Today, Frieze New York revealed the list of participating galleries for the fair’s tenth edition, which will take place for… Read More
Mehretu’s expansive, and incredibly labour intensive works each tackle their own important themes—immigration, displacement, social and economic inequality, and natural disasters
New Moynihan Train Hall, features 3 ambitious site-specific permanent installations by artists Kehinde Wiley, Elmgreen & Dragset and Stan Douglas
Over the New Year Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the opening of the new Moynihan Train Hall, along with three… Read More
Interdisciplinary artist Kenny Rivero presents autobiographical series of new paintings that poetically explore his “fear of death as a person of color in America” through the lens of Dominican-American identity.
Vivian Springford at Almine Rech is only the artist’s second solo show; The opening exhibition was in 2018 when Almine Rech Gallery first began to represent Springford’s estate.
Even at the opposite end of the gallery, each individual component of the painting was so intense that, when combined, a rich mix of emotion exuded from the canvas. Each work, as a matter of fact, in American painter Amy Sillman’s exhibition, Twice Removed seemed to have this effect.
50 celebrated artists have partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless to create these stunning limited edition artist plates.
Ice and Fire is viewable online through an exhibition website designed by Wade Guyton, Jacqueline Humphries, Jon Lucas, and Eric Wrenn: 512w19.thekitchen.org.
For the second instalment of OBJECT, Lauren Manoogian presents a 21-piece edit of vessels by Lætitia Jacquetton, that will be exhibited and available for presale at the Lauren Manoogian New York space
dingbats is an online exhibition featuring fifty unique hand-drawn illustrations by interdisciplinary artist and musician David Byrne, made this year while isolating in his Manhattan apartment.
Gagosian is pleased to present Black Vessel, Theaster Gates’s first ever solo exhibition in New York following his inclusion in the Whitney Biennial one decade ago. Gates’s approach to artmaking is as protean as it is spiritual and political.
137 million Americans are struggling with medical debt – that is more than one-third of Americans. In Medical Bill Art, MSCHF’s latest work, they used the art market in order to pay off and absolve three pieces of medical debt, totalling $73,360.36.
Peter Saul: Murder in the Kitchen, Early Works, features paintings and works on paper created from 1959 to 1966. The exhibition charts the artist’s development as he emerges as one of the most original voices in 20th century American painting.
Ryan Gander will open Lisson Gallery’s new space in New York with an exhibition highlighting time as the new currency, reflecting on how – in an age of identity politics, selfie culture and an incessant need to shout the loudest – the focus of our time should be on the value of time itself.