Ellsworth Kelly, who just turned 89, has been getting a lot of attention. Unfortunately, not all of it is to his best advantage.
Walter Kielholz’s career is a tale of how to survive in Swiss finance: be a bit of a politician, a bit of an opportunist and don’t show off.
Hubert Looser built up two companies, sold shares to the public, made his fortune, then got bored of business and switched to art.
The Shins, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and a new outdoor place to settle back, drink beer and play a little ping pong are among Muse weekend highlights.
White, large and occasionally cracked, Jeff Koons’s plaster sculptures of Greek gods and heroes crowd David Zwirner gallery in Chelsea. Men in black guard the works.
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.