The ninth edition of the 1-54 fair in Harlem made me proud of my Blackness, a feeling most art spaces don’t often inspire.
The ’70s Are Back, Baby
That 70’s Show, a new “art fair” in Manhattan, is a refreshingly free alternative to this weekend’s astronomically priced shows.
What Kim Kardashian Taught Me About Art Fairs
At the Independent, the cool kids of the art world rhapsodized about celebrity culture and the environment.
Getting Body Curious at New York’s TEFAF Art Fair
The less-than-idealized body is a mainstay of modern art. But whether or not it sells is another question.
Future Art Fair Is Officially on the Map
The show does away with one of the worst aspects of art fairs: galleries displaying their loudest works in an ever-escalating bidding war.
Nerding Out at New York’s Antiquarian Book Fair
The fair showcases thousands upon thousands of books, ephemera, and historic works on paper.
Is There Room for Care at an Art Fair?
One might go to an art fair anticipating spectacle, but what I found at Expo Chicago was much more heartening, and deeply Midwestern.
Quieter Artworks Stand Out At a New York Photo Fair
At this year’s Association of International Photography Art Dealers show, the best works offer glimpses into the personal lives of photographers and their subjects.
At the Outsider Art Fair, Passion Trumps Prestige
The fair fosters a welcoming environment for all those with an appreciation for art, regardless of background or technical know-how.
Tamales, Celebs, and Hungry Collectors at Frieze LA
Despite reports of booming business and a more open art world, much of it remains opaque.
At LA’s Felix Art Fair, More Is More
The art displayed in the rooms of Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel this year proves that Minimalism is officially dead.
Your Handy Guide to LA Frieze Week 2023
Yes, you’ll have to cross the 405 after 3 pm, but we promise it’ll be worth it.