Reviews: Architect Germane Barnes on Merging Design and Black Identity and the Miami Artists He Loves – artnet News | Ad On Picture

So much in the art world revolves around questions of value, not just in terms of estimates and price tags, but also: what is your time in These Times worth, as well as your energy, your attention, and yes, your hard work? Earned money? What is the math you do to determine the meaning and … Read more

Reviews: Architect Germane Barnes on Merging Design and Black Identity and the Miami Artists He Loves – artnet News | Ad On Picture

So much in the art world revolves around questions of value, not just in terms of estimates and price tags, but also: what is your time in These Times worth, as well as your energy, your attention, and yes, your hard work? Earned money? What is the math you do to determine the meaning and … Read more

11 Must-See Museum Exhibitions During Art Basel Miami Beach, From a Didier Williams Retrospective to Michel Majerus’ First US Exhibition – artnet News | Ad On Picture

Art week in Miami is always a scene when collectors, artists and gallery owners come to town for a few days. But beyond the tents there is a wealth of artwork to see. Here are 11 institutional shows not to be missed. 1. “Leandro Erlich: Liminal” at the Pérez Art Museum Miami Swimming pool (1999). … Read more

11 Must-See Museum Exhibitions During Art Basel Miami Beach, From a Didier Williams Retrospective to Michel Majerus’ First US Exhibition – artnet News | Ad On Picture

Art week in Miami is always a scene when collectors, artists and gallery owners come to town for a few days. But beyond the tents there is a wealth of artwork to see. Here are 11 institutional shows not to be missed. 1. “Leandro Erlich: Liminal” at the Pérez Art Museum Miami Swimming pool (1999). … Read more

“It’s All Machine-Made”: Crossover NFT Art Star Refik Anadol’s New Installation at MoMA Lets AI Do the Creating, Generating, and Dreaming – artnet News | Ad On Picture

Consider the following proposition: after a person has seen all 130,000 works in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection, they are asked to engage in an artistic reflection. Assuming the person didn’t die of exhaustion, what might their work look like? This premise is at the heart of Refik Anadol Unattendeda newly introduced project that … Read more

7 Questions for the Miaz Brothers Whose Champions Are Hoping for the Upcoming Show Amid the Crisis – artnet News | Ad On Picture

The Miaz brothers – Roberto and Renato, born in 1965 and 1968 respectively – have earned a reputation for their dynamic, ongoing collaboration and distinctive style. From an early age, the siblings made a conscious effort to approach life and their artistic practice holistically, forgoing a traditional career path in favor of organic exploration and … Read more

Spotlight: A Retrospective of Fashion Designer Thierry Mugler, Who Introduced the ‘Glamazon’ to the World, Opens at the Brooklyn Museum – artnet News | Ad On Picture

Every month, hundreds of galleries add newly available work from thousands of artists to the Artnet Gallery Network – and every week we spotlight an artist or exhibition you should know about. Check out what we have in stock and inquire for more with a simple click. What you need to know: French couturier Thierry … Read more

Truffles, Private Collection Tours, and Prizes Heaps: Turin’s Contemporary Art Scene Shines During Artissima Fair – artnet News | Ad On Picture

Before leaving for Turin last week, a US collector offered me a memorable throwback to the city’s Artissima art fair: “It’s the only fair where you can trade art for truffles.” The comment turns out to be attitude rather than fact (although prices are somewhat comparable, Italian truffles cost about $1,500 a pound), and while … Read more

Paula Cooper Now Represents the Estate of Jay DeFeo, the Still-overlooked Artist Who Did Much More Than The Rose – artnet News | Ad On Picture

The Paula Cooper Gallery will now manage the estate of the late abstract expressionist Jay DeFeo and represent the Jay DeFeo Foundation in New York. Marc Selwyn Fine Art works with the Foundation in Los Angeles. “There is a boldness in DeFeo’s work and her radical, anti-hierarchical approach, drive and commitment to working in multiple … Read more

Paula Cooper Now Represents the Estate of Jay DeFeo, the Still-overlooked Artist Who Did Much More Than The Rose – artnet News | Ad On Picture

The Paula Cooper Gallery will now manage the estate of the late abstract expressionist Jay DeFeo and represent the Jay DeFeo Foundation in New York. Marc Selwyn Fine Art works with the Foundation in Los Angeles. “There is a boldness in DeFeo’s work and her radical, anti-hierarchical approach, drive and commitment to working in multiple … Read more