Art World

Tour Collective Design 2016 in Photos

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The fair delivers a tech-focused future.

The 32nd Sao Paolo Biennial Announces Diverse List of Artists

Amah-Rose Abrams
One artist is creating an edible garden.

Fire at Rosemarie Trockel's House Ruins $34 Million Worth of Art

Henri Neuendorf
Her art collection, and own works burned.
Maurizio Cattelan, America (2016).Photo: Courtesy of the artist.

Guggenheim Show Delayed by Problems With Maurizio Cattelan's Solid Gold Toilet

Eileen Kinsella
The 1 percent will have to wait a bit longer for an 18-karat gold toilet.

Annemarie Heinrich's Surreal Parenting

Blake Gopnik
THE DAILY PIC: At MALBA, Heinrich shows the pleasures and perils of motherhood.

Long Hidden Isamu Noguchi Ceiling Revealed at U-Haul in St. Louis

Amah-Rose Abrams
The masterpiece was hidden for decades by a drop ceiling.
Photo: Courtesy 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art

The 9th Berlin Biennale Reveals Participating Artists

Hili Perlson
The New York based DIS collective is curating the show
Bayete Ross Smith, Got the Power: Harlem (2016). Courtesy of Flux Art Fair Harlem.

Flux Art Fair Bets Big on Public Artwork This Year

Sarah Cascone
"You activate a space with art," the director says.

FBI Raids Home of Suspect in Unsolved Boston Art Heist

Rain Embuscado
It's been over 25 years since the $500 million heist occurred.
Anne Imhof, RAGE 4th of at least three (2015). Courtesy of photographer Nadine Fraczkowsk, the artist, and the Montreal Biennial.

La Biennale de Montreal Announces 2016 Artists

Sarah Cascone
Several new international works will take over the city.
Iris van Herpen, dress, fall/winter 2013–14, silicon feather structure and moldings of bird heads on cotton base. Photo: Jean-Baptiste Mondino, courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

10 Incredible Ways Fashion and Technology Merge at the Met's Costume Institute Show

Christie Chu
Andrew Bolton declares that a new aesthetic is emerging.

Portal Art Fair Lets in Some Promising New Voices

Ben Davis
It's a new addition to a packed fair week.

Walter Robinson, a Morandi for our Times

Blake Gopnik
THE DAILY PIC: At Owen James, Robinson updates the bottle still life.

A Brief History of Poop-Related Art

Rain Embuscado
From Duchamp to Cattelan.

Xavier Veilhan to Bring Schwitters-Inspired Music Studio to Venice Biennale

Hili Perlson
He has big plans for the French pavilion.

MoMA Offers Voluntary Buyouts to Staffers During 'Transitional Stage'

Brian Boucher
The news comes during a $450-million expansion.

Christmas in May with Andy Warhol

Blake Gopnik
THE DAILY PIC: On auction at Artnet, Warhol's last cards evoke holidays past.

Marina Abramovic's 3-D Video Portrait Comes to New York

Henri Neuendorf
The work by Matthew Placek goes on view upstate.

artnet Asks: Leon Benrimon of Heritage Auctions

artnet Galleries Team
Their upcoming auction is going to be big.
Damien Hirst and Larry Gagosian were close even during their separation; they're shown here in 2013.Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images.

The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week in One Minute

Rain Embuscado
Catch up on what you've missed.
Anja Rubik & Waris Ahluwalia at the Creative Time 2016 Spring Gala Presented by Bombay Sapphire Gin. Courtesy Bombay Sapphire Gin.
Emily Weiskopf, detail of Lift-Off (2016). Photo: courtesy Jenn Singer Gallery.

Frieze Week Parties, Openings, and Events, In a Nutshell

Sarah Cascone
Brace yourself, Frieze Week is coming.
Theaster Gates outside

Theaster Gates Joins Regen Projects

Amanda Thomas
It's a big move for the Chicago-based artist.

SVA Mistakenly Sends MFA Acceptance Letters to Wrong Distribution List

Alyssa Buffenstein
An SVA spokesperson said it was due to a 'database glitch.'

The Puzzle at the Heart of the Stunning New SFMOMA

Ben Davis
The $300-million mega-museum is here to stay.