Art

How Rachel Rossin Took Over the Guggenheim

The 2024 Young Collectors Council Party at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum featured a transcendent one-night-only immersive installation by the artist.

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Rachel Summer Small

All is Fair in Love and Art

Long overshadowed by her 10-year relationship with Pablo Picasso, the works of the late French painter Françoise Gilot are now being celebrated in a solo exhibition in Paris.

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Anyu Ching

Project for Empty Space Takes Off

The nonprofit’s new Chinatown location marks its return to Manhattan and is inaugurated by a cosmic exhibition by Derrick Adams.

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Meka Boyle

The Secret Worlds of Toshiko Takaezu

This Hawaiian ceramist and painter spent five decades experimenting. Now, 13 years after her death, Takaezu’s life and work are being commemorated in a major retrospective that features pieces from public and private collections across the country.

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Anyu Ching

Highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2024

A bridge between the art world hemispheres, the fair is finally back at full speed, with a focus on flowers, figuration, and Hong Kong traditions as hundreds of thousands of visitors expected over its three-day run.

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Ann Binlot

El Renacimiento

Zélika García has spent her career supporting Mexican artists. Two decades after its debut, her homegrown art fair Zona Maco is the culmination of her life’s work.

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Meka Boyle

Floral Fantasia

Lorenza Longhi’s flowers are rooted at the intersection of commodification, desire, and personal identity. Look closer at the petaled sculptures, and you’ll see they are looking back.

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Jade Féraud

One Step Ahead

Jamian Juliano-Villani has run circles around the art world her entire career all while playing by her own rules. Her debut solo show at Gagosian in New York captures the energy and the spirit behind her practice thus far.

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Meka Boyle

Stubborn Genius

At 75, Marilyn Minter—the outspoken photographer-painter who has defined an aesthetic of vivid, seductive works of women—has a lot to say about many different things. Often, they don’t add up.

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Rose Courteau

Inside the Bronx Museum’s 2024 Gala

A stylish crowd convened at the Ziegfeld Ballroom earlier this week to celebrate the contemporary art museum in New York.

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Rachel Summer Small

Caught in the Current

Life off the Pacific Coast was a formative influence for NYC artist Kylie Manning. The ocean’s power and mystery still loom large in her creative visions.

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Rachel Summer Small

Purr-fect Pitch

London and Paris-based Oliver Beer has fashioned an orchestra from 37 cat figurines in New York.

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Rachel Summer Small

Life’s Material

The two part exhibition “Raymond Saunders: Post No Bills," celebrates the vast practice of the Bay Area-based artist.

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K.O. Nnamdie

Childbirth

In her new solo show in New York, Clarity Haynes shifts her focus from intimate physicality to an existential extreme.

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Rachel Summer Small

If Walls Could Talk

Following its debut at last year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, “Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence” opens at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.

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Anyu Ching

Hans Ulrich Obrist Records LA Art Week

Frieze Los Angeles came and went in a New York Minute. On the twilight of Los Angeles’ art-filled week, the Swiss curator reflects on his most memorable moments.

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Meka Boyle

Cao Fei’s Temporal Transcendence

The Chinese artist’s show at SCAD Museum of Art puts forth an insightful snapshot of major video pieces since 2019 alongside a collection of photographic stills from their productions.

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Rachel Summer Small

Monuments of the Moment

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2025 commission series will feature two new installations of sculptures by Jennie C. Jones and Jeffrey Gibson, two artists whose practices challenge and expand upon the medium.

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Salma Badr

Pulsing Landscapes

A New York exhibition of Paul Thek’s oil paintings at Galerie Buchholz marks a significant reunion of works that have not been shown together since the ‘60s.

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K.O. Nnamdie

Perrotin Heads West

The international art gallery finds a new home in Los Angeles with an exhibition by acclaimed Japanese painter and sculptor Izumi Kato.

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Anyu Ching

Felix’s Sartorial Spin

The LA art fair joins forces with Dover Street Market to present a collection of artist-label collaborations inside an installation by artist Oscar Tuazon.

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Elina Boeva

Promenade

A new solo show by Sarah Ball at Stephen Friedman Gallery New York considers figures who embody the dandy persona in the contemporary era.

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Rachel Summer Small

Five Decades of Friendship

Sidney B. Felsen has spent the last 50-plus years documenting the artists who have collaborated in his studios. At the Getty Center, the co-founder of legendary LA print workshop Gemini G.E.L. life’s work is a testament to these many bonds.

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Meka Boyle

Hinting at Humans

Austrian sculptor Erwin Wurm evokes the everyday with his own surreal spin, where clothes take on a life of their own. “Surrogates,” the artist’s latest exhibition at Thaddaeus Ropac in London, makes visitors look twice.

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Anyu Ching

All Roads Lead to Home

Clifford Prince King captures home wherever he goes—his new public art series brings his tender portraits to 330 bus shelters and newsstands across three cities.

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Anyu Ching

Painting Black

Twenty-two artists from across the African diaspora reframe the Black figure in a landmark exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery that reckons with what has been seen, and what has not.

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Anyu Ching

Edward Enninful’s Ode to Mapplethorpe

Robert Mapplethorpe inspired an entire generation of creatives to capture beauty beyond its narrow standard—now on the 35-year anniversary of his death, Edward Enninful pays homage to his legacy.

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Elina Boeva

Frieze’s Love Letter to LA

This Spring, the art fair blends more than 95 galleries from around the world with homages to the city’s past and present.

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Elina Boeva

Maria Lassnig, At Last

Premiering at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, Anja Salomonowitz’s upcoming biopic of the late Austrian painter cements her legacy as a trailblazer.

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Anyu Ching

Bienvenido a Mexico

Anonymous Gallery opens a new space in Mexico City with an inaugural exhibition highlighting the works of three generations of Mexican artists.

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Anyu Ching