Meet Hao Liang, the Young Chinese Artist Whose Reboot of Ancient Ink Painting Has Become a Bona Fide Market Sensation

The up-and-coming artist’s dense, referential paintings have already sold out at Gagosian.

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‘There Is So Much You Go Through Just Trying to Make It’: Amy Sherald on How She Went From Obscurity to a Museum Survey (and the White House)

The artist on the strange side effects of fame, new directions in her work, and the aspirations she’s almost afraid to articulate.

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Veteran New York Curator Deborah Cullen-Morales Has Been Appointed Director of the Bronx Museum

The veteran of the Wallach Art Gallery and El Museo del Barrio replaces the museum’s late director Holly Block.

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“I May Need to Lie Down”: The Art World Goes Nuts Over Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Louvre Takeover on Social Media

The megastar couple took over the Louvre to shoot the music video for their new joint album’s lead single.

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A Poignant Documentary Examines the Tension Between Photographer Joel-Peter Witkin and His Identical Twin, Painter Jerome Witkin

Directed by Trisha Ziff, the film is featured in the 2018 AFI DOCS Film Festival at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

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‘The Whole Way of Collecting Has Changed’: Christie’s Loïc Gouzer on the Regrettable Rise of the ADD-Addled Art Collector

artnet News’s Andrew Goldstein spoke to the auction-house rainmaker about why no one wants to learn about art anymore.

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Artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik Are Launching a Residency Program in an Old Hamptons Church

A former Methodist Church in Sag Harbor will house a new residency program and art center.

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Is Loïc Gouzer the Federer of the Art Market? A Q&A With the Irrepressible Christie’s Maverick Who Sold ‘Salvator Mundi’

We speak to the man behind the record-shattering $450 million sale about his unique approach to the auction game.

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