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Last week, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) raided over thirty artist homes and studios across the country. The raids came on the heels of the Russian presidential election that concluded this weekend with Vladimir Putin claiming another term in office.
Tom Burckhardt's exhibition Ulterior Motif, at George Adams Gallery, explores the terrain between figuration and abstraction.
Almost 42 years after Jean-Michel Basquiat’s first exhibition in Los Angeles, Gagosian is staging a new exhibition featuring work that Basquiat produced in Los Angeles.
Roberta Smith, co-chief art critic of the New York Times, announced that after over 32 years and 4,500 reviews and essays, she is retiring.
From Saratoga Springs, New York, to Como, Italy, these 10 residencies provide for inspirational settings for artists around the world.
A pro-Palestine group defaced a portrait of Arthur James Balfour at Trinity College.
Here are ten must-see works at LACMA, a museum that has a collection of over 150,000 objects that span 6,000 years of artistic creation.
Kansas City Chiefs’ tight end Taylor Swift squeeze Travis Kelce will finance the documentary Basquiat: King Pleasure, Riken Yamamoto wins the Pritzker Prize, and more news.
Flaco, who escaped the Central Park Zoo in 2023, and died on February 23, spent the past year roosting freely in locations around the Park.
When fashion icon Iris Apfel died at 102, she left a legacy of artful living.
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