After 40 years, Richard McGuire’s handmade “Ixnae Nix” street posters come out of the drawer, into the New York Art Book Fair and Alden Projects.
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A couple capture the artistic heritage of the resort town with the pieces they chose for their retreat there.
A veteran of the graffiti wars showcases the journey of New York’s street artists out of the subways and into museums.
Somewhere in Robert Indiana’s home in Maine, there may exist an early version of his famous image — one that will startle his fans.
According to his daughter, “He created his own language within the turmoil of separation and exile, and this is how he found peace.”
The city is ground zero for cutting-edge art, fueled by excitement over the Art Basel fair, but how many museums does it need?
“Not everybody loves them as much as I do,” Mr. Kushner says of the ceramic angels hanging in the house he shares with his husband, Mark Harris.
Peter Menéndez, a retired architect, fled Havana as a child and has long championed the work of others from Cuba.
ArtCenter/South Florida, a Miami Beach nonprofit, has hired the museum board member and collector Dennis Scholl as its president and chief executive.