Fiery songbird Florence + the Machine will play Central Park Summerstage on Friday night.
“I am not a star,” artist Oscar Murillo said as he signed autographs at the opening of his first solo gallery show in New York last week.
How did the artistic legacies of Motherwell, Rauschenberg and Twombly turn into the gunfight at the O.K. Corral?
Spend the evening with the Marcantonios, as retired Italian longshoreman Gus fights with his three grown kids about radicalism, unions and whether it’s ever right to pay for sex.
Inside the Frieze Art Fair on New York’s Randall’s Island, there’s a hotel with two beds so guests can sleep among the artworks for as much as $375 a night.
Two years ago, artist Oscar Murillo, now 27, cleaned offices to put himself through art school. His paintings sold for less than $3,000.
Anthony Caro, the leading British sculptor of his generation, died yesterday of a heart attack. He was 89.
On a day when U.S. stocks lost more than $240 billion in value, Christie’s held its largest-ever postwar and contemporary sale, setting records for eight artists including Franz Kline, Jeff Koons, Donald Judd and Jean-Michel Basquiat.