Damien Hirst has demanded that an early spot painting be returned to him and destroyed after its current owner sought to sell it, the Daily Telegraph reported.
The Los Angeles arts scene is greeting July with a guided art walk, a documentary, and some live performances — including one by Emily Mast.
An artist has been charged with selling $1.9 million worth of Jackson Pollock paintings, all of which turned out to be counterfeits, the New York Post reported.
Following its employees’ vote to unionize at last Tuesday’s elections, independent bookseller Book Culture fired five of its thirty staffers, Gothamist reported.
The 36 photographs currently on view at Sushi Bar Gallery are the works of 19 alumni of the Yale Photography MFA program. With the prints framed and hung neatly on the gallery’s white walls, the show seems like any other standard group exhibition — except for this one, the curators pulled the images from the artists’ personal Instagram streams.
In our inaugural LA listings this week: the city’s exhibition openings and other festivities spill out of museums and galleries into the streets, churches, rooftops, and beyond. Here’s your guide to seven ways to get your art fix.
Navigating the innumerable conversations on Reddit may seem overwhelming, especially if you’re exploring a topic as broad as art, but the key to uncovering gems lies in finding the subreddits that inform, intrigue, or amuse you the most.
The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum is opening the newly renovated sixth floor of its Eliza G. Radeke building to the public this Friday.
Kara Walker’s 75-foot-long, 35-foot-tall sculpture made of 160,000 pounds of sugar rests in the expansive, soon-to-be-razed Domino Sugar Refinery, surrounded by 15 five-foot-tall statues of boys coated in molasses and brown sugar. Where are all the sugar-seeking pests?
The Detroit Institute of Arts announced today that the city’s automakers will contribute $26 million to the museum’s $100 million share of a “grand bargain” fund destined to support municipal pensions.
The current joint exhibition Stone Dreams at apartment-turned-gallery ORGY PARK features the space’s founder/resident, Steve Mykietyn, and London-based artist Keef Winter.
The landscapes of the body and of the universe collide in a series of new works at Marissa Perel’s solo show The Voyager, the inaugural exhibition of Pseudo Empire gallery in Bushwick.