Sherrie Levine's latest exhibition at David Zwirner in Hong Kong continues the artist's examination of authorship and originality.
Artworks will appear in unusual locations, including the dock, terraces overlooking the Gulf of Naples, and the Chapel of Santissima Purità.
One has already brought in over US $30 million at auction this year.
At Maureen Paley in London, photographs by Peter Hujar capture New York City's nocturnal drag scene between 1970 and 1987.
Nottingham Contemporary presents a multi-faceted understanding of the pop culture icon.
Ocula Magazine's editors present their selections Latin American art to seek out at Art Basel OVR: Miami Beach.
Discovered on Instagram, the work will be seen by millions.
The wunderkind dealer was denied bail in a New York court this week.
Sotheby's, Christie's, Phillips and Bonham's have changed what they're selling and how they're selling it for major auctions taking place over the next two weeks.
This week's need-to-know art news, including the collapse of Sydney's Carriageworks, the winner of the Pulitzer-prize for criticism, and relaxed Kickstarter rules for institutions.
The Sotheby's Gallery Network is being presented as a way to support galleries during the pandemic and help collectors access coveted works.
Ocula Advisory selects works to see at Art Basel Hong Kong's Online Viewing Rooms.
[The Armory Show] opens to the public on 7 March (running to 10 March 2019)—just about a week after the fair relocated a portion of its 194 exhibitors due to structural issues found in Pier 92, fo
Walking through Art Basel 2016 felt like being ‘between; and ‘beneath’ a ‘resolved mass’, in which a kind of emerging globalism has taken firm root.
I feel especially lucky to have been granted this kind of intense and privileged access to the work and world of an artist who changed the face of art in our time, Andy Warhol.