collection
Don't get ripped off by unscrupulous art dealers.
The sculpture park, set on 100 acres in Edinburgh, has acquired some new works.
Catch up on this week's most-clicked stories.
Is the art and design fair becoming too predictable for its own good?
What now for the world's first LGBTQ artist residency?
Authorities also recovered an $8.7 million ancient Roman statue.
Surprisingly, Picasso is not in first place. Find out who is.
The deceased worker was helping to complete a $70 million, four-year redesign.
A strong list of artists simply isn't enough.
THE DAILY PIC: MoMA was once so "high", even the best "low" was a threat.
Thousands queue for hours to bow before his coffin.
They call the president's report "rife with bald-faced inaccuracies."
Salgado and Wenders illuminate how artists can begin to heal the Earth.
This week's guide includes Liu Wei, Gama, Aniwar Mamet, and more.
Personal reflections from 'the mind of a master.'
Out this week, it's a beautiful book, let's get that out of the way.
Israel and Germany Mark 50 Years of Diplomatic Ties with Exchange of Masters and Political Art in Defiance of Boycott
Even the work of boycott supporters will make it to Tel Aviv.
It's the real thing.
"So with Klaus, it’s Björk; with me, it was James Franco."
THE DAILY PIC: What happens once a robe leaves its Native American owner?
Hansky's decided to give the art world the kind of spectacle it wants.
A lawsuit alleges the school is screwing the students by charging tuition.
The painting was bought at the historic Ganz sale in 1997 for $31.9 million.
Scientists Tell Natural History Museums to Shun Billionaire Donor and Climate Change–Denier David Koch
Should science museums be taking funding from fossil fuel interest groups?
The art world wants a break from celebrity worship. So do we.