In this week's news, the remains of a 2,400-year-old palace where Alexander the Great was crowned king was reopened to the public, the Frick's Ian Wardropper retires, and a list of artists used to train Midjourney is leaked online.
This is your last chance to see exhibitions of Ed Ruscha, Tracey Emin, Barkley Hendricks, and Henry Taylor.
Trial has begun in New York federal court in a case brought by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev against auction house Sotheby's.
In Henry Taylor: B Side at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the artist's portraits of friends and cultural figures ask us to see more than meets the eye.
Here are the top news stories from the past week.
Art & Object has unveiled a new online platform that will redefine the art-buying experience. Art & Object Marketplace is designed for seasoned and new collectors as well as art enthusiasts, allowing visitors to effortlessly buy art online from a curated selection of work from galleries across the country.
As the temperature drops and you spend more time indoors this winter, here are three very different art books to keep you inspired, both visually and intellectually. They are all driven by the competing ideas of memoir, fact, and fancy.
Dozens of previously sealed court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein were made public this past week naming high-profile art collectors, patrons, and investors.
Poland has announced that it has reversed its decision to showcase artist Ignacy Czwartos at the Polish pavilion in the 2024 Venice Biennale because the work featured imagery aligned with the conservative government’s politics.