Art News

SponsoredMarch 24, 2020

The story of Buddhist art in China is the story of the nation itself. Though the religion arrived in China as early as 25–220 CE, over the course of China’s long history of political and…

At LargeMarch 23, 2020
Project Angel Food is pleased to announce that the grantLOVE project and Oscar de la Renta have joined forces with us to raise funds for our COVID-19 Emergency Food Fund.
FairMarch 19, 2020

In a press release today, Frieze has announced the cancelation of their 2020 New York fair, set to take place this summer on Randall Island:

MuseumMarch 13, 2020
The Dallas Museum of Art presents For a Dreamer of Houses, an imaginative new exhibition of contemporary art that explores the significance of the spaces we inhabit and how they represent ourselves,…
MuseumMarch 10, 2020
Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings is the first exhibition to examine essential but underestimated aspects of the revolutionary French painter’s work: his profound interest in rocks and…
GalleryMarch 05, 2020
Combining elements of photography, sculpture, frottage, ink, and graphite drawings, Nate Lewis’ intricately carved works on paper reflect his experience as a critical-care nurse and challenge…
GalleryMarch 05, 2020
The intimacy of the gallery space at 57 Orchard creates the perfect context for Jacotey’s work, which always makes the viewer want to get a bit closer.
FairMarch 03, 2020

NEW YORK (NY): The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair (NYIABF)—officially sanctioned by Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA) and International League…

MuseumMarch 03, 2020
The exhibition examining the ways in which Indian dress, aesthetic, and artwork have inspired Western fashion designs from streetwear to couture.
MuseumFebruary 28, 2020
The Met announced today the acquisition of the monumental sculptural relief Two Horses (2019) by American artist Charles Ray (b. 1953).