At Eternity’s Gate director Julian Schnabel addresses a few common myths about the troubled artist.
After decades apart, the two reunite to discuss Dafoe’s riveting performance in Julian Schnabel’s At Eternity’s Gate, about the artist’s last days.
An appreciation of an American revolutionary, ahead of the Whitney’s can’t-miss new retrospective.
Finding solace in Bodys Isek Kingelez.
The painting fetched 40 times its estimate. Why?
I used to think the art world was at war with money, and vice versa. I’m starting to think we’re in a new equilibrium, defined by ambivalence.
Phyllis Kind, art-dealer extraordinaire, changed my life. Twice.
Beautiful volumes about often under-celebrated artists, from groundbreaking Delacroix to Hilma af Klint, pioneer of Abstraction.
Somehow his infuriatingly messy paintings point directly to Cézanne, Manet, Renoir, van Gogh, Matisse, de Kooning, Marlene Dumas, and Kara Walker.
The 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously at the Guggenheim.
This is an astonishingly relevant, urgently important show that reflects on what it means to be human in a time of encroaching political darkness.
This is what happens with an excess of hyperrealism.
Let’s read the tea leaves on the upper end of the food chain.
This is among the best Met roof sculpture installations since the program began in 1987.
As a system, art fairs are like America: They don’t work and no one knows how to fix them.
Including the new home of White Columns.
The ultimate guide to experiencing the high.
An impressive painter’s debut show at Karma gallery.
Scribbles, jots, smears, and smudges that make my knees buckle.
It helps proves my theory that 95 percent of public sculpture is crap.