1. gallery
    This Artist Filled a Huge Gallery With Tiny Drawings of ProtestersCan you spot your sign?
  2. new york beginnings
    The Director and the Pharaoh: How Thomas Hoving Created the Museum BlockbusterWhen King Tut became a celebrity.
  3. art
    Damien Hirst Will Take the Hate With the Love in Venice“As an artist, the best you can hope for is people arguing, mixed reviews. Love it and hate it.”
  4. tributes
    I Wish This Tribute to Oscar Wilde Could Remain in New York ForeverThis enchanted mise-en-scène is devoted to Wilde’s tragic last chapter: his trial and imprisonment for homosexuality, followed by his death in exile.
  5. $$$$
    Leonardo da Vinci Painting Sold at Auction for Record-Breaking $450.3 MillionMarketed as “The Last da Vinci,” Salvator Mundi was the last known painting by the master in a private collection.
  6. art
    Where Did Marina Abramovic Institute’s Money Go?The Hudson holy site is being abandoned.
  7. Jerry Saltz: Christie’s Says This Painting Is by Leonardo. I Really Doubt It.One look at this painting tells me it’s a sham.
  8. #art
    Who’s a Better Painter: Taylor Swift or Britney Spears?They’ve each made a foray into the art world.
  9. portfolio
    The Photographer Who Considers Herself More of a ‘Visual Activist’South African artist Zanele Muholi’s self-portraits seem familiar at first, but the details tell a bigger story.
  10. art
    Laurie Anderson and Marilyn Minter Say Scream on the 2016 Election AnniversaryA tribute to Yoko Ono.
  11. art
    What If Jimmie Durham, Noted Cherokee Artist, Is Not Actually Cherokee?He’s been called “the art world’s Rachel Dolezal.”
  12. art
    Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark’s Fusion of Art, Architecture, and AnarchyThis month, the sprawling exhibition “Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect” takes over the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
  13. art
    Radical in Content, Retrograde in Form: What Should We Make of ‘Trigger’?I wish I didn’t feel as conflicted as I do about this show that surveys “gender beyond the binary.”
  14. In Defense of Difficult Art at the Guggenheim’s Controversial ExhibitionThe works displayed involving animals were recently the subject of public outrage.
  15. new yorker festival 2017
    Police Told Ai Weiwei He’d Seen ‘Too Many Hollywood Movies’ While Talking Rights“Freedom of speech or individual rights or liberty — for police, they think of this as ridiculous.”
  16. art review
    The Fearless Chris Ofili Enters His Own Personal Paradise LostThe four paintings are hung behind a cage of cyclone fencing.
  17. animal cruelty
    Guggenheim Won’t Show Art Accused of Depicting Animal Cruelty Following Threats“As an arts institution committed to presenting a multiplicity of voices, we are dismayed that we must withhold works of art.”
  18. Which Famous Athletes Are Really Into Jim Carrey’s Art?Carrey claims sports stars are fans of his work.
  19. art
    This Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About GenderMeet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
  20. art review
    Kara Walker’s New Show Is the Best Art Made About This Country in This CenturyIt’s extraordinary to see an artist responding so well to the incredible political storm blowing all around us.
  21. fall preview 2017
    What Vulture’s Critics Are Most Excited for This FallA new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, David Hockney at the Met, and more.
  22. fall preview 2017
    38 Must-See Art Exhibits Opening This FallKara Walker, Chris Ofili, David Hockney, and more.
  23. fall preview 2017
    Ai Weiwei on His Massive Upcoming Public Art Fund Project“It is like presenting yourself to an old lover; to give to the city what I never had a chance to achieve when I was there.”
  24. art
    Protest Art: What Is It Good For?Digging through the Whitney’s archive of resistance.
  25. artist statements
    Read Kara Walker’s Artist Statement About Being Fed Up With Such Statements“How many ways can a person say racism is the real bread and butter of our American mythology…”
  26. Jerry Saltz: I Give In, MoMA. You’ve Won Me Over. (Halfway, Anyway.)MoMA has been this broken spatial matrix since November 4, 2004, the day it reopened with great fanfare.
  27. celebrities are just like us
    Alice Cooper Forgot He Had an Andy Warhol Print Worth Millions in His StorageCooper’s ex-girlfriend bought it for him.
  28. Hanging in the Babylonests With Hélio OiticicaPre-Instagram pretty boys lounge.
  29. Looking for New Electricity in the Mostly Static Art WorldIt’s not a matter of art being becoming more political. But the more I look for signs of artistic vitality, the more frustrated I’ve become.
  30. podcasts
    WNYC and MoMA Are Making an Artsy Podcast with Broad City’s Abbi JacobsonTwo major New York cultural institutions are coming together to make a podcast baby.
  31. Abbi Jacobson’s New Art Podcast ‘A Piece of Work’ Premieres on July 10thBroad City’s Abbi Jacobson is teaming up with WNYC Studios and the Museum of Modern Art for a 10-part podcast about modern and contemporary […]
  32. art
    The Salvador Dalí Paternity Case Proves That Drama Doesn’t End at DeathA judge has ordered that Dalí’s body be exhumed.
  33. banksy
    Is This the True Identity of Banksy?Mystery solved?
  34. obituary
    Tom Wolfe on Marie Cosindas, an Artist Who Created Something Completely NewA photographer who worked as no one else did.
  35. corporate feminism
    The ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Was Originally Supposed to Be a CowThe story of the bovine statue that could’ve been.
  36. art fairs
    Jerry Saltz: The Drawing I Can’t Stop Thinking About From Frieze New YorkA great work of art from 1875 that’s never been seen in any museum.
  37. art du jour
    Artist Protests Fearless Girl by Installing Pissing Pug Statue Beside It“It has nothing to do with feminism.”
  38. How to Navigate an Art Fair With Jerry Saltz▶️ Nobody can do it like Jerry.
  39. photography
    9 Rarely Seen New York Moments, Captured by Diane ArbusA preview of “Diane Arbus: In the Park,” opening today at the Lévy Gorvy gallery.
  40. gallery
    How to Tell If Your Child Is a Future Art StarProjectArt hosts an exhibition of the very early works of famous artists.
  41. money money money
    The Met Is Reportedly Considering Charging Tourists an Admission FeeAlert your visiting grandparents now!
  42. That’s the Last Time I Plan an Art Heist on Facebook Events, by Bizzy Coy Alphonse, Natasha, and Mister Fingers, I write this letter with a heavy heart. I thought we were friends—no, more than friends. […]
  43. art and design 2017
    22 Artists, Critics, and Curators on What Makes Protest Art SuccessfulWe asked what works they’d found most powerful in the current climate — and what works from the past they felt inspiring in new ways.
  44. art and design 2017
    Is Political Art the Only Art That Matters Now?The art world is going to war with Trump. If it doesn’t shoot itself in the foot first.
  45. art and design 2017
    The ‘Carb Artist’ Who Makes Work Out of Fake Food and Real AspirationsChloe Wise and her mixed-up relationship with ubiquity.
  46. art and design 2017
    Jerry Saltz Reviews Jerry Saltz: A Critic Looks at His Own Early ArtworkBefore I became a critic, I was an artist, and in the early 1970s, I feverishly devoted myself to illustrating the entirety of Dante’s Divine Comedy.
  47. feature
    Jerry Saltz: My Life As a Failed ArtistDecades after giving up the dream for good, an art critic returns to the work he’d devoted his life to, then abandoned — but never really forgot.
  48. feature
    With Rumors, Scandal, and a Record Budget Shortfall, What Broke the Met?Just a year ago, the museum was planning an ambitious expansion and touting record attendance. Now its director has been ousted.
  49. documentary
    The Truth About the Guggenheim’s Golden-Toilet ArtistYou can now see the Maurizio Cattelan documentary.
  50. on art
    ‘Charging Bull’ Artist Says ‘Fearless Girl’ Sculpture Infringes on His RightsHe called the newly arrived sculpture an “advertising trick.”
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