Nothing can compare to actually seeing art in person, but online exhibitions that are chock-full of content is undoubtedly the next best thing.
In this round-up, we examine seven solo shows at New York's top galleries, whose virtual sites function as an additional global space for all.
In a move to adapt to the changing art market, auction powerhouse Sotheby’s has announced a new platform for online art sales.
Longing for social interaction during this time of isolation and lockdown, we looked to Los Angeles—the City of Angels—to find solo shows exhibiting artists who deal with communal concerns from a variety of individual angles.
In current times, we’re in need of change. The five exhibitions highlighted here offer formulas for renewal in surprisingly inventive ways.
A visual journey into the creative minds of some of the Arab world's most prominent artists and their approaches to non-representational art.
The first major survey of Whitten’s works on paper, this landmark exhibition explores the evolution of the artist's drawing process through seventy-six works on paper from the 1960s to the late 2010s.
Hoshine offers glimpses into his fragmented reality through slightly surrealist forms, gestures, and references to everyday life.
Guggenheim Award-winning artist JoAnne Carson’s fantastical imaginings teeter somewhere between the perils of temptation envisioned in the otherworldly painted gardens of Hieronymus Bosch and the lush but benign beauty of Monet’s Giverny.
A La Vieille Russie picks some stunners for its first-ever selling exhibition of mid-century jewelry.