The Chinese artist's obsession with the human form is magnified in a new retrospective of his work.
All smoke, no mirrors.
What happens when talent agencies, traditionally looking after Hollywood's elite, bleed into the world of artists and gallerists.
600 years of self-portraiture emerges in 'Facing the World: Self-Portraits from Rembrandt to Ai Weiwei.'
NYU Abu Dhabi’s fall exhibition features Ai Weiwei, Addie Wagenknecht and other heavy-hitting new media artists’ critiques of technology.
We went to Nanjing to hang out with the famous Irish painter, and talked state censorship, grief and why he's sceptical about China's most famous dissident artist.
At Electric Objects Showroom, visitors step into the future of at-home art displays.
Also: Marilyn Minter says, “the art world loves young bad boys and old ladies,” and a gallery is getting sued for looking like a massage parlor.
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