Collectors pay a flat fee to attend SculptureCenter’s annual Lucky Draw, but who gets each piece of art is decided by raffle.
In anticipation of her debut show, 'Void + Collapse,' curator Chloe Curtis gave us the dish on why she's excited about contemporary ceramics.
Icelandic artist Erró paints a maze of celebrities as large canvases.
A rare show features work from famous artists, like Rauschenberg, Warhol, Prince, and Sherman, alongside that of their successful assistants, including George Condo, Christopher Wool, and Margaret Lee.
Jason Rohrer’s exhibition at the Davis Museum is full of games that make you think.
Miriam Schapiro's "femmage" and "cunt painting" come to a New York City block once dominated by male artists.
Aïda Ruilova explores death and eroticism at "The Pink Palace."
Faux pearl earrings and acrylic nails comprise the works of artist (and former vajazzler) Frances Goodman.
'Forgetting the Hand,' a new show at David Zwirner brings the contemporary artists together for a series of "exquisite corpse"-style drawings.