"He was making amazing paintings right up to the end."
Some folks are up in arms over a proposed show of YouTube videos at the museum.
But did it uncover a major artist?
Jerry Saltz finds himself in a bold and combative piece intended to show the art world as a Babylon.
Revelers licking an ice sculpture that looked suspiciously like a giant phallus, and much more!
Never has the scene been so competitive.
Who says the art market is dead?
The work, a motion-activated replica of a human tongue called 'Noisette,' is intended to result in a "mischievous slapstick routine."
A chalk portrait bought for $19,000 two years ago might be worth $100 million if it's by Da Vinci.
Both right-wingers and art insiders were disappointed in the choices.
"Money may have left the party, but the party is still going on."
A challenge to Glenn Beck: Curate two exhibitions in New York.
After years of using his photos to paint from, Wiley decided to show the source material itself.
A show opening in Rome argues that right now is a glamorous and golden age of art in New York, one that will be remembered as a turning point in art history.
Vandals have also already tagged the mural with the phrase "Blog about this."
Their mural is currently being painted on the corner of Bowery and Houston.
According to Deitch, "the mural will blend ideas from the artist’s daily life with the fantasy or 'ludico' world where the recognizable is harmonically blended with the abstract."
The Day-Glo corner just got a white paint job, in anticipation of a new mural.
At $310 million, J. Ezra Merkin is getting less than he had hoped for his art collection, insiders say — but he still may be making more than the collection is worth.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that it has completed the round of layoffs announced back in March, with an overall death toll of 357 positions.
Check out footage from the hotel's new video installation.
Maybe sinking malls have no other way of making money.
The conclusion of many was that “art should be moral.” That’s when I started to get uncomfortable.
Paul Chan, Tony Conrad, and Yoko Ono at the art-world equivalent of the Miss America pageant.
'New York' art critic Saltz walks us through the highlights, including a brown-painted Ford covered in oat flakes.