Artist Nao Bustamante debuted Grave Gallery on a 3-by-7-foot burial plot at the historic Hollywood Forever cemetery.
Eight New Art Spaces to Visit in Brooklyn
From a Williamsburg basement to a Bed-Stuy living room and a project space in Gowanus, there’s no shortage of art to discover in the borough.
Seven Indie Art Spaces to Check Out in Los Angeles
Your list of inventive, of-the-moment, and very Los Angeles art venues, including the LA River, The Elysian, No Moon LA, and more.
Nearly Half of US Museums Focus on Just 4% of Contemporary Artists
A new report examines how emerging artists fare across different cities in the US, finding key gender disparities.
No Purchase Necessary: A New Brooklyn Gallery Will Loan Out Artworks
“I’m hoping people really get that experience of enjoying an art piece in their home environment,” said Arabella von Arx, founder of Gallery Particulier.
As Black Lives Matter Protests Continue, Some NYC Art Galleries Board Up Storefronts
Now, some galleries are taking measures to conceal their windows or board up, but others have long used telling architectural markers of exclusion to discourage diverse audiences.
NYC’s Lesley Heller Gallery Will Close Permanently
The COVID-19 crisis has had tremendous impact on small and mid-sized galleries in New York.
9 New Galleries That Opened in New York City in 2017
Don’t focus on the closings. Three cheers for new galleries!
A Tale of Two Gallerists
The two coincidental exhibitions in New York, on the gallerists Ileana Sonnabend (1914–2007) at the Museum of Modern Art and Holly Solomon (1934–2002) at Mixed Greens, make for engaging historiography, selective histories within the established art narratives.
A Long Short List of Gallery Shows to See This Fall
I don’t know about you, but I was enjoying my slow, lazy summer, and then all of a sudden it was Labor Day. The art world woke up, and I went from having a few museum exhibitions I needed to catch to feeling overwhelmed by the all of the shows. So, I decided to sort through and round up some of the ones I’m most looking forward to.
Online Art Galleries Go Indie
Lately, the art world has been awash in technology-driven art start-ups, including well-funded ventures like 20×200, Artsy, and Artspace that dominate headlines by providing access to buying (or at least window shopping) art to a wider audience than blue-chip collectors. Making the gallery experience less intimidating is all well and good, but what about the nice parts of going to a small, hip art space and being able to pick out a piece that you might be able to afford? The good news is that a pair of independent, effortlessly cool online art galleries have recently launched to provide engaged collectors with the chance to follow specific curatorial voices.
27th Street Chelsea Galleries Hard Hit by Sandy Will Reopen This Weekend
Five galleries sit in a row on the northern edge of Chelsea, lined up on 27th Street between Eleventh and Twelfth Avenues. All of them are fairly small, by Chelsea standards, and a bit rougher around the edges, perhaps a bit more experimental, than your average neighborhood space. Unfortunately, all of them were also hit incredibly hard by Hurricane Sandy.