Kenny Schachter On How Art Dealing Has Become Greedy, Boring, and Mean-Spirited

Kenny Schachter

The art world resembles a playground.

Shafrazi. Photo: Courtesy of Patrick McMullan.
Is Tony Shafrazi's New Gallery Space in Red Hook?

Sarah Cascone

Pioneer Works could have a new neighbor.

Mary Ellen Mark
Mary Ellen Mark, Who Photographed Celebrities and the Downtrodden, Has Died at 75

Brian Boucher

Her holiday parties were legendary.

Igor Olho-Azul
Igor Olho-Azul On What It Takes To Be a Successful Art Dealer

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The owner of VERITAS says being proactive is key to getting good consignments.

Wifredo Lam and Rufino Tamayo Headline New York's Bargain-Filled Latin American Auctions

Eileen Kinsella

Lam's 1947 work Présages is expected to bring in $2–3 million.

Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads (2010)Photo: Phillips
37-Year-Old Tech Billionaire Sean Parker Shells Out $4.4 Million for Ai Weiwei Sculpture

Sarah Cascone

Justin Timberlake played Parker in the film The Social Network.

Lisa Ruyter, Russell Lee: Mother and child of agricultural laborers encamped near Spiro, Seqouyah County, Oklahoma, 2015, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy Eleven Rivington, New York.
Lisa Ruyter Mines Classic Americana Photos in New Paintings at Eleven Rivington

Brian Boucher

She's found gold in obscure, and iconic, images from the New Deal era.

Tania Bruguera and curator Pablo Leon de Barra (left) pose next to the roadworks outside Bruguera’s Havana housePhoto via: Pablo Leon de La Barra
Tania Bruguera Detained During Havana Biennial

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Bruguera was one of 163 people arrested in Cuba over the weekend for participating…

Richard Schulman Shoots Great Buildings – What Would He Do With the New Whitney?

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: New York's new museum has no single look. Could that be its glory?

German Art Dealer Accused of Fraud in €55 Million China Academy of Art Design Deal

Henri Neuendorf

Is a former business partner behind the smear?

Frida Kahlo Market Booming Despite Tough Mexican Export Restrictions

Eileen Kinsella

"There is nothing to supply the market."

Smithsonian American Art Museum Shows Yasuo Kuniyoshi's All-Seeing Eye

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: In 1948, this was how the world looked to a Japanese American

Cheat Sheet: Marina Abramović vs Jay Z, Picasso Buyer Revealed, and Millennial Artists to Know

Cait Munro

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

See 10 Lavish Summer Art Events in Exotic Places Around the World

Cait Munro

Get your passports ready.

The Queen Hugo Rittson-Thomas Photo London
The Definitive Photo London Sales Report

Colin Gleadell

There was no denying the high standards.

David Ebony's Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for May

David Ebony

Tiffany Chung, Al Held, and Lisa Yuskavage are on the itinerary.

Leonardo DiCaprio Donates Banksy To Charity and Raises $1 Million for AIDS Research

Henri Neuendorf

DiCaprio's Banksy, a Jeff Koons and a Warhol Liz all went to the block.

Eiffel Tower Closes due to Staff Walkout against Pickpocket Gangs

Alyssa Buffenstein

Aggressive pickpocket gangs fight among themselves at the Parisian landmark.

Mr. Brainwash Transforms New York's Edition Hotel in Three Hours

Cait Munro

The French expat just bought a space under the High Line.

Prayers in Christoph Büchel's mosque, the project for the Icelandic Pavilion at the 2015 Venice BiennalePhoto: Casey Kelbaugh via The New York Times
Venice Authorities Shut Down Art Mosque by Christoph Büchel for Icelandic Pavilion

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

The mosque was declared a safety threat before it even opened.

New Whitney Ignites $100 Million American Art Sales Anchored by Georgia O'Keeffe and Arthur Dove

Sarah P. Hanson

A rare O’Keeffe work from her New York period fetched $3.2 million.

At Paul Kasmin, Minimalism Does a Comic Turn

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: A show that gives minimal art the maximum room to have fun.

Eugenio Merino Always Thatcher Photo: courtesy Unix Gallery
In Its Third Edition ART15 London Is Still Finding Its Feet

Colin Gleadell

Kitsch rubs shoulders with the genuinely appealing and thought provoking.

Kevin McGarry On the Future of Art Criticism According to Jason Farago

Kevin McGarry

It’s a bold move to do a print journal in 2015, to say the least.

Sonia Dutton’s pop-up gallery at 100 Gansevoort Street, with work by Samuel T. Adams and Daniel Noonan.Photo Ruiqi Liu.
Whitney-Adjacent Pop-Up Show Offers Hudson Views in Former Meatpacking Plant

Brian Boucher

Check it out before it becomes a high-end retail space.