Vast in size and scope, Memory Lost recalls a mid-career retrospective more than a single gallery show.
Galleries including Gagosian and Marian Goodman have been accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to make their websites accessible to the blind or visually impaired.
On Monday, artist Robert Cenedella’s lawyers appeared before a Manhattan judge to argue that a conspiracy exists between New York’s top museums and galleries to celebrate the Warhols of the world at the expense of the “Anti-Warhols.” [UPDATE: Cenedella’s case has been dismissed by a judge for insufficient evidence, though a representative for the artist says he is in discussions to refile his claim.]
BASEL, Switzerland — How many works by Alexander Calder are out there?
The elevator opens onto a dark, shrouded foyer. A few steps in and one encounters quite unexpectedly the large, gloomy front room of Argentine artist Adrián Villar Rojas’s first solo exhibition, Two Suns, at the Marian Goodman Gallery, New York.
Maria Nordman’s show is not the first thing you’ll see when you step off the elevator and into Marian Goodman’s midtown space.
The Art Newspaper published the results of research that found that artists from five of the world’s biggest galleries accounted for nearly a third of solo museum shows in the US between 2007 and 2013.
Frieze New York is an undeniably nice fair. Even if you generally hate art fairs, or sympathize with the union workers, or a devotee of the Armory Show, you have to admit that Frieze does it right: the spacious, light-filled tent, the excellent food options, the weekend-getaway feel as you board the ferry to Randall’s Island.
Time flies when you’re looking at art. This week’s prescription features a few shows that are closing (already!), including Jeff Wall and Maurizio Cattelan.