John Giorno, Storied Artist Who Expanded Poetry’s Possibilities, Is Dead at 82

He invented a service that delivered poetry by phone, starred in an Andy Warhol classic, and was an integral member of an avant-garde scene that is now almost passed. Read More

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John Giorno, Storied Artist Who Expanded Poetry’s Possibilities, Is Dead at 82

He invented a service that delivered poetry by phone, starred in an Andy Warhol classic, and was an integral member of an avant-garde scene that is now almost passed. Read More

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Matthew Wong, Whose Indelible Canvases Charted New Paths for Landscape Painting, Is Dead at 35

Over the course of only three solo shows, he established himself as one of the most inventive and curiosity filled artists of the present moment. Read More

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‘My Palette Is a 40-Gigabyte Hard Drive’: Jacolby Satterwhite on His New Show at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn

The Solange collaborator has crafted a new virtual-reality album that samples his late mother’s voice. Read More

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‘No One Was Going to Pay Attention’: As GM Auto Workers Strike in Ohio, LaToya Ruby Frazier Debuts Photos of Union Laborers in Chicago

Current events have made the artist’s Renaissance Society show one of her most timely efforts to date. Read More

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‘Little Gray Cells’: Brussels Gallery Weekend Celebrates Cerebral Fare in Belgian Hotspot’s Brightest Shows

The Belgian capital takes its art seriously—as evidenced by work still on view from a yearly event involving many venues. Read More

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‘We Had Never Saved a Penny’: How Artist Duo McDermott & McGough Gambled Big—And Lost Everything

Read an excerpt from Peter McGough’s new memoir ‘I’ve Seen the Future and I’m Not Going.’ Read More

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