The dealer argues that Steve Tananbaum’s claims are baseless because the artist “often takes years” to complete his sculptures.Read more
Despite turning hefty profits on artworks, the Russian billionaire continues his international legal fight with dealer Yves Bouvier.
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The Lower East Side shop MoMaCha is now MAMACHA.
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Director Luca Guadagnino has cited Mendieta and other feminist artists as an inspiration for the horror film “Suspiria.”Read more
The former ice cream salesman cooked up an elaborate scheme to defraud prominent victims.Read more
Gerald Wolkoff’s attorneys argue that graffiti doesn’t have the same legal protections as fine art.Read more
US Department of Justice documents detail some of Jho Low’s high-flying art purchases.Read more
The decision could set a precedent for how we depict buildings that contain street art.
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The artist says he hopes to have a debate with the photographer who cried foul.Read more
The museum’s contractor claims Glenstone hasn’t covered the cost of a myriad of changes to the project during construction.
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