Josh Roth of United Talent Agency wants to offer artists the best business insight of both Hollywood and the white cube world, and his team at UTA's relatively-fresh fine arts division might shake up any boundaries between the two.
The building holding Juicys Gallery has everything: prime Manhattan location! Month-to-month leases! Free parking, state-of-the-art security, and ample vacancies! And with starting prices at $29 a month, it's probably the last affordable real estate in Ma…
Since the artist Mike Kelly died last year, a flurry of retrospectives have opened. An epic show co-curated by Emi Fontana currently runs at the HangarBicocca. In between summer travels, Emi took some time to talk about the late artist.
Do you like our new Photo Issue? Have you soaked up all its beauty and insanity with your greedy eyes like a sponge in an ocean of bliss? Do you sleep with it under your pillow? Did you introduce it to your
After designing for VICE for many years, Adam Mignanelli has moved on to creating fine art and founding the Ballast Projects, an organization that curates exhibitions of artwork created by young and emerging artists. When he's not championing the works of…
David Shrigley's new show at the Anton Kern Gallery plays with semiotics and the concept of the utilitarian sign, shifting the frame of reference and messing with your expectations to humorous and thought-provoking results.
Terttu Uibopuu knows some interesting people. Sometimes they get naked and sometimes she takes beautiful pictures of them. Some of those pictures are in a gallery show opening tonight. All of you should go.
In New York, art has always left traces behind, but like everything else in the city, those traces vanish a little more with every passing day, until they are completely erased. Take Soho, my neighborhood since 1985.