‘A Luxury Problem’: As Art Basel 2018 Rolls On, the Sales Beat Continues

Notable works by Bruce Nauman, Barkley L. Hendricks, Joan Mitchell, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and others are going to new homes. Read More

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‘Silence Will Not Protect You’: At Ancient Roman Ruin Outside Basel, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer Builds Voice-Multiplying Machine

Discussing the difficulties of being socially engaged during an event like Art Basel, the artist quipped, “I am a socialist that likes Champagne.” Read More

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Irving Sandler, Perspicacious Art Critic and Historian Whose Career Spanned Half a Century, Dies at 92

A renowned chronicler of Abstract Expressionism, he was also the co-founder of Artists Space, a museum director, and an educator. Read More

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Brooklyn Museum Adds Works by Emma Amos, Beverly Buchanan, Betty Tompkins, and Many More Women Artists to Its Collection

The acquisitions came about through its “A Year of Yes” initiative, which was focused on feminist programming. Read More

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