Down Иorth: North Atlantic Triennial and CHART suggest a model of regional exhibition-making that refutes the essentialism common in contemporary art.
Ceramic fried eggs, critiques of real estate, and a whole booth dedicated to female-identifying saints caught my eye at Untitled, NADA, and Art Miami.
At this year’s show, I reflected on the lack of bilingual materials, the absurdity of art-fair gimmick, and the workers who make it all possible.
Paddy Johnson answers your questions about art fairs, visibility, and frustrating studio visits.
Virtually everyone remarked on how quiet the fair was, with some reveling in this fact and others casting it plainly as a failure.
This year’s International Fine Print Dealers Association Print Fair features work so eye-catching, it’s easy to forget the medium is sometimes disregarded in the art world.
As I wandered this fair, I asked myself: Who is being served by the purportedly revisionist undertaking of singing the unsung?
Paper is all about ease, comfort, and approachability, and it’s gratifying when artworks embody these values.
Hop from the Seaport District to Madison Avenue without despairing with our run-down of next week’s art-fair extravaganza.
I won’t bother you with talk about how obscenely decadent and out of touch the Frieze art fair is. And yet…
The small New York art fair celebrated its 26th edition with the works of 11 women artists.
It is as if, after two years of staring at works on screen, galleries knew that audiences were hungry for artwork so physical, you could devour them with your eyes.