From Beyoncé’s Art-Savvy Mom to Tom Sachs’s New Nikes: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week
See what you missed.
If you didn’t know who painter Markus Lüpertz was before, you’ll never forget him after reading this interview.
A new show at the Whitney reveals a dynamic side to Calder’s work.
Its a lilliputian revolution! Teeny tiny artworks make big statements.
While documenta 14 is getting mixed reviews, at least one work is using the international exposure to try and right some real-life wrongs.
Seemed like a good idea? Banksy was shut down by police after he announced his plan to encourage votes against Theresa May’s party with free-art giveaways.
British art dealer Timothy Sammons is facing extradition over an alleged “Ponzi scheme.”
Crooner Frank Ocean is accused of stealing artwork for his Beats 1 blondedRadio show.
Tom Sachs teams up with Nike to make shoes, but he really doesn’t want sneakerheads to buy them.
Long-time LA based gallery ACME is closing its doors.
Curators Gabriel Ritter and Jen Mergel have been tapped to organize special sections in the Armory Show’s 2018 edition.
Katelijne De Backer will be the new director of PULSE, replacing Helen Toomer.
Creative Time’s director Katie Hollander resigned unexpectedly, after only 18 months at the helm.
Globe-trotting gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin has opened a new space in Tokyo.
Follow artnet News on Facebook:
Want to stay ahead of the art world? Subscribe to our newsletter to get the breaking news, eye-opening interviews, and incisive critical takes that drive the conversation forward.