Jean-Michel Basquiat's Family Announces Ticket Sales for the Exhibition "Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure"

Basquiat Exhibition Identity Poster
By Christopher Makos
Basquiat Exhibition Identity Poster
By Christopher Makos
David Adjaye
By Chris Schwagga
David Adjaye
By Chris Schwagga

On April 9th, the highly anticipated Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure exhibition opened, featuring never-before-seen paintings by Jean-Michel. Jean-Michel Basquiat's family has mad...

Fairchain - The First-Ever Fine Art Transaction Tool to Offer Both Artists and Galleries Royalties On Physical Works

The Fairchain Team

As the art world continues to get used to the implementation of blockchain technologies, an important platform, by the name of Fairchain uses blockchain-based techniques similar to that used in NFTs to simplify and modernize the creation, sale, and purchase of actual artwo...

Venus Over Manhattan to Celebrate Tenth Anniversary with Second New York Location and a New Digital Division

View of Venus Over Manhattan’s new, second New York City location at 55 Great Jones Street.
Courtesy Venus Over Manhattan, New York
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View of Venus Over Manhattan's new second New York City location at 55 Great Jones Street.
Courtesy Venus Over Manhattan, New York

Venus Over Manhattan has had an epic phase lasting a decade, fostering a new generation of youthful and inspiring artists while also preserving the memory of r...

Fashion Brand Kitsuné Launches Galerie Kitsuné In Brooklyn, With Inaugural Show By Mario Navarro

The joy offered by art and fashion collaborations is always an opportunity we can't take lightly and with artist Mario Navarro's new art collection philosophically aligning well with the multi-faceted French-Japanese fashion Maison Kitsuné, Galerie Kitsuné opens with "A chair is a chair is a cha...

Tomás Saraceno Wants Us To Let Go Of Our Fears And Phobia In A New Sensory Interactive Experience

Free the Air: How to hear the universe in a spider web, 2022.
Installation view at Particular Matter(s), The Shed, New York, 2022.
Photography by Studio Tomás Saraceno.
Free the Air: How to hear the universe in a spider web, 2022.
Installation view at Particular Matter(s), The Shed, New York, 2022.
Photography by Studio Tomás Saraceno.

At The Shed, Argentinian-born and Berlin-based artist Tomás Saraceno's sculptures, interactive installation, and collaborat...

Meet Hannah Traore in Conversation with Painter Patricia Renee Thomas

Hannah Traore
Hannah Traore
Patricia Renee Thomas
Patricia Renee Thomas

One of the more positive outcomes of recent years and counting is the increasing progress the art world has endured. New York continues to openly assert itself as the playground for arts and culture, from diversifying leadership boards t...

A Fast One: What to See at Frieze, LA

Saar 1983 L.A : Energy Los Angeles
Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California
Saar 1983 L.A : Energy Los Angeles
Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California

Frieze LA returns with a lively program after last year's hiatus due to COVID-19; and a new venue in Beverly Hills; aside from the backlog already endured with the cancellation of the fai...

Art Basel Moves To The Grand Palais Of Paris

Art Basel was just given a seven-year contract to organize a new modern and contemporary art fair in the Grand Palais in Paris, replacing the infamous Fiac Fair which took place there in previous years. The new contemporary and modern art fair will be held in October, according to an announcement...

The Seaport: The New Hot Spot for Art Galleries

SN37 opens a gallery space for photographers and filmmakers in the Seaport, joining a diverse pool of offerings in the area.

Installation view of “Go Home”.
Courtesy of Artist and SN37 Gallery.

Installation views of "Go Home".
Courtesy of Artist and SN37 Gallery.

Installation view of “Go Home”.
Courtesy of Artist and SN37 Gallery.
Installation view of “Go Home”.
Courtesy of Artist and SN37 Gallery.

With new galleries popping up all throughout New Yor...

Uruguay Opens its New Major Museum

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Pablo Atchugarry (2020)
Christo and Jeanne-Claude - California (1976)
Christo and Jeanne-Claude - California (1976)

Uruguay's first significant modern art museum Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Atchugarry (MACA) located in Punta del Este, a seaside resort town opened earlier this month with a retrospective exhibition o...

5 Questions With Maggi Hambling Debuting in New York

Maggi Hambling by Nicola Bensley
Maggi Hambling by Nicola Bensley

When you think about Hambling and her art, it's no wonder that she approaches their creation with a battle cry. The seething sea paintings, incisive portraits, and War Requiem series demonstrate this. However, t...

Metropolitan Museum Removes Sackler Name From Its Galleries

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Exterior)
Photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City has declared that the Sackler's family name be removed from its exhibition halls after years of no longer accepting their contributions. The s...

Arshile Gorky's Painting Resurfaces, 70 Years Later

Untitled (Virginia Summer)
c. 1946 – 1947
Oil on canvas
128.5 x 159.5 cm / 50 5/8 x 62 ¾ in

Arshile Gorky (1904 – 1948)
©The Arshile Gorky Foundation / Artists Rights Society
Courtesy the Arshile Gorky Foundation and Hauser & Wirth
Photo: Jon Etter
Untitled (Virginia Summer) c. 1946 - 1947
Oil on canvas
128.5 x 159.5 cm / 50 5/8 x 62 ¾ in

In 2020, during the restoration and study for abstract expressionist painter Arshile Gorky's catalogue raisonné, his painting 'Untitled (Virginia Summer)' was discovered beneath 'The Limit' fastened...

Arielle de Pinto's Visceral Methods to Repelling Electromagnetic Frequencies at L'INCONNUE

Following a journey through deep subconsciousness and understanding energetic output, Arielle de Pinto dedicates her latest collection of hand-crocheted chain garments to repelling EMF (Electromagnetic Frequencies) from one's body. On view at L'INCONNUE Gallery, Vow Break celebrates a...

The Crypto Rich Tap Into The Fine Arts

Alberto Giacometti, Le Nez Conceived in 1947; this art work version was  conceived in 1949 and cast in 1965.
Art Image courtesy Sotheby's.

Justin Sun Yuchen, a cryptocurrency billionaire and entrepreneur, has spent more than $100 million on art this year. So, how is he going to use it? Justin hinted that he had intentions for the real-life art pieces from the collection he purchased. Some of the artworks will be made available...