This Artist Was Set to Show With Lisa Schiff Before a Lawsuit Shuttered the Gallery. Now, She’s Staging the Exhibition on Her Own
Artist Richelle Rich will mount a last-minute pop-up in New York next month.
Paintings by Alex Colville and Emily Carr top the bill at Heffel’s big spring auctions in Toronto
The Canadian auction house also saw strong results from works by members of the Group of Seven and a soaring Warhol print
National Archaeological Museum of Naples opening new branch in the city’s famous Real Albergo dei Poveri
MANN's new partner museum will provide an additional 10,000sqm of exhibition space, allowing the people of Naples to finally see the full range of the largest collection of classical archaeology in the world
On Succession, art has nothing to do with aesthetics and everything to do with power and value
As the hit HBO show draws to a close, its production designer discusses the significance of the art hanging on the Roy family's walls
Beyoncé and Jay-Z Just Bought a Record $200 Million Malibu Mansion—Designed by MoMA’s Architect—From an Art-Collecting Power Couple
The couple reportedly paid cash for the 40,000-square-foot concrete mansion by the Japanese architect.
Is an Ethel Schwabacher Revival at Hand? Peek Inside the Nearly Sold-Out Show of the Abstract Expressionist’s Rarely Seen Works
The works are on view at Berry Campbell through May 26.
30 Years After Jeff Koons Was Skewered on ’60 Minutes’, He Returned to the Show for a Far More Flattering Interview With Anderson Cooper
Hosted by Anderson Cooper, the report paints the millionaire as a populist artist.
The Back Room: Wellness Check
This week: May auction numbers decoded, the fresh faces of the Guggenheim Young Collectors Coalition, and much more.
Did the Supreme Court’s Warhol Decision Further Complicate Copyright Law? Experts Weigh in on the Ruling’s Ramifications
Here's what to take away from the Supreme Court's ruling.
Once Used to Grow Hyacinths, This Humble Chinese Pot Sold for More Than $150,000 at a U.K. Auction—Nearly 200 Times Its High Estimate
The ornamental pot displayed bonsai trees at the Qing court and was used by its former owners to grow hyacinths.