The collection of never-before-showcased objects materialize the underpinnings of urban livelihoods: commerce, culture, ancestry, trauma, which, particularly for Black Americans, are inextricably entwined.
Richard Gray Gallery
Jim Dine Breaks Out
Although Dine is considered a blue-chip artist (a rather ugly term, if you ask me), the New York art world has not been kind to him.
Serenity and a Few Surprises at the TEFAF New York Spring Fair
There’s something confident about this old-school European fair — the exhibitors let the game come to them.
Ladies First at the ADAA Art Show
Women artists are ubiquitous at the most august of the week’s art fairs, from canonical figures like Lee Krasner and Lee Bontecou to lesser-known figures like Zilia Sánchez and Evelyn Statsinger.