Under which conditions should an art museum ethically and responsibly do business with a repressive authoritarian government?
I couldn’t in good conscience accept an invitation to an exhibition hosted and sponsored by a brutal regime.
Does an attempt to lift up the art of Marisol backfire?
In 1962, Andy Warhol desperately wanted to be like his accomplished new pal, Marisol.
A large exhibition like Devan Shimoyama’s at the Andy Warhol Museum inevitably puts great pressure on a very young artist. It also offers a marvelous challenge for reviewers.
My Perfect Body makes plain Warhol’s self-conscious relationship to his own body and fascination with others.
Here’s a small taste of what this vast country had to offer in art this year.
From the world’s oldest ham to corvettes crushed in a sinkhole, some of the greatest wonders of our museums are available 24/7 through online webcams.
Collector and publisher Peter Brant — whose Brant Publications Inc. publishes Art in America, Interview, and Antiques — is joining the influx of museums to downtown Manhattan.
Eighty-five years ago today, Andrej Varhola, Jr., was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He would go on to become the famous Andy Warhol, whose artwork decorates the walls of museums and, most recently, Perrier bottles. In honor of that birthday, the Andy Warhol Museum has set up a live webcam feed of his grave, starting today.
PITTSBURGH – In her mid-career retrospective Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After at the Andy Warhol Museum, Deborah Kass accomplishes the seemingly impossible by breathing new life and critical ideas into the appropriation of Andy Warhol’s work.
Each year, the Armory Show art fair highlights the particular artistic landscape of a region of the world in their Focus section. In 2013, the spotlight will fall on the United States, the Armory’s native homeland.