Plus, Jeff Koons has regained his title as the world’s most expensive living artist, and the Pérez Art Museum Miami has added work by 11 artists including Barthélémy Toguo and Cecilia Vicuña to its collection.
Next week at the New York Public Library, founding members of the Gay Liberation Front will discuss the rise of the queer press in the 1960s and ’70s and how it continues to make an impact today.
This week, artist studios in California, France, Japan, Pennsylvania, and Oklahoma.
Plus, the Getty acquires ancient engraved gems, and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation acquires a rare map.
A group of punk experts will discuss the impact of punk graphic arts this Thursday at the Museum of Arts and Design.
Artists come together to discuss Nari Ward’s repurposed objects as a reflection of place, culture, and identity.
For anyone looking for a handpoked tattoo or a break from Frieze, the Other Art Fair is the place to be.
Plus, the Brooklyn Museum purchases work by Diedrick Brackens and Gala Porras-Kim at Frieze New York, and the Delaware Art Museum purchases work by Hank Willis Thomas.
Check out Hyperallergic’s guide to the art fairs of Frieze Week in New York.
Join the South Bronx Independent Artists Coalition for a tour of various studios throughout the South Bronx.
This week, artist studios in Florida, Michigan, New York, Spain, and Wisconsin.
Plus, the Cleveland Museum of art acquires drawings, photographs, and more, and the National Galleries of Scotland and the V&A purchase a portrait by Antonio Zucchi.