With interest in Fontana's signature slashes reaching an all-time high, it's worth examining how the conceptual rigor of his work set the stage for the generation that followed him.
For collectors on the go, your guide to the fairs to explore, gallery shows and performances not to miss, and events that make the first week of May the art world's most important of the season.
The art-obsessed jewelry designer on the Pop masterpieces (and emojis) that inform her collections.
Eric Oglander curates a collection of images of mirrors for sale, a study in accidental masterpieces.
Paddle8 is a marketplace for collectors, presenting auctions of extraordinary art and objects.
The young arts patron leverages her front-row seat to the art of her time in building an impressive collection of work by major contemporary talents.
The beat goes on at the Brooklyn Museum in a show devoted to the artist’s bricolage boomboxes.
The downtown bon vivant and slinger of bon mots offers a glimpse of the artworks and books that keep him good company.
From his revamp of the historical odalisque to wry references to Matisse and Cézanne, Wesselmann was more than an ironic pop artist.
The artist and ACRIA board member experiments with destruction and resurrection with his latest burn paintings.
Selections from the artist's own collection at the Drawing Center offer a portrait of the history of minimal and conceptual art.
Joslin Van Arsdale combs the aisles at AIPAD, the international contemporary photo fair, for rare finds from established names, new faces, and rediscovered talents.
The photographer who captured some of the most indelible images of the 1970s rock and roll scene looks back on a four-decade career in music—including that time when David Bowie fretted that he wasn't cool enough.
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