This week I crossed the Atlantic just in time to miss all of New York’s fairs (The Armory, Volta, NADA, Independent…). The city is far from barren though and on my first day I headed towards Chelsea’s galleries for an unexpected celluloid and neon trail, starting with David Zwirner.
There’s always plenty of interesting stuff at Frieze London and Frieze Masters, whether or not you like it as art. Here are four unusual works which I did also rate highly as art.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit every week.
Dan Flavin: ‘Untitled (to Alan Shepard in honour of the upward and downward journey)’, 1984 I’ve mentioned before that it’s… Read More
The exhibition brings together 8 works starting in 1963
East Galleries 10th September – 31st October 2009 This autumn, Haunch of Venison London will explore the connections between four… Read More
Byron Kim, Synecdoche 1991 © Courtesy of Max Protetch Gallery. At a time of unprecedented interest in the role of… Read More
PHILLIPS de PURY & COMPANY ANNOUNCES THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM ITS FORTHCOMING NEW YORK CONTEMPORARY ART PART I SALE
MAJOR WORKS BY ROBERT GOBER, PHILIP GUSTON, JOHN BALDESSARI, ED RUSCHA, DONALD JUDD AND DAN FLAVIN TO BE OFFERED Phillips… Read More
Christie’s will offer a selection of works from the Collection of Betty Freeman in the May 13 Post-War & Contemporary… Read More
Un Certain Etat du Monde ? A Selection of Works From François Pinault Foundation at GCCC Moscow from March 19th
Hanging Heart (Red/Gold), 1994–2006 High chromium stainless steel with transparent colour coating 291 x 280 x 101.5 cm© Jeff Koons… Read More
A battle to persuade HM Revenue & Customs that video installations and light sculptures are works of art has been… Read More