Founded in Williamsburg by Tatyana Okshteyn in 2002, the gallery shifted from a commercial model to an increased emphasis on nonprofit projects.
Plus a Martin Kippenberger sold for $11 million at Phillips, and the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Minneapolis Institute of Art were jointly gifted Native and South American textiles.
A church in a small Spanish city entrusted the restoration of a neglected artwork to an amateur art restorer. Sound familiar?
Painted in 1986, the mural was covered up with aluminum siding three years later and has only just been brought back to light.
The second annual edition of the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair brings 23 exhibitors to Barnard Hall this weekend.
Co-organized by the Racial Imaginary Institute and the Kitchen, this weekend’s event boasts a powerful lineup of artists, writers, and thinkers on race.
The artist finally confirmed his presence in the French capital, while another unconfirmed work appears to be his tribute to victims of the November 2015 terrorist attacks.
The six new murals include images referring to the migrant crisis and France’s attempts to ban hijabs.
“Narcissus Garden” will be on view in a former train garage at Fort Tilden from July 1 until Labor Day.
Plus the Fairfield University Art Museum gets a gift of more than 1,500 prints and the Cleveland Museum of Art acquired paintings by Dirck van Baburen and Emma Amos.
A clandestine modification of a junk removal billboard and a nighttime projection of a political cartoon called out the president’s family separation policy.
The artist claims that the gun advocacy group is committing copyright infringement by using an image of his sculpture in a video without his permission.