When she’s not throwing molten wax on chandeliers, the sculptor and photographer Petah Coyne is readying the story of the Guerrilla Girls.
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Fred Tomaselli said the art in his Brooklyn home — he was one of the early artists to land in Williamsburg — was mostly the product of trades.
An organizer of an international triennial of contemporary art sold more than 110 artists on the charms of Cleveland and the surrounding area.
As museums groan under costly expansions, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, found a modest alternative a ferry ride across the harbor.
The curator of the Whitney’s coming Andy Warhol retrospective offers details of the exhibition — more intimate than usual — for the first time.
Claudia Gould has plenty of art-laden walls to share, in her office and at home.
The foundation plans to renovate and expand its existing industrial spaces in Chelsea and SoHo in Manhattan and Beacon, N.Y.
A show devoted to his large-scale black-and-white works on canvas and paper will be on view in September at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea.
Art can be full of surprises. Sometimes it speaks to you.