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  1. Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Read More
  2. The organizers for the Yokohama Triennale announced a first group of participating artists that will be included in the upcoming 2017 edition, which will open in the Japanese port city on August 4. The 26 artists and one project make up a … Read More
  3. Jonathan Demme, who died this morning in New York after battling esophageal cancer, was best known for his films and concert documentaries, and rightfully so. The Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia were both big, celebrated Oscar-winners, just two years … Read More
  4. “Fame,” according to art critic Henry McBride, “is a most uncertain garment.” The same is true of art movements and labels. Some—Abstract Expressionism, for instance—are familiar to the average museumgoer. However, others that were at one time in the vanguard … Read More
  5. Despite pouring rain and unusually bitter April weather, guests crowded into Capitale last night for a gala to celebrate the Drawing Center’s 40th anniversary. As Brett Littman, the Drawing Center’s executive director, noted, it was something of an arbitrary marker … Read More
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  7. A few days after he won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Hilton Als walked to a busted black metal door in deep Chinatown, was buzzed up, and took the stairs to a party in his honor, in a Bowery loft … Read More
  8. Late last year, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, announced that it had raised $103 million of the $125 million needed for its OMA/Shohei Shigematsu–designed expansion, thanks to a $42.5 million donation from investor and gold enthusiast Jeffrey Gundlach. … Read More
  9. Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Read More
  10. It’s a strange truth that, even as the art world expanded dramatically over the past decade, the number of truly interesting spaces—those operating in more unusual, riskier ways—remained pretty pretty low.One that would have to be included in that small group, though, is P!, which … Read More