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Wildfires and Dead Palm Trees Haunt the L.A. Dream in Zoe Crosher’s New Show
“It was really like the end is nigh, and it was a little too close.”
Artist Hiba Ali Worked at an Amazon Fulfillment Center and Makes Art About It
A truth-talking cardboard delivery box exposes superstructural greed.
Jerry Saltz’s Guide to the Met for the Crowd-Averse
A nearly hidden entrance, the line-free underground cafeteria, and a jaw-dropping yet somehow always deserted room.
Sol LeWitt’s Daughter, Eva LeWitt, Grows Her Own Career
She has an exhibition at the Jewish Museum.
Lyle Ashton Harris on Basquiat, Black Panther, and Afrofuturism’s Queer Roots
At Salon 94, the artist revisits self-portraiture.
Francesco Clemente Worries New York Is Too Safe a Place to Produce Great Art
The Haute Bohemian painter on the Beats, Peter Brant, and the pleasures of burned-out buildings.
Ron Athey Still Bleeds for You
The provocateur returns to Performance Space New York and loses his head.
Anna Maria Maiolino Made These Drawings Before She Left Her Husband 50 Years Ago
Frustrated by domestic pressures and a language barrier in New York, the Brazilian artist turned to her sketchbook.
Everything You Know About Vincent van Gogh Is Wrong
At Eternity’s Gate
director Julian Schnabel addresses a few common myths about the troubled artist.
Willem Dafoe Sits Down With His Old Friend Jerry Saltz to Talk van Gogh
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.
Emojis, Inflatable Whales, and
Rodeo at Dallas Art Festival
This year’s Aurora brought in curators from around the globe.
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.
Manet, Matisse, Mickalene Thomas: A Show About the Black Model in Art History
But what does it mean that it’s at Columbia University’s West Harlem Expansion Campus?
On the Nearly Indescribable Light in Diane Arbus’s Last Photographs
Is it about to rain? Dusk? Something else? Go to David Zwirner to see.
Photographer Jay Maisel Won the Boho-Artist Real-Estate Jackpot in 1966
The 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.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Andy Warhol in Eight Works
An appreciation of an American revolutionary, ahead of the Whitney’s can’t-miss new retrospective.
Did You Know Ellsworth Kelly and Alexander Calder Were Pals?
An exhibition exploring their friendship.
Meet the Dynamic Duos at the Hirshhorn Gala
Siblings, lovers, business partners, and more! Meet the creative couples honored by the museum at Lincoln Center.
A ‘Retrospective’ for Emerging Artists in Bushwick’s Former Pfizer Factory
Curating your friends in a “parody” of art nepotism.
It’s Election Day: Is Anyone Going to Listen to the Art World?
From billboards to Instagram, trying to make the electorate more engaged.
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.
Narcissister’s Documentary About Her Pornographic Performance Art and Her Mother
The masked gender provocateur reveals the poignant family story behind her subversive practice.
Catherine Opie on the Midterms, MoCA, and her New Film,
The artist’s film is about burning down utopia.
Kayode Ojo’s Show Has a Male Chastity System and Balenciaga Jeans
The artist’s New York solo debut finds inspiration in fashion and advertising to comment on value, perversion, and betrayal.
Jake Kean Mayman’s Deceptively Decorative Paintings Will Teach You History
Brush up on American Imperialism.
This Long-Running MoMA Show Might Restore Your Faith in Utopianism
Finding solace in Bodys Isek Kingelez.
Welcome to SEEN
A limited-run expansion of Vulture’s coverage of the art world, all around the world.
This Is the Price List for Paula Cooper Gallery’s First Show in 1968
$1,500 for a Carl Andre! Cheap!
John Waters Is the Godfather of Baltimore’s Art Scene
The Prince of Puke’s museum retrospective inspires six artists to reflect on his transgressive influence on his hometown.
Andrea Rosen Has Decided to Close Up Shop. This Is a Major Loss.
Rosen gave us Felix Gonzalez-Torres, John Currin, and Wolfgang Tillmans — who together invented the 1990s art world.
The dowager empress of downtown Maripol hosts a screening of the film, which stars Basquiat.
A Critique of Paint Nite in 14 Points
A new painting class is filling up Instagram feeds. We look into the fine art of being basic.
Sex and the City
’s Guide to the Art World, in 8 GIFs
Lessons from a 1990s caricature.
seen in the studio
SEEN in the Studio: Shirin Neshat
A visit to the Iranian filmmaker and artist’s Canal Street space.
Inside the Art-Filled Home of Todd Oldham and Tony Longoria
How a couple actually lives with the art they collect.