The Louvre Says ‘Non’ to Sculpture of Two Buildings Having Sex
Quel dommage.By Anna Silman
Quel dommage.By Anna Silman
Victoria Munroe Fine Art has reopened in a townhouse, the perfect spot for viewing 19th-century architectural drawings and a flock of rare birds.By Wendy Goodman
As a critic, I need to make a commitment to the art of this moment. I want the art world as a whole to do the same.By Jerry Saltz
Suzanne Demisch and Stephane Danant have moved their gallery from Chelsea to a legendary space in Greenwich Village.By Wendy Goodman
On view at the new art fair CONTEXT New York.By Catie L'Heureux
This may seem like a trivial question, but it's actually about the art world's whole balance of power.By Jerry Saltz
It's an exclusive space.By Maggie Lange
Why so sad? Abuse, scandal, and a talkie actress with a lisp.By Maureen O'Connor
Between online sales and art fairs, fewer and fewer people are showing up to see art in its natural habitat.By Jerry Saltz
From faux-shearling to real fur, Melbourne's got it layered up.By Luka Kauzlaric and Rebecca Willa Davis
Jeremy Piven is Kanye West.By Edith Zimmerman
Artworks have shrunk, but sex still sells — and much more.By Alexandra Peers
His paintings of nude women have been both reviled and — especially since his 2003 mid-career survey at the Whitney — revered.By Emma Pearse
Who needs to slave in an office when you've got your parents' cash — sorry, creative genes.
We have a snippet of the video from Plum TV, whose cameras caught all the action.
When Hamptons Gallery owner Ruth Vered was arrested over the weekend, they said it was for serving alcohol without a permit. But was that the real reason?
The Times investigates "art anxiety," or, as we call it, "being chickenshit."
Takashi Murakami has already spawned multiple editions of just about every object imaginable — so it was only a matter of time before he spawned a candy-colored disciple too (or two, or, twenty, actually). Enter the first: Mr. (yes, just Mr.), a mysterious protégé and a product of Murakami's "factory"-like Kaikai Kiki company-collective. Mr. wraps up his New York solo debut tomorrow at Lehmann Maupin. —Rachel Wolff
This Moment Isn’t (Just) About Sex. It’s Really About Work.
Why a Short Story About a Terrible Date Went Viral
Mario Batali Steps Down After 4 Women Accuse Him of Sexual Harassment
The Customer-Service Rep Who Feels Neglected by His Wife
Suspect in Custody After Explosion Under NYC Port Authority
Saturday Night Live Recap: James Franco (Almost) Makes Leslie Jones Puke
Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of December 11
More and More Senators Are Calling for Trump to Resign Over Assault Allegations
Queens of the Stone Age Front Man Josh Homme Apologizes After Kicking Photographer in the Face
Katie Couric Is ‘Incredibly’ Upset Over the Allegations Against Matt Lauer