So, you’re ready to replace that poster from the Montreal Jazz Fest but hate the idea of going into a gallery hawking “the next Andy Warhol”? Jeff Bezos has the answer: Amazon Art.
When the Museum of Modern Art released a widely criticized expansion plan in January, it mentioned an "integrated display" of its collection "across all disciplines."
Robert Rauschenberg ’s 1962 “Aen Floga (Combine Painting)” is a white canvas outfitted with rusty wire and beat-up scraps of wood and metal. Even after half a century, the work looks radical.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. , the investment bank liquidating in bankruptcy, asked a judge for approval to hire Sotheby’s to sell off an art collection at a public auction in September, according to court filings.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s magnificent show “Matisse: In Search of True Painting,” which opens to the public Dec. 4, includes 50 masterpieces from around the globe.
China’s richest man, Wang Jianlin, bought Picasso’s painting of his young children, Claude and Paloma, for $28.2 million at Christie’s in New York yesterday, the auction house said.
How did the artistic legacies of Motherwell, Rauschenberg and Twombly turn into the gunfight at the O.K. Corral?
Kristin Scott Thomas is back in London playing a jaded wife whose former housemate drops by.
The O2 is about to be taken over by Girls Aloud for three nights of pop hits.
“May I offer you coffee? Water? Vodka?” asked Baronessa Beatrice Monti della Corte as she welcomed me into her apartment on New York’s Upper East Side.