Electronic Art
BERLIN PLUGGED IN
by Rachel Corbett

June 22, 2012

Berlin is often described as a city in an endless state of becoming. After the wall fell in 1989, artists, entrepreneurs and experimenters of all stripes began colonizing the city's big, underpopulated buildings, where rents were low and there was little to lose. Now, Chelsea-caliber galleries line the old East Berlin thoroughfare Augustrasse and a stream of tech startups like SoundCloud have rebranded the city "Silicon Allee." Along with precision engineering and techno music, Berlin has also become a home for digital and electronic art.
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Rachel Corbett Archives
June 18, 2012
Art Basel 2012
THE PRIVATE MUSEUM TAKEOVER
by Rachel Corbett

Jeffrey Deitch on the threat of private museums to fundraising and programming at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.
June 15, 2012
Art Market Watch
ART BASEL LOOKS TO ASIA
by Rachel Corbett

News of Uli Sigg's major donation to a Hong Kong museum spurs forecasts of an Asianized Art Basel.
June 13, 2012
Liste 2012
BASEL'S INDEPENDENT ART FAIR
by Rachel Corbett

A slideshow tour of Liste 13, Basel's indiest art fair.
June 8, 2012
Documenta 13
HELICOPTER RIDES COURTESY CRITICAL ART ENSEMBLE
by Rachel Corbett

A Public Misery Message: A Temporary Monument to Global Economic Inequality.
June 7, 2012
Documenta 2012
BOMBS AWAY
by Rachel Corbett

Ruin, trauma and political strife mark the preview to Documenta 13 -- and that's not just the art.
June 4, 2012
Let's Go Art
DOCUMENTA, BASEL AND BEYOND
by Rachel Corbett

A jetsetter's guide to Basel, Documenta, Manifesta, the Berlin Biennale and other highlights from Europe's June art season.
June 1, 2012
Revolving Doors
LIFE AFTER D'AMELIO TERRAS
by Rachel Corbett

After parting ways with longtime business partner Lucien Terras six months ago, Chris D'Amelio shares his ambitions for the new D'Amelio Gallery.
May 16, 2012
Storm King Art Center
LET THERE BE LIGHT
by Rachel Corbett
The Storm King Art Center opens "Light and Landscape," an unusual tribute to the Hudson River School painters.
May 11, 2012
Art Market Watch
PHILLIPS DE PURY SETS NEW BASQUIAT RECORD
by Rachel Corbett
New records for Jean-Michel Basquiat, Seth Price and Dana Schutz at Phillips de Pury & Company's contemporary evening sale, May 10, 2012.
May 8, 2012
Party Pictures
LUSH LIFE
by Rachel Corbett
Karen Kilimnik's new exhibition opens at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Conn.
May 4, 2012
Frieze New York
TRENDSPOTTING AT FRIEZE
by Rachel Corbett
Art made out of toys, trash, yarn and more at the 2012 Frieze Art Fair in New York.
Apr. 25, 2012
Frieze New York
GUIDE TO THE NEW FRIEZE WEEK NY
by Rachel Corbett
An all new week of spring art events is upon us with the inauguration of Frieze New York. Don’t miss the action with this guide to Frieze, the satellite fairs, the auctions and beyond.
Apr. 24, 2012
Artnet News
CONDÉ NAST FIGHTS TO DISMISS LIBEL LAWSUIT
by Rachel Corbett
While Condť Nast argues in court for the dismissal of Peter Paul Biro's libel lawsuit, Biro's attorney seeks to step up the claims against the media empire and the New Yorker.
Apr. 18, 2012
Lagrange v. Knoedler
LAWYERS CHASE ELUSIVE FIGURE IN KNOEDLER LAWSUIT
by Rachel Corbett
Lawyers for Pierre Lagrange, buyer of a $17 mil possibly fake Jackson Pollock from Knoedler & Co., have turned their attention to gallery owner Michael Hammer.
Apr. 12, 2012
Artnet News
GUGGENHEIM GOES GLOBAL
by Rachel Corbett
Tired of its Eurocentric ways, the Guggenheim announces plans to acquire and exhibit artworks from the lesser-traveled corners of the globe.
Mar. 30, 2012
AIPAD Photo Show
ALL THE ACTION AT AIPAD
by Rachel Corbett
Strolling the halls at the 32nd annual AIPAD photography fair.
Mar. 23, 2012
Exit Art
EXIT INTERVIEW
by Rachel Corbett
The beloved indie-art space says goodbye with a final exhibition, "Every Exit is an Entrance," a retrospective of its own 30-year history.
Mar. 22, 2012
Art Market Watch
HOW BIG IS THE GLOBAL ART MARKET?
by Rachel Corbett
A new report from The European Fine Art Foundation slices and dices the global art market.
Mar. 9, 2012
THE INDEPENDENT
COMES OF AGE

by Rachel Corbett
See why the über-international Independent fair gives its name-brand competitors a run for their money.
Mar. 8, 2012
ARMORY SHOW 2012
by Rachel Corbett
Raised spirits at the VIP preview for the 2012 Armory Show.
Mar. 1, 2012
Brucennial 2012
HIGH AND LOW
by Rachel Corbett
Highlights from the Brucennial, the parody version of the Whitney Biennial put on by the agitator-art collective Bruce High Quality Foundation.
Feb. 21, 2012
Cindy Sherman
MASQUERADE BALL
by Rachel Corbett
With a 40-year career retrospective opening at the Museum of Modern Art, the chameleon photographer is still looking to the future.
Feb. 15, 2012
Yayoi Kusama
THE LAST WORD
by Rachel Corbett
A new memoir by the eccentric 82-year-old "polka-dot painter" is a catalogue of surprisingly entertaining mind scraps..
Jan. 25, 2012
Cariou v. Prince
CARIOU FIGHTS COPYRIGHT APPEAL
by Rachel Corbett

Patrick Cariou's lawyers filed an appellate brief today challenging Richard Prince and Larry Gagosian's attempts to appeal last year's copyright defeat.
Jan. 24, 2012
WEEGEE FEVER! TABLOID PHOTOG GETS FOUR SHOWS
by Rachel Corbett

America's obsession with the police procedural appears to have hit the art world. The International Center of Photography has just opened the largest of four new exhibitions on hard-boiled Depression-era crime photographer Weegee.
Jan. 20, 2012
Bushwick Art Scene
BIGFOOT IN BUSHWICK
by Rachel Corbett

With a scattering of new galleries and next month's arrival of Luhring Augustine, locals debate what's next for the prospering Bushwick art scene.
Jan. 18, 2012
ART OF VIDEO GAMES AT THE SMITHSONIAN
by Rachel Corbett

A new exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art explores 40 years of visual effects, design and storytelling in video-game history
Jan. 18, 2012
IS CORRUPTION BEHIND THE CHINESE ART BOOM?
by Rachel Corbett

Art-market analysts have been aflutter since news hit that two Chinese artists, Zhang Daqian and Qi Bashi, took over the top auction-earner spots last year -- beating out Picasso and Warhol. But is corruption behind the results?
Jan. 18, 2012
GERTRUDE STEIN SHOW PROMPTS CENSOR
by Rachel Corbett

Penny Starr, the conservative writer and activist who led the (successful) crusade to censor David Wojnarowicz at the National Portrait Gallery in D.C. is back with a new outrage -- Gertrude Stein.
Jan. 13, 2012
Maurizio Cattelan
FAMILY BUSINESS GALLERY OPENS AT ANNA KUSTERA
by Rachel Corbett

He's not retired yet -- Maurizio Cattelan teams up again with curator Massimiliano Gioni to open a mini-gallery in Chelsea.
Jan. 12, 2012
ANTI-IMMIGRANT AUTHOR TARGETED AT BERLIN BIENNALE
by Rachel Corbett

Czech artist Martin Zet is waging war against Thilo Sarrazin, author of the anti-immigrant bestseller Germany is Destroying Itself, by collecting as many copies of the book as possible for an upcoming installation at the Berlin Biennale.
Jan. 11, 2012
Damien Hirst
HOT SPOTS
by Rachel Corbett

With spot paintings at all 11 Gagosian galleries around the globe, Damien Hirst dominates once again, and he's still bored by it all.
Jan. 10, 2012
ISLAMIC HAJJ AT BRITISH MUSEUM
by Rachel Corbett

The British Museum in London collaborated with Saudi Arabia's King Abdulaziz Public Library to organize the new exhibition, "Hajj: Journey to the Heart of Islam," exploring the Islamic pilgrimage through 200 objects from 13 different countries.
Jan. 10, 2012
HENRY O. TANNER IN PHILADELPHIA
by Rachel Corbett

Plans for a new Guggenheim satellite museum in Helsinki took a stride forward today with the release of a year-long impact study from the city.
Jan. 10, 2012
Malanga v. Chamberlain
THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING CHAMBERLAIN WARHOL
by Rachel Corbett

Where is 315 Johns, the putative Andy Warhol portrait of John Chamberlain?
Jan. 4, 2012
PRINCE & PICASSO, TOGETHER AT LAST
by Rachel Corbett

Why is Richard Prince having a show at the Museo Picasso Malaga?
Dec. 22, 2011
STUDENT VIDS FROM KALUP LINZY'S NYU CLASS
by Rachel Corbett

Proud professor Kalup Linzy, who has made a career out of his soulful, gender-bending, kitsch drag act, has posted student videos on YouTube from his NYU class "Music, Melodrama and Performance Art."
Dec. 20, 2011
ART-FAIR FORTUNE TELLERS IN COPYCAT FIGHT
by Rachel Corbett

Two Miami artists who both perform fortune teller acts are in a feud over who came up with the idea first.
Dec. 20, 2011
SUPPORT BRAVO, BUY YOUR OWN "WORK OF ART"
by Rachel Corbett

Bravo is selling works on overstockart.com made by contestants on the second season of Work of Art -- and the network's keeping the profits.
Dec. 19, 2011
Jean-Luc Moulène
MINIMUM OPUS
by Rachel Corbett

Dia:Beacon takes its chances with a little-known French sculptor and photographer in a sprawling new year-long exhibition.
Dec. 12, 2011
DANIEL ARSHAM FOR MERCE CUNNINGHAM FINALE
by Rachel Corbett

Daniel Arsham designed the set, lighting and costumes for the final stop on Merce Cunningham's two-year "Legacy" tour.
Dec. 12, 2011
REPORTER OPENS POLITICAL ART GALLERY
by Rachel Corbett

Veteran PBS and Washington Post correspondent Charles Krause opens a gallery for politically themed art.
Dec. 12, 2011
TOUGH ROAD AHEAD FOR ABU DHABI ART
by Rachel Corbett
Abu Dhabi Art was slow this year, no doubt thanks to the Arab Spring, stalled plans for the proposed cultural mecca on Saadiyat Island and new competition from growing art hub Qatar.
Dec. 7, 2011
VOINA ART ACTIVIST ESCAPES FROM RUSSIAN JAIL
by Rachel Corbett

Russian activist and Voina art collective member Leonid Nikolaev documents his dramatic escape from police custody on his blog.
Nov. 29, 2011
FBI INVESTIGATES AB-EX DEALER, KNOEDLER'S CLOSES
by Rachel Corbett

165-year-old Knoedler & Co. closes its doors amid an FBI investigation into a ring of Ab-Ex forgeries that passed through its doors..
Dec. 6, 2011
Miami Art Week
SALES HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ART FAIRS
by Rachel Corbett

A round-up of what sold at Art Basel Miami Beach, Pulse Miami, Art Miami and more.
Nov. 29, 2011
MARTIN CREED AT LONDON'S SKETCH RESTAURANT
by Rachel Corbett

YBA Conceptualist and Turner Prize winner Martin Creed takes over London restaurant the Gallery at Sketch.
Nov. 18, 2011
JANINE GORDON CHALLENGES RYAN MCGINLEY COPYRIGHT DECISION
by Rachel Corbett

Photographer Janine Gordon lost her copyright case against Ryan McGinley this summer, but now she's filed a notice of appeal -- and she plans to represent herself
Nov. 17, 2011
David Altmejd
CREATION THEORY
by Rachel Corbett

Peter Brant's newest star, David Altmejd, transforms the rustic Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Conn., into a bizarre cosmos of the beautiful and the grotesque.
Nov. 14, 2011
Joseph Nahmad
NAHMAD EMPIRE EXPANDS INTO CONTEMPORARY ART
by Rachel Corbett

Say hello to 21-year-old Joseph Nahmad, who is spurning his family's Impressionist and modern art business in favor of contemporary art.
Nov. 10, 2011
CHAMBERLAIN, WOODMAN, PICASSO AND MORE AT THE GUGGENHEIM
by Rachel Corbett

John Chamberlain, Rineke Dijkstra, Francesca Woodman, Pablo Picasso and more come to the Guggenheim in 2012.
Nov. 8, 2011
Art Market Watch
A GOOD $71.2 MILLION AT PHILLIPS DE PURY
by Rachel Corbett

Phillips de Pury contemporary art evening sale pushes into the big leagues -- and raises $2.7 mil for the Guggenheim Museum.
Nov. 7, 2011
Walton Ford
MONKEY MAN
by Rachel Corbett

Daphne Guinness, Padma Lakshmi and friends celebrate wildlife painter Walton Ford’s new show at Paul Kasmin Gallery.
Nov. 1, 2011
NAHMAD GALLERY SUED FOR ALLEGEDLY LOOTED MODIGLIANI
by Rachel Corbett

The sole heir to a Jewish dealer who was looted by Nazis is suing Helly Nahmad Gallery for the return of a pricy Amedeo Modigliani.
Oct. 28, 2011
ARMORY SHOW TOASTS THEASTER GATES
by Rachel Corbett

Rising star and Armory Show artist Theaster Gates worked the crowd at a party in his honor last night at Rose Bar.
Oct. 28, 2011
THE MULTIPLE POPES OF MAURIZIO CATTELAN
by Rachel Corbett

Maurizio Cattelan's supposed to be retired, yet a factory in Carrara has been manufacturing marble replicas of his sculptures. Is Cattelan, like Duchamp before him, securing his legacy with an end-of-career archive?
Oct. 26, 2011
Carsten Höller
FUNHOUSE AT THE NEW MUSEUM
by Rachel Corbett

Slides, flashing lights, drugs and more in the New Museum's immersive Carsten Holler retrospective.
Oct. 20, 2011
Andy Warhol Foundation
WARHOL FOUNDATION TO QUIT AUTHENTICATING WORKS
by Rachel Corbett

After spending millions on legal battles with the owners of rejected Warhols, the foundation dissolves its powerful authentication board.
Oct. 20, 2011
Frieze Art Fair
LONELY AMERICANS
by Rachel Corbett

Led by Richter and Rauch, sales at the Frieze Art Fair swam along steadily, despite the absence of American collectors.
Oct. 18, 2011
Frieze Art Fair
FRIEZE WEEK SIDESHOWS: FRAME AND SLUICE
by Rachel Corbett

Inside Frame, the Frieze Art Fair's own satellite fair, plus the new artist-inspired Sluice Art Fair.
Oct. 17, 2011
Kalup Linzy
LONDON FRIEZE OUT?
by Rachel Corbett

After a cool reception to his Frieze week performance, Kalup Linzy talks London vs. New York, the revival of his soul-singer persona Taiwan and what's next for him and James Franco.
Oct. 14, 2011
ULI SIGG AT FRIEZE: CHINESE ART MUSEUM IN THE WORKS
by Rachel Corbett

Swiss media exec and collector Uli Sigg reveals during a talk at the Frieze Art Fair that he has more power over the Chinese art world than we might realize.
Oct. 12, 2011
Keszler & Banksy
PEST CONTROL STYMIES KESZLER GALLERY SALES
by Rachel Corbett

New York dealer Stephan Keszler does battle with Pest Control over the market for Street Art works by Banksy.
Oct. 11, 2011
Frieze Art Fair
FRIEZE WEEK GUIDE 2011
by Rachel Corbett

Highlights from Frieze and the legions of satellite events setting up around London.
Oct. 7, 2011
ARTPRIZE WINNERS ANNOUNCED
by Rachel Corbett

Big, emotive and religious-themed artworks were the top winners at the big-budget annual ArtPrize competition in Michigan.
Oct. 5, 2011
DAVID SMITH AT THE WHITNEY
by Rachel Corbett

An elegant new exhibition at the Whitney traces sculptor David Smith's career-long obsession with geometric abstraction.
Oct. 5, 2011
SCHWARZENEGGER, SOPHIA LOREN GO BRONZE
by Rachel Corbett

Is Arnold Schwarzenegger seeking a new judgment day? The disgraced former governor has commissioned a whole passel of bulging, 580-pound bronze statues of himself.
Sept. 29, 2011
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NY ART BOOK FAIR 2011
by Rachel Corbett

New York Art Book Fair producer AA Bronson shares highlights from the upcoming fair, opening this weekend at MoMA PS1.
Sept. 28, 2011
Art Market Watch
HUFFING AND PUFFING
by Rachel Corbett

Five "tune-up" sales of contemporary art in New York kick off the fall auction season.
Sept. 27, 2011
Art Market Watch
MODERN MARKET PREDICTIONS FROM "ARTELLIGENCE"
by Rachel Corbett

Miró, Matisse, Leger, Kandinsky and more art market advice for big spenders from the "Artelligence" conference.
Sept. 26, 2010
3 NEW FAIRS OPEN IN L.A., 1 PUSHED OUT
by Rachel Corbett

Will Los Angeles overtake Miami Beach as the ultimate sun-and-sand art destination? The city's got three new fairs in the works -- and one gets pushed out..
Sept. 23, 2011
Sterling Ruby
THE PRINCIPLES OF ETERNITY
by Rachel Corbett

The venerated Los Angeles artist secures his legacy.
Sept. 19, 2011
GRAFFITI ARTIST HONORS SLAIN EGYPTIAN ACTIVIST
by Rachel Corbett

A slain Egyptian blogger who became the face of the nation's revolution last spring is being honored with a portrait on the Berlin Wall painted by his sister and German graffiti artist Case.
Sept. 15, 2011
Cariou vs. Prince:
A WIN FOR RICHARD PRINCE IN COPYRIGHT CASE
by Rachel Corbett

Judges gave Richard Prince the green-light yesterday to appeal Patrick Cariou’s copyright lawsuit. Prince’s attorney shares his legal srategy.
Sept. 7, 2011
THE ART OF THINGS AT CUNY GRADUATE CENTER
by Rachel Corbett

An exhibition at the CUNY Graduate Center takes on Speculative Realism, a philosophical theory that's getting increased attention in the art world.
Sept. 1, 2011
Artnet News
GALLERIES DEFEND CONTROVERSIAL BANKSY SHOW
by Rachel Corbett

Street Art fans have denounced the Southampton exhibition of unauthenticated Banksy works excavated from the West Bank of Palestine. But now the galleries say they saved the works from destruction.
Aug. 31, 2011
Art Jocks
FITNESS GURU TO THE ART ELITE OPENS GALLERY
by Rachel Corbett

Peter Hionas is capitalizing on his reputation as perhaps the only personal trainer catering to the art world by opening up a gallery -- connected to his Tribeca gym, of course.
Aug. 30, 2011
BANKSY FANS DECRY REMOVAL OF STREET ART WORKS FROM PALESTINE
by Rachel Corbett

Banksy fans are up in arms about a new Southampton exhibition that includes two works by the street artist that were literally cut out of the cinder block and stone walls of Palestine.
Aug. 25, 2011
SPONGEBOB ARTIST TODD WHITE SUES DEALER
by Rachel Corbett

The case of the bizarre lawsuit against painter and former SpongeBob cartoonist Todd White just keeps getting weirder.
Aug. 19, 2011
DISMISSED! JUDGE TOSSES COPYRIGHT LAWSUIT AGAINST RYAN MCGINLEY
by Rachel Corbett

A district court judge dismisses photographer Janine Gordon’s controversial lawsuit for copyright infringement against fellow photographer Ryan McGinley.
Aug. 18, 2011
Artnet News
REMEMBERING 9/11

by Rachel Corbett

New York art institutions join in the commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Aug. 16, 2011
LAWSUIT OVER SPONGEBOB ART
by Rachel Corbett

An Orange County gallery owner is suing Todd White, the artist behind SpongeBob SquarePants, for $5.5 million for allegedly orchestrating a coup of her The Gallery HB at the Hyatt, and stealing her client list and art works.
Aug. 12, 2011
FUTURISM FOR FOODIES
by Rachel Corbett

A Futurist installation in D.C. serves visitors chewable pizza capsules, "scent-based" salad and other dishes inspired by F.T. Marinetti's classic 1936 manifesto, The Futurist Cookbook.
Aug. 10, 2011
DIA NEGOTIATES SPIRAL JETTY LEASE
by Rachel Corbett

As expected, Dia announces that a new lease with the Utah Division of Forestry is in the works for the land that's home to Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty.
Aug. 8, 2011
MCQUEEN IS EIGHTH MOST-VISITED EXHIBITION IN MET HISTORY
by Rachel Corbett

"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" is the eighth most popular exhibition in the Met's history.
Aug. 5, 2011
Art Market Watch
SOTHEBY'S BESTS CHRISTIE'S WITH $3.4 BILLION IN 2011 FIRST-HALF SALES
by Rachel Corbett

The Chinese market boosted sales at both houses, but Sotheby's bests Christie's in the first half of 2011.
Aug. 3, 2011
Deitch Projects Artists
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
by Rachel Corbett

Checking in with Deitch's displaced artists a year after the legendary gallery closed its doors.
July 27, 2011
GAGOSIAN PLANNING BOB DYLAN PAINTING SHOW?
by Rachel Corbett

Gagosian Gallery has quietly listed Bob Dylan as a represented artist on its website, and word on Facebook has it that the megadealer's already been selling works for a forthcoming exhibition..
July 27, 2011
JAMES FRANCO TEACHES SUMMER SCHOOL AT MOMA PS1
by Rachel Corbett

Sign up now for Professor James Franco's "Summer School" classes at MoMA PS1!
July 22, 2011
Art Market Watch
STRONG HALF-YEAR SALES AT CHRISTIE'S
by Rachel Corbett

Will China overtake the U.S. art market once and for all? Christie's sales data for the first half of the year makes it seem possible.
July 11, 2011
Art & Copyright
RYAN MCGINLEY SUED IN COPYRIGHT CASE
by Rachel Corbett

Will Janine Gordon's suit against Ryan McGinley cloud the free-wheeling photographer's beautiful, bare-skinned summer?
July 1, 2011
Prospect.2 Biennial
BLUES ON THE BAYOU
by Rachel Corbett

Reduced ambition -- and budgets -- mark Prospect.2, the long-awaited second New Orleans biennial.
June 27, 2011
THE CASE OF THE 20-YEAR-OLD ART SALE
by Rachel Corbett

Manhattan dealer Richard Feigen's been slapped with a lawsuit over the provenance of a 19th-century Rosa Bonheur painting he sold 20 years ago. Do the plaintiffs have a case?
June 24, 2011
Dakis Joannou
AEGEAN ANOMIE
by Rachel Corbett

Dakis Joannou invites Doug Aitken, ChloŽ Sevigny and 300 lucky guests to his annual art-world extravaganza on Hydra Island.
June 24, 2011
Dakis Joannou
AEGEAN ANOMIE
by Rachel Corbett

Dakis Joannou invites Doug Aitken, ChloŽ Sevigny and 300 lucky guests to his annual art-world extravaganza on Hydra Island.
June 10, 2011
Brian Donnelly
KAWSCAPADES
by Rachel Corbett

Art and design sensation KAWS installs his 16-foot-tall bashful mouse sculpture on The Standard hotel plaza.
June 9, 2011
Art Market Watch
NO GO FOR CHRISTIE'S IPO?
by Rachel Corbett
Is French luxury tycoon François Pinault looking to take Christie’s public?
June 6, 2011
ARTISTS STAR IN NEW "REALITY TV" SHOW
by Rachel Corbett

PBS launches its younger, sexier, "lifestyle" spinoff of Art21, New York Close Up.
June 6, 2011
NO END TO GUGG BOYCOTT
by Rachel Corbett

There's no end in sight to the artist-led boycott of the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.
June 3, 2011
Art Market Watch
BOTERO & THE GANG
by Rachel Corbett

$48 million in sales at Latin American art auctions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in New York in late May.
May 31, 2011
ARTNET NEWS
The mysterious death of Wlodzimierz Ksiazek. Plus, Art HK 11, Steve Martin's forged Campendonck, Peter Brant raises funds, National Academy reopens.
May 26, 2011
WHAT HAPPENED AT THE WHITNEY ART PARTY
by Rachel Corbett

Amar'e Stoudemire, Shala Monroque, Jason Wu and more at the 2011 Whitney Art Party.
May 26, 2011
Art Market Watch
DULL AMERICAN?
by Rachel Corbett

The American art market looks weaker than it is in May auctions at Sotheby’s and Christie’s.
May 24, 2011
ANDRÉ LEON TALLEY, THE GALLERY
by Rachel Corbett

Vogue's Andre Leon Talley announces plans for a new costume gallery at his alma mater, the Savannah College of Art and Design.
May 23, 2011
Alexander Melamid
THE HEALING ARTS
by Rachel Corbett

New York artist Alexander Melamid launches his new Art Healing Ministry in SoHo.
May 18, 2011
Art Market Watch
BATTLING ART FAIRS HIT SAN FRANCISCO
by Rachel Corbett

Three new art fairs -- the San Francisco Fine Arts Fair, artMRKT San Francisco and ArtPadSF -- open this weekend in a city that two years ago had none.