The art dealer heads to jail.
The artist Urs Fisher has sculpted large candles of the tycoon for an exhibit.
Because decorating with seashells is not enough.
It's a painting, not a photograph, unfortunately. Or maybe fortunately.
"I don't see it as an evil institution."
He'll even draw you, if you ask him.
An artist depicts the views prominent New Yorkers see every day.
It's been two years since a judge ordered Larry Salander's possessions be liquidated, but so far, none of them have been.
Artwork from the walls of the bankrupt firm had surprising cachet.
Back in olden times, people did it all the time! On the Upper West Side!
The former proprietor of the Salander-O'Reilly Galleries has been charged with 100 criminal counts.
Susan Sarandon goes to a table-tennis event. But it's at an art gallery, so it's still cool.
A Brooklyn gallery will show off its sausage this weekend.
The photographer, known for his live nude installations, got a bunch of people to strip down on election night.
Artists are driven by many things. Peter Zonis, who sells pastel paintings outside of Barneys, is driven by a hilarious, bossy Australian.
America Ferrera and friends foster goodwill in Jackson Heights.
When 'New York' special correspondent Dave Hill ran into Tony-nominated Martha Plimpton in our Tribeca elevator last week, he couldn’t resist a journalistic urge to question her.
The New Yorker treats us to a surreal tour of the land of hedge funds.