In 2008, the Colombian conceptual and video artist Iván Argote walked up to gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin at an exhibition opening, introduced himself and asked for Perrotin’s card. Perrotin told Argote, then a 25-year-old M.F.A. student at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, that he was busy at the time and to please not be offended should he not respond.
Genevieve Gaignard takes selfie culture to a whole new level in her latest show with Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles.Read More
Social NetworkArt world fixture Hikari Yokoyama lends her finely tuned curatorial eye—and cultural connections—to New York’s Spring Place.Read More
Choosing community rather than competition, a circle of young New York artists are paving the way for one another.Read More
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Artist Quentin Jones lends her lo-fi signature to high fashion brands, resulting in cheeky illustrations and videos for the likes of Chanel and Roger Vivier.Read More
The great photographer of youth, Ryan McGinley, is turning 40 this year, but in a new show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, he looks back at the heady time that made him famous.Read More
With two new exhibitions this spring, Helmut Lang continues to carve out his place in the art world. Katy Diamond Hamer enjoys a visit at his East Hampton studio.Read More
Anicka Yi goes beyond sight, engaging our olfactory senses with her provocative sculptures in scent. Daniel Kunitz gets a preview of her solo Guggenheim exhibition.Read More
Dallas Contemporary Senior Curator Justine Ludwig is expanding Dallas’ field of vision with community-driven programming.Read More
Suzanne Deal Booth is illuminating the Texas art world—one grand project at a time.Read More
Architect Alberto Kalach opens up a dark Mexico City townhouse for haute hotelier Moisés Micha.Read More