Collectors such as Roman Abramovich are flying to the Swiss city of Basel to inspect $2 billion of works at the world’s biggest modern and contemporary art fair.
Donald Judd bought 101 Spring Street, an 1870 cast-iron building, in 1968 for $68,000.
Wearing an old brown fedora, a shirt decorated with a marlin and rumpled khakis, Frank Stella, 76, walks through his show at the FreedmanArt Gallery on New York’s Upper East Side.
Drivers passing Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie may be forgiven for thinking that a vast new lampshade is hanging in the glass-walled foyer of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe ’s museum.
According to new archaeological evidence, human beings have been using paint for 100,000 years.
Luxembourg & Dayan gallery’s four floors are filled with theatrical canvases that amuse and intrigue in the show “Domenico Gnoli: Paintings 1964-1969.”
Ruth Madoff sports big round eyeglasses and an air of reproach. The wife of Bernie Ebbers looks frightened.
Katy Perry’s worldwide tour returns to the U.K. this weekend for her biggest shows in London, featuring dancing gingerbread men, rah-rah skirts, giant lollipops and constant jokes between the pop hits.
Christie’s International said its Haunch of Venison subsidiary will stop operating its two galleries and representing artists in March.
In a darkened room, oversize images of bell jars pulsed and sparked with color.