Arte Povera, one of the most important movements of art history, is a link between the Italian Renaissance and what we now identify as contemporary art. First defined by art critic and curator Germano Celant in 1967, Arte Povera has had fairly limited exposure in the United States—until now.
David Benjamin Sherry retreats from his vibrant landscapes to a decidedly inward looking show at Salon 94.Read More
Katja Novitskova’s new sculptures may look otherworldly, but they are very much grounded in reality.Read More
LA multi-media artist Rachel Mason collaborates with award-winning artist and filmmaker Eric Leiser to create a animated video for her single, "Queen Bee."Read More
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With institutions and galleries shaking up their ranks, the young curator has never been a more vital part of the equation. Here are the 10 curators we found pushing the field forward.Read More
Dashiell Manley turned off the news and tuned up the meditation for an expressionistic series of new oil paintings.Read More
Elaine Cameron-Weir turns her first solo museum show into a sculptural feast for the senses.Read More
New York-based artist tips the scales with her massive new sculptures for Team Gallery.Read More
For her latest installation, artist Amanda Ross-Ho sends fair-goers on an Art Basel treasure hunt.Read More
On the heels of his Whitney Biennial triumph, and an exhibition-packed 2016, L.A. icon debuts a new suite of his poetic (and political) portraits at Zurich's Galerie Eva Presenhuber.Read More
James Crump’s new film paints the legendary life of fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez. Here, we catch up with the director to discuss the 70’s, sexuality and all things disco.Read More