Juxtapoz Magazine – Radio Juxtapoz, ep 067: Khari Turner Knows How to Fall

There are those moments in an interview where you know as soon as the subject has said something profound that it will become the centerpiece of […]

Art Dealer Rudolf Zwirner on What Starting a Family Empire in the 1960s Taught Him About How Dealers Can Survive the Pandemic Era

It’s hard to sum up a career like Rudolf Zwirner’s. The 87-year-old German art dealer played a decisive role in shaping the art market as we […]

25 Art-World Women Celebrate the Women Who Inspire Them, From Feminist Art Critic Linda Nochlin to Arte Povera Legend Marisa Merz | Artnet News

It is not always easy being a woman in this world, and being a woman in the art world can be doubly challenging. Gallery rosters and […]

Metro Pictures, Champion of the Pictures Generation, Is Closing

The gallery, which represented artists like Cindy Sherman and Robert Longo, cited “the anticipated arrival of a very different art world.” Source link

Metro Pictures Gallery, Which Represents Cindy Sherman and Other Top Artists, to Close

On Sunday, the 40-year-old New York gallery Metro Pictures announced that it will close toward the end of 2021. The announcement email sent by the gallery […]

Immersive van Gogh Experiences Bloom Like Sunflowers

Touring shows that transform the walls and floors of a space into a kind of van Gogh dream world are popping up in cities across the […]

Celebrating Black Children in America

In her first solo art show, “Children of the Sun,” Jennifer Mack-Watkins said she wanted to highlight the joys of the Black experience. Source link

Amy Sherald Directs Her Breonna Taylor Painting Toward Justice

After painting a portrait of Taylor, whose killing by police helped galvanize national protests, the artist decided she wanted the work to live on in public. […]

New Branding for Setouchi Brewery Emphasizes the Unique Climate of the Islands

The Setouchi Brewery is a new wine and cider maker that has laid down roots in the Setouchi region of Japan, where islands, mountains, sky and […]

Opinion | Jason Polan, Flâneur

The artist understood pre-pandemic New York in a way few others do. Source link