The New York-based painter on isolation, the “chaos of the self” and and his new online exhibition at Lévy Gorvy gallery.
The stylish entrepreneur shares his eclectic passions.
From Online Exhibitions to Ecommerce: Art Galleries Are Turning to the Digital World to Survive Covid-19
Unlike in past crises, gallery survival is less about size and more about digital nimbleness.
Bananas, Duct Tape and Loads of Ambition: How Maurizio Cattelan Became the Art World’s Merry Prankster
He’s been art-world famous for years, but it took a viral work called “Comedian” to make him famous-famous. Here, the provocative artist shares his thoughts on creating the piece, the world’s reaction to it and the real value of art.
As a mainstay of the international art world, she certainly has a few helpful tips.
In an exclusive Robb Report portfolio, Rashid Johnson, Avery Singer, Richard Tuttle and other acclaimed artists share the work they’ve made while isolating.
Vera Lutter’s project will be on view at LACMA beginning March 29.
Multidisciplinary artist Nicolas Party brings his colorfully subversive work to Los Angeles in time for Frieze.
The renowned urbanist takes a crack at critical issues facing the planet while harmonizing with the tranquil countryside.
Tishan Hsu’s paintings and sculptures about the blurring line between technology and the human body left ’80s audiences baffled. The art world is finally catching up to him.