Art Fair

10.3.17

These Buildings Were Too Sexy for the Louvre

The work apparently symbolizes "the power of humanity over the world" and was set to be installed right next to a playground.

9.1.17

ProyectosLA Opens Borders for Latin American Art in Los Angeles

The most prestigious and innovative galleries throughout Latin America come to the US to break down walls.

8.21.17

9 Breakout Artists from the Venice Biennale

We selected nine rising international art stars, from the Republic of China to Kosovo.

8.21.17

9 Breakout Artists from the Venice Biennale

We selected nine rising international art stars, from the Republic of China to Kosovo.

6.30.17

Glowing, Alien Monoliths Are Basically Stonehenge for the Digital Age

Iván Navarro's monumental neon art mystifies visitors at Masterpiece London.

5.19.17

Kitschy Sculptures Update Renaissance Portraiture for Modern Times

Gerard Mas sculpts 15th century marble ladies chewing gum and picking their noses.

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5.11.17

Wild Art Fair Booth Is “2001: A Space Odyssey” in Grey

Galerie Gmurzynska's booth at TEFAF New York was Tron meets Brutalism.

4.16.17

Crocheted Cowboys, Nature Nudes, and Elmo Wind Chimes: 9 Highlights from the Dallas Art Fair

Everything's bigger there—or whatever—but the relatively intimate Texas art fair offered unparalleled access to local artists and global emerging creators.

4.10.17

Modernism, Voyeurism, and a Sentient Parrot: Highlights from Dubai Art Week 2017

From Sharjah Biennial to Art Dubai, a week of exploring the Gulf’s art capital.

3.11.17

Airbrushed T-Shirts Mourn Black Women Killed by Police

Azikiwe Mohammed forges tangible objects to memorialize unarmed black women killed by police officers in the last few years.

3.7.17

From Giant Babies to Punk Abe Lincoln, Highlights from SCOPE New York Art Fair

Get an inside look at works from 60 international galleries at the 17th edition of Scope's New York Art Fair.

3.6.17

China Canceled a Performance by a Tibetan Artist | Last Week in Art

Also in the news, an Iranian director smuggled his banned film out of the country and plans to show it for the first time in 26 years.

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