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Artists Envision a New Kind of Political Poster
Art in General, Crucial New York Alternative Space, to Close Because of Covid-19
A high-end car-boot sale of the unconscious: Colnaghi’s Dreamsongs reviewed
Artists Amplify Call for Reform at New Orleans Museum
150 Artists Amplify Demands for Reform at New Orleans Museum of Art
Sanford Biggers Uses Traditional Quilting to Issue a New Message
Noteworthy: Artist Shinique Smith on Skins
New Documentary Offers Touching Portrait of Collector and Philanthropist Agnes Gund
Rockefeller Brothers Fund plans $1.5m in grants to help New York museums promote diverse artists
25 Shows to See Across the US as Museums Reopen, From Jacob Lawrence’s Genius at the Met to an Epic Mexican Masterpiece in Dallas
Editors’ Picks: 16 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a Virtual EXPO Chicago to a Live Performance at the Met
Morning Links from September 18, 2020
Monuments that celebrate communal struggles, not flawed men
Guerrilla Girls and Julie Mehretu Among 60+ Artists Helping You “Plan Your Vote”
In His New Works, Sanford Biggers Finds a Future Ethnography
Wangechi Mutu, Patti Smith, and 62 Other Artists Created Images for a Get-Out-the-Vote Campaign Ahead of the US Elections—See Them Here
Sanford Biggers show will highlight the unlikely role played by quilts in helping slaves flee to free states
David Zwirner Is Hosting a Star-Studded Sale With Works by More Than 100 Artists to Raise Money for Joe Biden’s Campaign
Art Basel Miami Beach is Officially Cancelled for 2020
How the Miami Design District Brings Art to All
Our Favorite MFA Work From Yale and RISD
Sanford Biggers’ Quilts Carry Secret Messages
The Black Female Artists to Have on Your Radar
Cracking Codes With Sanford Biggers
Hirshhorn Adds New Sculptures to Collection and More: Morning Links from August 17, 2020
A Wiki Edit-a-Thon Dedicated to Women Artists of Color
New York’s Socrates Sculpture Park opens first part of MONUMENTS NOW exhibition
Jeff Koons, Marina Abramović, and 200 Other Artists Designed Flags That Are Now Flying at New York’s Rockefeller Center
See what’s coming to Astoria’s Socrates Sculpture Park this summer
State of the art: the future of the UK’s cultural sector
David Castillo is moving his gallery to Miami Design District
After Yale Staged Its MFA Students’ Graduate Show IRL, Perrotin Gallery Revived It Online
Just Announced: New Citywide Responsive Exhibition Featuring 50 NYC-based Artists
As Debates Over Monuments Continue, Artists Erect Their Own at a Sculpture Park in Queens
Artists Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Ongoing Protests in Massive Outdoor Exhibition Across New York City
How These Seven Artists Use Their Work To Call For Change
Lyle Ashton Harris revisits archival images of black joy and resistance amid lockdown
New Yorkers will experience new monuments this summer at Socrates
Lyle Ashton Harris with McKenzie Wark
A Major New Outdoor Summer Art Exhibition is Coming to Queens
Pérez Art Museum Miami Exhibition Celebrates African American Art Acquisitions, Presents Rich Array of Artistic Voices
ARTnews in Brief
Art Matters Now — 12 Writers on 20 Years of Art: Greg Youmans on the Pathbreaking Trans Media Art of 2008
Luchita Hurtado’s Persistent Perspective
Xaviera Simmons with Marcia E. Vetrocq
What I Buy and Why: Art Collector Pamela Joyner on the High-Maintenance Installation in Her Library That Took Five People a Week to Install
Ai Weiwei Has Covered the Façade of a Minneapolis Museum in Life Jackets for a Powerful Statement About Refugees—See Images Here
Sanford Biggers, Zoe Leonard, and Dozens of Other Artists Are Among the Winners of the Prestigious 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship
Masks and Faces
Photos: Lyle Ashton Harris’s Never-Before-Seen Portraits of Late Art Historian David C. Driskell
Sought-After Guggenheim Fellowships Go to Sanford Biggers, Zoe Leonard, Sky Hopinka, More
Weaving a Way Out of Isolation
An Eye-Opening Exhibition Looks at How Black Artists Have Dissected and Rearranged the History of European Modernism
Feminists Arm Themselves With Art
New York’s Armory Show sees solid sales despite coronavirus risk
When Do You Feel the Most Like You?
‘It Can Hit Us, But It Won’t Defeat Us’: Armory Show Proves Resilient in Face of Coronavirus Fears and Complications
Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the 2020 Armory Show in New York
Now Is When We All Learn to Darn Our Socks Again
‘How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?’: A Star-Studded Online Show Weighs the Triviality—and Importance—of Art in a Crisis
Get witchy! How a new exhibition is invoking the supernatural
Louise Nevelson and a testament to genius cut short: An art-lover’s moveable feast
What Sold during Armory Week
NXTHVN Breaks Down The Myths
Call Me Aggie: The Legendary Collector Making a Difference
Editors’ Picks: 21 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week
Legendary Art Philanthropist Agnes Gund Is Lauded as a Quiet, Yet Powerful, Force for Good in a New Documentary
As debate rages around controversial US monuments, New York park invites artists to make their own
From Goya to Niki de Saint Phalle: 33 Essential Museum Shows and Biennials to See This Spring
Baltimore Museum of Art to Open 10 Shows in March as Part of 2020 Vision Focus on Women Artists
Artists challenge representation in Socrates Sculpture Park for MONUMENTS NOW
76 Artists Brought Out Their Witchiest Work for Laurie Simmons and Dan Nadel’s New Deitch Projects Show
Inside the powerfully expressive world of maximalism
Miami Dérive: Walking with Adler Guerrier
Portrait of the Artist: Jillian Mayer
Under Cover
When You Can’t Go Home Again: Immigrants and Artists Reflect
Ai Weiwei’s ‘Safe Passage’ Debuts in U.S. With ‘When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Art and Migration’ Group Exhibition and a Postcommodity Commission at Minneapolis Institute of Art
Art Basel Miami, Where Big Money Meets Bigger Money
Interview with Pepe Mar on his work safeguarding queer histories
Vogue’s essential guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2019
9 Must-See Artworks in Art Basel’s New Meridians Sector in Miami Beach
Miriam Katzeff
The Sunshine Economy: Creativity and Commerce During Art Week
Eight Highlights from Miami Art Week
See Highlights from Art Basel Miami Beach’s New ‘Meridians’ Section, Where the Fair’s Biggest (and Best) Artworks Shine
Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2019
What Stuck at Art Basel Miami Beach
What Sold at Art Basel in Miami Beach
One Year After an Eleventh-Hour Relocation, the Armory Show Is Reshuffling—on Purpose—for 2020
In Richmond, Tracing the “Great Force” of American Racism
The Rubell Effect: How the Miami Couple Brought the Midas Touch to Generations of Young Artists
A view of women’s bodies, by 12 female photographers, that is by turns playful, provocative and profound
The Weekender: ‘Atlantics,’ ‘Afrocosmologies,’ Andy Warhol, and Agnès Varda
‘Shinique Smith’s “Indelible Marks” at Art Basel’s UBS Lounge’
‘The idea is that art can help’: how Art Basel Miami tackled the climate crisis
Española Way, an Easy Stroll From Art Basel Miami Beach
What Not to Miss at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019
Vaughn Spann: David Castillo Gallery
Black Art Has Its Moment, Finally
The Stomach and The Port. Liverpool Biennial Reveals Theme and Participating Artists for Eleventh Edition
At Tufts, Sanford Biggers takes aim at violence against African-Americans
Do Artists Have ‘Soft Power’ To Create Political Change?
Why the New Museum’s Bronx ‘Ideas’ Festival Was Such a Fiasco
Curator Helen Molesworth Joins Forces with Getty Center for ‘Radical Women’ Podcast
How One Performance Artist in Florida is Bringing Together a Wounded Community with a Little Help from Michael Bloomberg
Helen Molesworth to collaborate with Jack Shainman on summer programming
Eight New Exhibitions at The Mattress Factory
Getty Launches ‘Recording Artists: Radical Women’ Podcast
A Class of Their Own: 30 Americans X Creative Class
Recording Artists: a new podcast highlighting women artists
Meet the cowboy hat-wearing Catholic brother who creates the murals under the Fullerton ‘L’ stop
Wadsworth’s Collection of Black Art Illuminates Experiences, Cultures and Traditions
A Conversation With UBS Art Collection’s Global Head on the Importance of Corporate Art Collecting
In San Francisco, Wielding Influence (Gently) Through Art
In the #MeToo Era, Museums Celebrate Women
A Look Inside the New MoMA: Part 3
60,000 square feet with 33 monumental works equals one really big new sector at Art Basel
SCAD Museum of Art Announces Frederick Douglass: Embers of Freedom
Over 200 Artists and Scholars Urge MoMA and Board Members to Divest from Private Prison Companies
8 Great Things To Do In Miami
Editors’ Picks: 23 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week
Exploring the human experience of immigration at ICA/Boston
Art Basel Miami Beach Will Feature 269 Exhibitors in December
Modernism Reboots at the Museums
Columbia University exhibition retells the story of America by foregrounding ‘black genius’
The Studio Museum Residency Has Shaped the World’s Understanding of Black Contemporary Art. That’s a Lot of Responsibility
A Festival in the Bronx Will Explore Climate Change and Culture
Afrocosmologies: American Reflections at the Wadsworth
ICA Boston Presents ‘When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art’
Powhida’s First Gallery Show in Years Is Taking Aim at Problematic Art World Patrons–and It Turns Out All of Us are Complicit
Depicting Women Who Live Dangerously
In order to understand the brutality of American capitalism, you have to start on the plantation
Air-conditioning included: four museum shows that don’t require SPF
Desarrollo de la abstracción en Estados Unidos
Flamingle: Top Five Native and New Florida Artists
Pepe Mar, Jillian Mayer, and Asser Saint- Val Question Systems of Belief at David Castillo Gallery in Miami Beach
Guggenheim launches photography fellowship with gift from Robert Mapplethorpe foundation
‘Mundos Alternos,’ Where Other Worlds Come to Life
Has Robert Mapplethorpe’s Moment Passed?
30 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Art Industry News: Artist Xaviera Simmons Says Critics Got This Year’s Whitney Biennial Totally, Offensively Wrong + Other Stories
Whiteness must undo itself to make way for the truly radical turn in contemporary culture
9 Art Events to Attend in New York City: ‘Mapplethorpe Now,’ Jerron Herman, Danny Lyon, and More
After Kanders, Decolonization Is the Way Forward
Can public art inspire productive political conversations?
This D.C. exhibition should be seen by everyone concerned about the migrant crisis
A Caribbean Present Steeped in a Colonial Past
Guggenheim Explores “Implicit Tensions” In Upcoming Robert Mapplethorpe Exhibit
Get Up, Stand Up Now: Generations of Black Creative Pioneers at Somerset House
What’s happening in Tampa Bay art: ‘The Fabric of India,’ Florida Museum of Photographic Arts exhibit
Cuban Roots: 6 Artists to Watch
“Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989″ at Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York

Surround yourself in the 70s: Mickalene Thomas installation comes to Miami’s Bass Museum

Kiss My Genders review
OMA’s 2019 Florida Prize rejoices in the chaotic, transcendent interconnectedness of the world
New exhibition on Basquiat’s social activism opening at NY Guggenheim museum
Cuban Caricatures & Abstract Art
Can art bring the walls down?
Six big-name teams shortlisted for National Pulse Memorial and Museum
“Basquiat’s ‘Defacement’: The Untold Story”
‘The Enemies Will Be Dismantled’: Artists Reflect on the Legacy of Nancy Spero’s Letter to Lucy Lippard
‘Flutter,’ a New Exhibition ‘Where Art and Happiness Meet,’ Will Launch in LA This Summer

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week
Willie Cole, Shinique Smith, and Abigail DeVille Discuss Found Material in African American Art
Here’s a look at the new Dewey Square mural that’s going up near South Station
Art by black artists forces a new look at art history in a must-see show at the Smart Museum
Artist Sanford Biggers to open 2019 Anderson Ranch summer series
Coming Soon: ‘The Warmth of Other Suns: Stories of Global Displacement’ at The Phillips Collection

Eyes on the Prize: Latest Florida Prize brings in artists from around the state
Orlando Museum of Art Kicks Off Florida Prize Exhibition with Preview Party
Trash Aesthetics
Inside the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Starry Gala
Sanford Biggers on Collaborating With Visionary Musicians to Form an ‘Afrofuturist Boy Band’

Sanford Biggers’s futuristic funk comes to the Kennedy Center
Out Side In: In His Arresting Work, Lyle Ashton Harris Looks to the Recent Past for New Ways Forward

Glexis Novoa: Cuban Legacy Gallery at MDC

‘Because Art Uplifts!’: NYFA Inducts Sanford Biggers to Hall of Fame
Commit to Memory: In a Houston Park, 25 Artists Propose ‘New Monuments for New Cities’

Dallas Art Museum Adds Eight Works to Collection with Dallas Art Fair Acquisition Fund
Art Movements
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum to host “Basquiat’s ‘Defacement’: The Untold Story”
5 Queer Art Shows to See in New York City Right Now
Bronx Gala, Bronx Museum of the Arts

SFMOMA Announces SOFT POWER — International Contemporary Exhibition
Havana Biennial 2019: Constructing the Possible
6 Artworks Celebrate the Impact of LGBTQ Civil Rights Post-Stonewall
‘Where Black Bodies Dream’: Creating Utopia with Haitian Artist Adler Guerrier

Here’s the Artist List for the 2019 Havana Biennial
The Name of This Issue Is Not Queer Art Now: An Introduction to the Spring 2019 Issue of ARTnews

Hope punctures darkness in The Armory Show’s Platform section
Jillian Mayer
Highlights from the Armory Show 2019
Why Store Art When You Can Share It? A Collector’s Trove
Price Check! Here’s What Sold–and for How Much–at the 2019 Armory Show
Sally Tallant on the Armory’s Platform Sector & Art as Hopeful Resilience
Performa Launches Online Platform for Streaming New and Archived Works
Art Industry News

Photography Highlights from The Armory Show 2019
Art shows to leave the house for this month

‘Lines of Fracture’ at David Castillo Gallery, Miami Beach
Platform Presentation at The Armory Show

The Armory Show Announces Large-Scale Works by 9 International Artists
New York’s Armory Show Announces Artists Participating in 2019 Edition of Platform
Armory Show Names Artist List for 2019 Curated ‘Platform’ Section
Memphis non-profit supports both African American audiences and artists
Art Industry News
The Armory Show’s ‘Worlds of Tomorrow’ artists announced

Armory Guide: Everything You Need to Know for NYC’s Biggest Art Fair Week

La feria Arco, en imagenes

Meet Pepe Mar
Best in Show: Six artists who are taking their work to a new level
Creative Capital Names Winners of 2019 Awards
Miller ICA Presents, Paradox: The Body in the Age of AI
August Wilson Center Presents Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities
7 Things to Do with Your Kids in NYC This Weekend
Kate Gilmore exhibition at Ewing Gallery asks questions about women’s roles in society
Perez Art Museum Miami’s Sixth Annual “Art + Soul” Party Returns
A Miami Gallery Joins the Top Ranks at Art Basel
Comment David Castillo. Miami’s art scene will keep on growing
Site Seeing: Miami Locals Recommend Gems to Visit Beyond the Fairs
Galería de Miami llega al tope en Art Basel y entra en exclusivo club del mundo del arte
Price Check! Here’s What Sold–And For How Much–at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2018
The Best Art and Design Exhibitions and Pop-Ups During Miami Art Week 2018
Magic City’s Art Maven
New Discoveries in the Galleries Sector 2018
Show And Tell
It took 10 years, but he’s finally made it to the main stage of Art Basel
A Handcuffed Madoff Interests Wilbur Ross on Miami Art Trip
6 Emerging Artists to Seek Out During Art Basel Miami Beach This Week
Here’s a List of Hundreds of Sales Prices From Art Basel Miami Beach, Including a $2 Mil Bourgeois
Un guia de artistas a los libros de historia
The Twenty Five
Olafur Eliasson on climate change. Plus, Art Basel in Miami Beach
Morning Links: Leonardo da Vinci’s Notebook Edition
Where did the mad rush go? Art Basel Miami Beach opens serenely in newly revamped venue
De Reynosa a Art Basel Miami
“Anonymous Was A Woman” Names 2018 Grant Recipients
Here are the 10 Female Artists Over 40 Who Have Won the $250,000 Anonymous Was a Woman Awards
From the Archives: Sanford Biggers on ‘Juggling Cultural Signs,’ in 2000
Long-Running ‘Anonymous Was a Woman’ Grants Awarded for 2018
The Ellies
Art Movements
Rarely Viewed Basquiat Exposes Timely Exploration Of Racial Identity, Activism, And Police Brutality

‘Anonymous Was a Woman’ Award Gives Major Boost to 10 Female Artists
Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week 2018 Public Art Guide
Exploring and Troubling the Boundaries with Xaviera Simmons
Empty Nesters Downsize, but There’s Always Room for Art
Art of Black Miami to celebrate with neighborhood fairs, festivals
Here’s the Exhibitor List for the 2019 Armory Show
David Castillo Gallery to present works by a stellar group of artists at Art Basel Miami Beach
To Celebrate It’s 25th Anniversary, the Armory Show Will Reunite With Exhibitors From the Fair’s Legendary 1st Edition
Jillian Mayer Makes Pretty Art From Airport Scanners
Florida City Affected by Gun Violence Receives $1 Million Public Art Grant
Bloomberg Philanthropies Is Giving Parkland, Florida $1 Million to Create Public Art That Addresses Gun Violence
27 Artists on the Worst (and Best) Advice Anyone Ever Gave Them on Being an Artist
New Blockbuster Paris Exhibition Celebrates Michael Jackson
Bloomberg Philanthropies Awards $1 M. to Coral Springs, Florida, for Public Art Project
Public art grant goes to US city affected by school shooting
Miami Art Week 2018: A Guide to Local Galleries at Art Basel and Satellite Fairs
Your Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 Everything Guide
‘Rational Undercurrents’ bubbles up
Black Refractions: Highlights From the Studio Museum in Harlem to Begin National Tour in 2019
Tropical Sunday: Havana Meets the Hudson
Spotlight on David Castillo
High Line Invites Artists to Imagine New Monuments
5 Artist on the Music That Inspires Them in the Studio, From Fela Kuti to Fiona Apple
Mickey Turns 90, and the Disney Marketing Machine Celebrates
Eight Artists on the Influence of Carrie Mae Weems
Xaviera Simmons at David Castillo Gallery, Miami Beach
ArtCenter/South Florida Awards Nearly $500,000 to Miami-Based Artists
Peggy Cooper Cafritz Leaves Collection to Two Arts Institutions
Review: In ‘Place,’ a Composer Questions His Comfort, and Power
Peggy Cooper Cafritz Bequeaths Major Collection to Harlem’s Studio Museum
Artists Reinterpret Classic Fairy Tales, from Rapunzel to Snow White
Miami artists share $491,000 in awards. Winners include a life-size cardboard MiG jet
Peggy Cooper Cafritz Bequeaths Over 600 Works to the Studio Museum and Duke Ellington School of the Arts
Here Are the 300 Artists Making Billboards as Part of Hank Willis Thomas’s Midterm Election Project
150+ Artists and Billboard Locations Announced As Part of The Largest Public Art Project in US History
Here’s the Exhibitor List for Art Basel Miami Beach 2018
Here’s a look at the galleries coming to Art Basel this year
“Deconstruction: A reordering of life, politics, and art” at Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami
Pepe Mar
David Castillo and Frederic Snitzer Galleries to Return to Art Basel Miami Beach in 2018
Mining the lessons of African American history
US Planned Parenthood campaign includes artists Shirin Neshat and Carrie Mae Weems
An Exhibition that Frustrates Our Grasp of Abstraction
The best public art in NYC: Sculptures, murals, and everything in between
Frost Museum in Miami Hosts “Deconstruction: A Reordering of Life, Politics and Art”
Kansas City’s New Biennial Mingles Art and Music for a Midwestern Extravaganza
A trippy Mickey Mouse-inspired art exhibition opens in Chelsea this fall
Dread & Delight: The Darker Side of “Once Upon A Time”
12 Miami artists headline major show at the Frost Art Museum FIU
20 artists in 20 hours: It’s so Miami. Just one more reason to hit an art space now
The Bass Acquires Works By Sanford Biggers, Mika Rottenberg, Lawrence Weiner, Among Others
In Shinique Smith’s ‘Refuge,’ bits of past make for a compelling present
Signs of the Times
Ten public art works to see for free around New York this summer
From Frida Kahlo in London to Casanova in Boston, Here Are 29 Museum Shows Worth Traveling for This Summer
Beat the Heat with These 19 Summer Group Shows on View Now in New York
17 works of public art in Chicago to see right now
The Miami Dozen
Xaviera Simmons’ “Convene” Canoes Serve as a Reminder of U.S’ Immigrant DNA
El Museo de Arte Frost celebra sus diez años con artistas de EE.UU. y America Latina
Deconstrucción: vida, política y arte en el Frost
Deconstruction: A Reordering of Life, Politics and Art Opens July 14th in Miami
‘Deconstruction: A Reordering of Life, Politics and Art’ at the Frost Art Museum
5 Artists You Must Not Miss at the 10th Berlin Biennale
‘The World’s Game: Futbol and Contemporary Art’ at Perez Art Museum Miami
Agnes Gund’s Art for Justice Fund Awards Nearly $10 Million in Second Round of Grants
Art for Justice Fund gives out $10m in new grants–including to art projects
Can’t beat it? Michael Jackson’s impact on contemporary art explored in London show
Why the Art World is Focusing In on Gender Fluidity
Shinique Smith’s ‘Refuge’ explores shelter, homelessness and the excess of our stuff
‘Made in L.A. 2018′: Why the Hammer biennial is the right show for disturbing times
Trending Talent
Must Visit Art Shows in New York this Week
Baltimore Museum of Art Acquires 23 Major Works and Lucian Freud Reaches $29.4M at Sotheby’s
Resolutely Political LA Artists Focus on the Body in the City’s Latest Biennial
The Pattern and Decoration Zeitgeist
The Approval Matrix: Week of June 11, 2018
Interview with Christina Quarles
Art Daybook: Belkis Ayon’s Cuban Perspective
“Michael Jackson: On The Wall” at National Portrait Gallery
Estrategias desobedientes en el arte cubano contemporaneo
Art does not need another hero
Abstraccion Solida. Estrategias desobedientes en el arte cubano contemporaneo
Weatherspoon Art Museum acquires significant works
Monumental Miami Exhibition Explores Why Football Is “The World’s Game”
42 Artists Donate Works to Sotheby’s Auction Benefitting the Studio Museum in Harlem
Christina Quarles
Xaviera Simmons Represents America in its Totality
Deconstruction: A Reordering of Life, Politics and Art
Want a Warehouse of Art? Try the Installment Plan
Artists & Curators Weigh In on Baltimore Museum’s Move to Deaccession Works by White Men to Diversify Its Collection
Black Art Stars Go to Auction to Benefit Harlem’s Studio Museum
Records tumble for top female artists and the time-honoured fruits of attractively low estimates
Abstraction, explained
Artist Shinique Smith Just Moved to LA, But You’d Think She’s Been Here All Along
Guggenheim Foundation Announces 2018 Fellows
Here’s the Full List of Participating Artists for the 10th Berlin Biennale
Shinique Smith Adds New Layers to Her Fabric Work With a Show That Doubles as a Collection for LA’s Homeless
Here’s the Artist List for Open Spaces Kansas City 2018
Kalup Linzy and the Spirituality of Performance
Alabama memorial confronts America’s racist history
A First Look Inside the New Alabama Museum Boldly Confronting Slavery and Its Brutal Legacy
MSU Broad Art Museum Promotes Carla Acevedo-Yates and Steven L. Bridges to Associate Curators
Christina Quarles in conversation with Claudia Mattos
Wendy White
Art Industry News
Christina Quarles at David Castillo
David Castillo Turns Its Entire Armory Show Booth–Even the Floor–Over to Sanford Biggers
Price Check! Here’s What Sold–and for How Much–at the 2018 Armory Show
Overlooked No More: Belkis Ayon, a Cuban Printmaker Inspired by a Secret Male Society
The Changing World of Art Financing
From 200 Studio Visits to 32 Names: Curator Anne Ellegood on Choosing Artists for the Hammer’s ‘Made in LA’ Biennial
Here’s the ‘Made in L.A. 2018′ Artist List
Hammer Museum announces artists for ‘Made in L.A. 2018′; expect the biennial to get political
Two Artists on Creating Outside of the Art World’s White, Patriarchal Rules
Dubbed “Under-Sung” by the New Yorker, Sanford Biggers Is on a Roll
The Practical Precariat
Morning Links: 468,926- Image Edition
She Knows Who She Is
Mexico City Is Quickly Becoming A Major Player For Global Artists
Five shows that stretch the boundaries between furniture and art
Christina Quarles at David Castillo Gallery
The Playful, Political Art of Sanford Biggers
Pepe Mar: Man of the Night
Body of Work & Self Analysis
Mickalene Thomas, Shinique Smith, and Others Are Making Art for LA’s New Metro Line
Why selfies can be a force for social good
Stop and Smell the Hibiscus: On Laziness, Art, and the Utopia Imagined by Adler Guerrier
Art Basel Miami Beach: New Show Design, New Energy
Pepe Mar at Locust Projects
From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artists to Watch Next Year
The 6 Rising Artists You Must Know In 2018
Kalup Linzy Is Performing Live as His Art-Making Alter Ego ‘Katonya’ at Art Basel Miami Beach
The Best Art of 2017
The Year in, and Beyond, New York Galleries–Plus a Top 10 from Around the World
Inside the artist’s studio
The 15 Best Booths at Art Basel in Miami Beach
Is Art Basel bigger and better than ever? The early reviews are in
10 Things You Shouldn’t Miss at Art Basel 2017
A New Beginning 
How Queers and Latinos Helped Make Miami an Art Capital
Artists get down to work at the fair
Expert Eye: Dan Cameron
Three to see
Tireless collector finds new drive
Art Industry News: Need-To-Read
Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Celebrate Abstraction With an Art Basel Group Show Extravaganza
Artsy x Gucci explores gender dynamics in the art world
8 Things You’ll Want to Instagram During Miami Art Week
Knight Arts Challenge names these artists–and South Florida–winners
How the #MeToo movement gripped Art Basel Miami Beach
Jeffrey Deitch and Gagosian Team Up to Defeat Zombie Formalism
City Guide: Miami
Wonder Emporium
Double Take
Adler Guerrier: Deployed, Conditional, and Limited Utopia
The Armory Show Lures Gagosian Back to the Piers for a Slimmed-Down 2018 Edition
Entre Obras en el Tropico
Culture Talk: Arnold Lehman on Curating ‘American African American,’ a Selling Exhibition at Phillips London
Three to see: London
Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Join Forces Again to Present ‘Abstract / Not Abstract’ at Moore Building During ABMB
In the fairytale home of the Samdanis, the art is the hero
The Mysterious Art of Belkis Ayon Daringly Sheds Light on One of Cuba’s Secret Societies
See Highlights From the Just-Opened Prospect 4 Triennial in New Orleans
They’re women, they’re black and they don’t make art about that
Mega Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2017: Part 2
20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art at the Carnegie Museum of Art
The Art World as Safe Space
NKAME: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayon
Adler Guerrier: entre lo rural y lo urbano en exposicion en Miami
On A Mission: Pamela Joyner’s Activist Art Show Arrives in New Orleans
The New Museum’s ‘Trigger’ Is Radical in Content, Retrograde in Form: What Should We Make of That?
The Place Beyond the Fire Island Pines
Yes, Black Women Made Abstract Art Too, as a Resounding New Show Makes Clear
At the Brooklyn Museum, New Research on Lynching in America Dialogues with the Art
Black Women Abstract Artists Get Their Due In ‘Magnetic Fields’ At the National Museum of Women in the Arts
The New Museum Takes Aim With ‘Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon’
For Frieze Week, Marina Abramovic Distills Her Art and Life Into…a Macaron
When It Comes to Gender, Let Confusion Reign
Here’s the 2017 Art Basel Miami Beach Exhibitor List
At ‘Fictions’ in Harlem, Young Black Artists Are on Fire
Here’s the Full List of Exhibitors Heading to Art Basel Miami Beach This Year
This New Museum Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About Gender
Belkis Ayon: Nkame 
Staff Picks
When Artists Carry the Burden of History
How Belkis Ayon’s Explorations of Ritual Make for One of 2017′s Best Shows
For Latino Artists in Sci-Fi Show, Everyone’s an Alien
Relax and Plug In: Jillian Mayer Makes Sculpture for the Screen-Obsessed
5 Artists Respond to: Charlottesville
Detroit Museums Examine the Riots That Changed the City
Here’s the List of 19 Emerging Artists to Feature in New Studio Museum Show
Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror, at the Brooklyn Museum
‘It’s Hard to Look Back’: Why MacArthur Genius Bryan Stevenson Is Building America’s First Slavery Museum
These Deeply Personal Photos Explore the Two Artists’ Experiences of a Polarized World
From the Vault: Kalup Linzy’s Campy Soap Operas Explore Race & Sexuality  
In Which We May Honour Our Boats
Must-See Art Guide: Aspen
Women of Color Find Their Rightful Place in the History of American Abstraction
‘The World’s Game: Futbol and Contemporary Art’ at PAMM
Who owns black pain?
An Exhibition Worth Thousands of Words
Fabian Peña, David Castillo Gallery
Net Work
Artists Embrace the Grayscale
A First Look at Some Eclectic Faces in the Hamptons, From Cindy Sherman to Leonardo DiCaprio
Brooklyn Museum Partners With Equal Justice Initiative to Survey ‘The Legacy of Lynching’
Why Collaborative Curating Makes Sense for a Divided Political Era
Hawkins Ferry House to host contemporary art gallery for MOCAD
Contemporary Portraiture at Southampton Arts
The Contemporary Portraiture Explored In “About Face”
From Cuba, a Stolen Myth
Carsten Holler at Gagosian and 13 More Things to See in New York This Week
Musing on the Museum
‘Gray Matters’ exhibit features female works of grisaille
The iPhone Celebrates Its 10th Birthday with Metropolitan Museum of Art Show
The art belongs to the people — and Miami’s outdoors (for now)
Walking Every Line: A Q&A with Xaviera Simmons
Gender in contemporary art will be the focus of a New York exhibition this fall