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Andrew Rogers Gifts $1.4m Sculpture to University of Sydney
Daniel Agdag’s Whimsical Cardboard Sculpture for Hermès
Melbourne-based artist Daniel Agdag creates incredibly intricate cardboard sculptures of imagined buildings, machines, and forms of transport which he conceives by constructing a narrative...
Ai Weiwei and Goo.ey Launch LEGO Portrait Phone Covers
Influential Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has joined forces with British phone accessory company goo.ey to launch a series of 176 phone cases with images of 176 LEGO portraits of prisoners of...
S**t My Cats Read: A Feline Conversation With Tom McCarthy
S**t My Cats Read is a regular feature in which Uni and Chloe Zola Volcano — two erudite kittens from Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn — engage in dialogues with some of the sharpest minds of...
Shows That Matter: Claudia Comte at Gladstone Gallery
WHAT: “Claudia Comte: No Melon No Lemon”WHEN: Through March 21WHERE: Gladstone Gallery, 530 West 21st Street, New York CityA tickled minimalism spills forth from Swiss-born Comte’s first...
23 Questions for Artist Sam Durant
Name: Sam DurantAge: 52Occupation: ArtCity/Neighborhood: Los AngelesYour new body of work at Paula Cooper shines a light on a number of overlooked Surrealists who were from the Francophone...
What Arthur Danto Meant to Me
Arthur Danto, who died over the weekend at the age of 89, was that rare and heroic thing: a real weirdo. I say that admiringly. The legendary critic, who made his name writing about...
The Two Cultures of Contemporary Art
Last month, the performer Mike Daisey delivered a riveting, free-associative monologue at Joe’s Pub, part of his “All the Faces of the Moon” series, about life in New York and the state of...
The Problem of the Depressive Internet Art Bro
Roughly twenty years ago, the art historian Hal Foster critiqued a popular brand of contemporary art titled “abject art,” which focused on physically repulsive and disgusting content in an...
Managing an Artist's Legacy Outside the Market
Benjamin Genocchio, Art+Auction
Katrina Strickland, a newspaper editor from Sydney, Australia, has written a great book about artists’ estates and how family, friends, and dealers manage these legacies. I read it over the...
Jay Z's Sad and Silly "Picasso Baby" Video
“Not as horrific as it could be, actually.” That was how one friend who had been at Jay Z’s marathon Pace gallery performance last month summed up Mark Romanek’s HBO clip for “...
The Sobey Award: National Prize, National Question
Joseph Henry, Sky Goodden
With the announcement of the 2013 Sobey Awards Shortlist, the usual collective wave of congratulations has done the rounds through Canadian publications and social media alike. The National...
On the "International Art English" Debate
“International Art English” is back. The essay of the same name, penned by David Levine and Alix Rule and published in the online journal Triple Canopy one year ago, touched off a minor...
Reflecting on Jeff Koons's Hollow Triumph in Chelsea
1.When I walked into “Gazing Ball,” Jeff Koons’s new show at David Zwirner, my first reaction was… pleasant surprise.The show, advertised as the opening shot in a Year of Koons...
Write Something Interesting, Win an iPad Mini
Art fair coverage. We know it can be a drag — we know because we have to write a lot of it. This week ARTINFO’s team will be in the field, covering all the fairs of Frieze Week in...
New Museum Triennial Ponders Art in the Digital
Checklist: Lik's $6.5M Photo Debunked, and More
10 Best Dressed at the Oscars 2015
S**t My Cats Read: A Feline Conversation With Tom
Checklist: New Cézannes Discovered, and More
Will Lady Gaga's Oscar Turn Lead Her Back to
Checklist: Stolen Italian Works Returned, and More
The Top 11 Emerging Commercial Galleries in Canada
Remembering Jeannie Thib (1955-2013)
The Top 15 Emerging Bands in Canada
VENICE REPORT: Shary Boyle's Missed Opportunity
Remembering Lisa Visser (1983-2013)
The Wrong Biennial Claims a Stake for Net Art
The Strange Case of Peter Doig: Art, Lies, and LSD
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