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Art

  1. q&a
    Francesco Clemente Worries New York Is Too Safe a Place to Produce Great ArtThe Haute Bohemian painter on the Beats, Peter Brant, and the pleasures of burned-out buildings.
  2. art
    Ron Athey Still Bleeds for YouThe provocateur returns to Performance Space New York and loses his head.
  3. seen
    Anna Maria Maiolino Made These Drawings Before She Left Her Husband 50 Years AgoFrustrated by domestic pressures and a language barrier in New York, the Brazilian artist turned to her sketchbook.
  4. clarifications
    Everything You Know About Vincent van Gogh Is WrongAt Eternity’s Gate director Julian Schnabel addresses a few common myths about the troubled artist.
  5. reunions
    Willem Dafoe Sits Down With His Old Friend Jerry Saltz to Talk van GoghAfter 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.
  6. big d
    Emojis, Inflatable Whales, and Blade Runner Rodeo at Dallas Art FestivalThis year’s Aurora brought in curators from around the globe.
  7. diy
    DIY Signal Gallery Closes: Is the Golden Age of the Bushwick Art Scene Over?Two 20-somethings cultivated an artist-first environment in the former rug warehouse where they also lived.
  8. art
    Manet, Matisse, Mickalene Thomas: A Show About the Black Model in Art HistoryBut what does it mean that it’s at Columbia University’s West Harlem Expansion Campus?
  9. photography
    On the Nearly Indescribable Light in Diane Arbus’s Last PhotographsIs it about to rain? Dusk? Something else? Go to David Zwirner to see.
  10. trailer mix
    Photographer Jay Maisel Won the Boho-Artist Real-Estate Jackpot in 1966The trailer for a new documentary about the Gilded Age bank building at 190 Bowery, Maisel’s home for 50 years, which he bought for $102,000.
  11. appreciations
    Everything You Wanted to Know About Andy Warhol in Eight WorksAn appreciation of an American revolutionary, ahead of the Whitney’s can’t-miss new retrospective.
  12. mutual benefit
    Did You Know Ellsworth Kelly and Alexander Calder Were Pals?An exhibition exploring their friendship.
  13. gala!
    Meet the Dynamic Duos at the Hirshhorn GalaSiblings, lovers, business partners, and more! Meet the creative couples honored by the museum at Lincoln Center.
  14. art
    A ‘Retrospective’ for Emerging Artists in Bushwick’s Former Pfizer FactoryCurating your friends in a “parody” of art nepotism.
  15. vote
    It’s Election Day: Is Anyone Going to Listen to the Art World?From billboards to Instagram, trying to make the electorate more engaged.
  16. fomo
    The Gregor Hildebrandt Opening You Wish You Were At (With Kinder-Punk Art Band)Perrotin Gallery put together another buzzy spectacle you probably saw on Instagram.
  17. art
    Narcissister’s Documentary About Her Pornographic Performance Art and Her MotherThe masked gender provocateur reveals the poignant family story behind her subversive practice.
  18. art
    Catherine Opie on the Midterms, MoCA, and her New Film, The ModernistThe artist’s film is about burning down utopia.
  19. art
    Kayode Ojo’s Show Has a Male Chastity System and Balenciaga JeansThe artist’s New York solo debut finds inspiration in fashion and advertising to comment on value, perversion, and betrayal.
  20. art
    Jake Kean Mayman’s Deceptively Decorative Paintings Will Teach You HistoryBrush up on American Imperialism.
  21. art
    This Long-Running MoMA Show Might Restore Your Faith in UtopianismFinding solace in Bodys Isek Kingelez.
  22. art
    Welcome to SEENA limited-run expansion of Vulture’s coverage of the art world, all around the world.
  23. art
    This Is the Price List for Paula Cooper Gallery’s First Show in 1968$1,500 for a Carl Andre! Cheap!
  24. art
    John Waters Is the Godfather of Baltimore’s Art SceneThe Prince of Puke’s museum retrospective inspires six artists to reflect on his transgressive influence on his hometown.
  25. art
    Hugo Boss Prize–Winning Artist Simone Leigh on Helping Younger Women Artists“I do think that it’s more interesting when you pass through a gate to hold a door open than it is to slam it behind you.”
  26. art
    The Best Lesbian Awards Show Extravaganza in New York City, PeriodA family affair commemorating thottiness, carrying, and community leadership.
  27. art world
    How Does the Art World Live With Itself? I Live and Breathe It and I’m Not Sure.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.
  28. shredding
    Banksy Claims That Painting Was Supposed to Be Totally Shredded“In rehearsals it worked every time.”
  29. art du jour
    Heavenly Bodies Is the Most-Visited Exhibit in the Met’s HistoryOver a million people saw it.
  30. reboots
    Banksy’s ‘Self-Destructed’ Painting Is Reborn As a New WorkAnd the winning bidder is keeping the piece, strips and all.
  31. pranks
    Hell Yeah: Banksy Painting Self-Destructs After Selling for Over $1 Million“Girl with a Balloon” was torn into strips by a shredder mounted in its frame, which, you have to admit, is hilarious.
  32. art
    The de Koonings in the Storage LockerWhether or not they are authentic, they are for sale.
  33. art
    The Rediscovered Legacy of Soho’s Most Outrageous Genderqueer Performance ArtistStephen Varble captivated New York City with his guerrilla performances in the 1970s.
  34. art du jour
    Abbi Jacobson Began Illustrating Because She Didn’t Have Space for Anything ElseWe chat with the Broad City star about some of her favorite illustrations.
  35. art review
    What Was Delacroix Doing? A Relic of One Era, He Somehow Invented Many Others.Somehow his infuriatingly messy paintings point directly to Cézanne, Manet, Renoir, van Gogh, Matisse, de Kooning, Marlene Dumas, and Kara Walker.
  36. art
    On Occupy’s Anniversary, a Rose Blooms in Zuccotti ParkArtist Isa Genzken’s 26-foot-tall flower is planted where the bongos once tried to put a stop to neoliberalism.
  37. art du jour
    Richard Phillips on Mary Boone’s Complicated Legacy and His New York Cover“All along in my paintings, there’s positive and negative readings of them, and I have to embrace both.”
  38. fall preview 2018
    The Future Belonged to Hilma af KlintThe 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously at the Guggenheim.
  39. fall preview 2018
    49 Must-See Art Shows Opening This FallFrom Daniel Arsham, Carmen Herrera, Irving Penn, and more.
  40. trailer mix
    The Price of Everything Trailer: HBO Dives Into the Art MarketFeaturing New York’s own Jerry Saltz!
  41. who is america
    Sacha Baron Cohen Sent Bonkers Letter to Duped Who Is America? Art Gallerist“Anyway, say la vie!”
  42. architecture
    The MoMA’s Tribute to Yugoslavia’s ‘Concrete Utopia’ Is a RevelationThis hugely ambitious show portrays an idiosyncratic, multiethnic, and open postwar society that propelled itself into the industrial age with brio.
  43. who is america
    Art Gallerist Duped by Sacha Baron Cohen Thinks He Is ‘Absolutely’ an Artist“Art and satire, it hurts. I just wish everybody would quit taking themselves so seriously.”
  44. art
    Jenny Saville’s New Paintings Are About Motherhood and #MeTooThe Gagosian show is part of her imagining her own mythic ancestors, a genealogy for a canon that women are no longer so lonely in.
  45. art
    David Wojnarowicz’s Whitney Retrospective Is Overdue, But Couldn’t Be TimelierThis is an astonishingly relevant, urgently important show that reflects on what it means to be human in a time of encroaching political darkness.
  46. art
    The Louvre Now Has a Tour Based on Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s ‘Apeshit’ VideoThe Carters’ Guide to Art History.
  47. art
    Jay-Z Told Will Smith Video of Him Slapping a Prank Reporter Was His Best Work “I just want you to know you’ll never make a better piece of entertainment.”
  48. new york beginnings
    How the Long Fuse on Chelsea’s Art Boom Was LitBack when the High Line was a derelict place to do drugs, the enigmatic Dia Art Foundation began the neighborhood’s transformation.
  49. art
    Henry Taylor’s Wild Heart Can’t Be BrokenEven after a star turn at last year’s Whitney Biennial, the art world still wants to see the master painter as an outsider.
  50. art
    Will the Retail Apocalypse Be Good for the Arts?When a Chase Bank becomes a nonprofit.
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