Jamian Juliano-Villani's exhibition, 'It,' at Gagosian doesn't give easy answers, but gets us thinking.
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.
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In these final chilly days of winter, Art & Object offers a selection of interesting films to watch about artists and the art world. Enjoy!

If you haven’t been keeping up with what’s going on at the Orlando Museum of Art, buckle in, this one is weird and getting more interesting by the day. Last…

“Good artists borrow, great artists steal.” —attributed to Pablo Picasso
The exhibition uniquely positions the iconic artist among a community of peers who were also at the forefront of post-graffiti, a transformative moment in American art.
Jean-Michel Basquiat crowns a king in this portrait of friend and fellow street artist Anthony Clarke. Executed during Basquiat's meteoric rise to fame in 1982, "Portrait of A-One A.K.A. King"…