The Jewish Museum hosts a conversation about Soutine’s gestural painting and still lifes, moderated by Hyperallergic’s John Yau.
Plus a comic book collector donated more than 3,000 objects to the Library of Congress.
Since it was formed in 1996 by former students of composer and Fluxus member Takehisa Kosugi, Marginal Consort has gathered once every year to perform without any planning or rehearsal.
The Studio Museum director will discuss the influence of books on her life and career with author Kaitlyn Greenidge at the New York Public Library.
Plus Christies and Sotheby’s wrapped up their New York spring sales, museums and foundations snapped up works deaccessioned by the Berkshire Museum, and more.
For its fourth edition, the artist-run fair is relocating to a 33,000-square foot lot near downtown Miami directly alongside the NADA fair’s new location.
The canonical work of feminist art served as inspiration for 11 mini-operas written, composed, developed, and designed by NYU students.
The 2018 edition of the Itinerant Performance Art Festival features works that imagine alternatives to conventional, binary identities and categories.
The reclusive Pop and hard-edge artist died at his home in Maine this past Saturday.
With less than a month before the FCC is due to repeal rules protecting the open internet, a measure to save it still needs to be approved by the House of Representatives and President Trump.
The Museum of Modern Art acquired 324 works from the Merrill C. Berman Collection, and new auction records for Kazimir Malevich, Kerry James Marshall, and David Hockney were set at this week’s spring sales at Christie’s and Sotheby’s.
The smartphone-shaped float features one of the artist’s distinctive, distorted selfies.