• Banker, Leopard Jasper Agate, 40 x 40 inches, oil on canvas, 2014

      A New York School refinement of the subtle figuration: Amy Banker

      Sunday, 17 May 2015 15:46

      The new Cohen Banker is a New York School refinement of the subtle figuration that characterized her art. The work of this agile expressionist has reached a new way, and promises to tour it back from Miami Basel Spectrum, Architectural Digest Home Fair, and Artexpo New York, to the Berkshire Arts Festival and Art Hamptons […]

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      All art is good without judgement – Yoko Ono

      Friday, 15 May 2015 03:23

      ‘All art is valid. We are all part of artistic community and all human beings who will achieve peace’ – Yoko Ono “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971,” which runs from May 17 through Sept. 7, includes about 125 early art pieces, works on paper, films, installations, performances and audio recordings. Ono Inspires us through […]

    • Mark Bradford has left Sikkema Jenkins and White Cube and is now exclusively represented by Hauser & Wirth

      Frieze New York 2015 – Artists change gallery allegiances

      Thursday, 14 May 2015 04:01

      As opportunities abound, the relationship between artists and dealers gets a whole lot more fluid Nobody knows if or when the music might stop, but for the time being, artists are dancing their way around the gallery system. Once a rarity, it is now common for artists to shift allegiance. Recent high-profile movers include Mark […]

    • Les femmes d'Alger (Version "O"). Oil on canvas. 44.7/8 x 57.5/8in. (114 x 146.4cm.) Painted on February 14, 1955. © 2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

      Say Good-bye Forever to Picasso’s Women of Algiers, Disappearing Tonight for $140 Million

      Wednesday, 13 May 2015 01:54

      By Jerry Saltz for Vulture On Friday, I paid what I thought was to be my first and last visit to an old friend I’d never met before. Then, even though the thought of doing so again produced excruciating pain and disgust in me, I returned for a final visit on Sunday, assuming I would […]

    • Photo: Courtesy of the Whitney Museum

      Grand Opening of the Whitney Museum

      Tuesday, 12 May 2015 18:58

      By Manuel Alejandro Rodríguez Pardo. The Empire State Building lights up with the colors of twelve of the most iconic artworks of its collection. Michelle Obama and Bill de Blasio cut the ribbon while famous established artists and high end brands such as Audi and Tiffany & Co. contend to be the first in welcoming […]

    • Sphynx, mixed media mirror, 11.5"x13"x6.7", 2011.

      Muerner Marioni mirrors the Artifact

      Tuesday, 12 May 2015 15:34

      At the heart of the Lower East Side blooms the Orchard Street art district with colorful vivacity. More galleries are moving into and the street breathes with fresh vegetation and renewed creativity. It’s now an area where healthy pedestrians outnumber road traffic, street art abounds, and storefronts in primary colors invite to observe the action […]

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      “SHE” by VALYA – Being born and living in bloodshed Ukrainian nation…

      Tuesday, 12 May 2015 04:30

      “SHE” by VALYA: VISUAL REFLECTIONS ABOUT FEMININITY During wartime, when so many Ukrainians, including artists, are moving off the country, only the most persuasive artworks and exhibition projects are able to overcome a negative tendency of intellectual migration in order to help the developing and struggling community on the very eastern edge of Europe to […]

    • Wrapped Ringturm, summer 2015, Tanja Deman – “Sommerfreuden“ (“Summer Pleasures”)
Photograph/rendering: © Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein/Tanja Deman

      “Sommerfreuden“ (“Summer Pleasures”) at the Vienna Ringturm

      Monday, 11 May 2015 21:12

      On its 60th birthday, the Ringturm is attracting the attention of the international art scene. For the eighth time, Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein will wrap the Ringturm – this year with the work “Sommerfreuden“ (“Summer Pleasures”) by Croatian artist Tanja Deman. (Vienna, 11 May 2015) Today, work is set to start on the façade of the […]

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      Chris Burden: “My God, are they going to leave me here to die?”, 1975

      Monday, 11 May 2015 00:08

      At 8:20 p.m., the body artist Chris Burden entered a large gallery of the Museum of Contemporary Art, did not look at his audience of 400 or more, set a clock for midnight, and lay down on the floor beneath a large sheet of plate glass that was angled against the wall. So began on […]

    • Facebook Image: Joulia Strauss.

      56th Venice Biennale Art Activism

      Saturday, 9 May 2015 22:22

      Gulf Labor is an active participant in the 2015 Venice Biennale’s central exhibition, All the World’s Futures, which is curated by Okwui Enwezor. They are a coalition of artists, writers, architects, curators, and political cultural advocates. The group staged a series of protests dedicated to its investigations of labor conditions in the Persian Gulf: May 8, 2015, […]

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