COVID-19

Illuminating the complexity of art-making amid a global pandemic, this December the Amon Carter Museum of American Art (the Carter) will present Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation, a selection of new works…
For more than a decade, Allison Katz has been exploring painting’s relationship to questions of identity and expression, selfhood and voice. The work for "Artery" was developed over the last two…
From September 9 - 12, New York City was abuzz with the return of the Armory Show and Independent, two of the most prominent fairs in the industry. Fall is traditionally the busiest season for the…
For the first time at a major art fair, NFT’s, a phenomenon spurred on by COVID, take center stage, which means art lovers who’ve spent the past year and a half looking at art on their screens, can…
Italy’s Project ShareArt will collect data on the “attraction value” of particular artworks and enforce COVID-19 guidelines through a combination of artificial intelligence, big data applications,…
The items—worth an estimated $13 million (11 million euros)—were discovered in the possession of a Belgian collector. This repatriation comes as a result of an international investigation that was…
As years go, 2020 was indubitably a very bad one. Naturally, this raises the question of whether these events will impact art. The Brooklyn Museum attempts an answer with The Slipstream.
Flynn Fine Art is excited to announce its first digital presentation in partnership with Artsy, Five Quarantines, by Caroline Carlsmith.