Ai Wei Wei
Ai Wei Wei's and Herzog and de Meuron's new show at the Park Avenue Armory delves into our complicity with surveillance.
Photographer Ren Hang Sets the Nude Body Askew
The Chinese artist's obsession with the human form is magnified in a new retrospective of his work.
The Ghosts of Bonfires Past Become this Artist’s Medium
All smoke, no mirrors.
Is the Future of Fine Art in Hollywood's Hands?
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.
150 Self-Portraits Reveal the Inner Lives of Iconic Artists
600 years of self-portraiture emerges in 'Facing the World: Self-Portraits from Rembrandt to Ai Weiwei.'
Ai Weiwei, Liu Bolin, and More Explore the ‘Invisible Threads’ of Technology
NYU Abu Dhabi’s fall exhibition features Ai Weiwei, Addie Wagenknecht and other heavy-hitting new media artists’ critiques of technology.
Talking to Artist Sean Scully About Addiction, Death, and Ai Wei Wei
We went to Nanjing to hang out with the famous Irish painter, and talked state censorship, grief, and why he's skeptical about China's most famous dissident artist.
Now You Can Try Out the Picture Frame for Digital Art IRL
At Electric Objects Showroom, visitors step into the future of at-home art displays.
An Artist Painted Putin with Her Breasts: Last Week in Art
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.
Hyped: The Week In Links 10/26
<p>Busy week? Here are some things you may have missed.</p>