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Displaced Artists Open a New Front at the Brooklyn Army Terminal

For those muscled out of studios across the city, ArtBuilt offers long leases, below-market rents and the mayor’s welcome.
Tags: Art, News, Ny, Jonas, Tom, Robinson, Marc Andre, Paul Ramirez, Renting and Leasing (Real Estate, Brooklyn (NYC, Real Estate (Commercial, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Finkelpearl, New Front, Brooklyn Army Terminal (Brooklyn, Tomashi Jackson

Critic’s Notebook: The Art of Rock: Four Museums Explore How We Connect to Music

Shows about Leonard Cohen, instruments, punk graphics and punk sexual energy highlight the bonds between listeners and creators.
Tags: Art, News, Ny, Goldman, Leonard Cohen, Musical instruments, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Cohen, Leonard, Museum of Sex, Museum of Arts and Design, Pop and Rock Music, Jewish Museum (Manhattan, Vivien (1954-

An Artist Who Creates Joyful, Shimmering Images of West Indian Culture

Ahead of a new solo show, Paul Anthony Smith discusses his intricate, time-intensive process — and his favorite forms of procrastination.
Tags: Art, News, Gallery, Jack, Ny, Edward, Blacks, Hopper, Parades, Paul Anthony Smith, Culture (Arts, Bedford-Stuyvesant (Brooklyn, Shainman

Admiration Society: Joe Mantello and Stanley Whitney on the ’80s and the Evolution of Their Work

Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation. This time: the director and the artist.
Tags: Art, News, Theater, Ny, Whitney, Joe, Joe Mantello, Mantello, Stanley Whitney, Culture (Arts, Studio Museum in Harlem, Stanley (1946-, Lisson Gallery (Manhattan

Critic’s Pick: ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat’ at the Brant Shows His Bifurcated Life

A fitting shrine for Basquiat: A trophy art museum shows off a painter who felt he had been commodified.
Tags: Art, News, Museum, Museums, Finances, Ny, Guggenheim, Md, Parker, Robinson, Charlie, Jean Michel Basquiat, Basquiat, Brant, Sugar Ray, Race and Ethnicity

Critic’s Pick: Jasper Johns Stays Divinely Busy

A gallery exhibition in Manhattan gives the truest picture of the artist, at 88, who is continuing to work and innovate.
Tags: Art, News, Manhattan, Jasper, Ny, Matthew, Jasper Johns, Johns, Marks, Gallery (Manhattan

Manhattan Pier Is Deemed Unsafe, Forcing Cancellation of an Art Show

The Armory Show will relocate to Pier 90, forcing the shutdown of Volta, a companion show that was set to be held there.
Tags: Art, News, Manhattan, Conventions, Ny, Armory Show, VOLTA, Manhattan (NYC, The International Fair of New Art (NYC, Fairs and Trade Shows, Economic Development Corp, Pier 92 (Manhattan

Entertaining With: How to Throw an Intimate Dinner Party With Your Neighbor

Living just two floors apart, the fashion designer Jane Mayle and Jewish Museum director Claudia Gould threw a whimsical and wintery dinner in their West Village rowhouse.
Tags: Art, Desserts, News, Ny, West Village, Gould, Jane, Claudia, Jane Mayle, Cooking and Cookbooks, Parties (Social, Claudia Gould, Mayle, Jewish Museum (Manhattan, Maison Mayle (Fashion Label

In This Manhattan Apartment, Every Room Is a Testament to Japanese Tradition

The artist Hiroshi Sugimoto’s first architectural project in New York City is a defiant celebration of a bygone age.
Tags: Tea, Art, News, New York City, Manhattan, Ny, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Culture (Arts, Interior Design and Furnishings, Central Park (Manhattan

On Display at the People’s House: A Century of Persistence

Chirlane McCray sets a populist tone with an exhibition of female artists, long underrepresented at Gracie Mansion.
Tags: Art, News, Shirley, Bill, Ny, Chirlane Mccray, De Blasio, Walker, Kara, Glen, Chisholm, McCray, People 's House, Women and Girls, Historic Buildings and Sites, Alicia K

art Review: Winter, but Whither Antiques?

It’s official. The 65th anniversary fair of arts, design and antiques at the Park Avenue Armory has a new name — and there’s a lot more to see than brown furniture.
Tags: Art, News, Ny, Antiques, Park Avenue Armory, Park Avenue Armory (Manhattan, Winter Antiques Show

Big Fairs Dominate the Art World. Small Galleries Are Seeking Another Way.

The Condo group exhibition, whose fourth London edition opened on Saturday, lets smaller dealerships attract new faces by sharing their spaces and client lists.
Tags: Art, London, News, Gallery, Ny, Condo, Collectors and Collections, Queer Thoughts LLC (Manhattan

Staff At NY’s The New Museum Want To Unionize. The Museum Isn’t Happy

In recent days, staff say, the New Museum has procured the services of Kentucky-based Adams Nash Haskell & Sheridan, a firm that specializes in defeating unions, boasting on its website, “When We Take Action, You Take Control” and promising employers a “union-free future.”
Tags: Art, Kentucky, Ny, Visual, New Museum, 01.10.19, Adams Nash Haskell Sheridan

El Museo del Barrio Drops Plan to Honor German Socialite

Questions were raised over why a museum of Latino art was feting Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, whose archconservative friends oppose Pope Francis.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Finances, Francis, Ny, Patrick, Gloria, Politics And Government, Hispanic-Americans, Harlem (Manhattan, El Museo del Barrio, Charpenel, Princess of Thurn and Taxis, Gloria von Thurn

After the Quake, Dana Schutz Gets Back to Work

Still reckoning with the fallout from her Emmett Till painting, the chastened artist reveals how the controversy has changed her — even as she moves forward with a new gallery show.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Sculpture, Ny, Petzel Gallery, Dana, Schutz, Dana Schutz, Chelsea (Manhattan, Whitney Biennial

Sir Shadow, Maestro of the Last of the Bowery Flophouses

In a derelict hotel, six holdouts resist the gentrification of Skid Row. Soon they will be gone, but the art of one resident may endure.
Tags: Art, News, Ny, Andre, Historic Buildings and Sites, Bowery (Manhattan, De Shields, Sir Shadow

Robert Morris, 87, Dies; Founding Minimalist Sculptor With Manifold Passions

He pioneered a style of radical simplification and wrote influential essays about it. But he also restlessly went beyond it, taking in performance, earthworks and more.
Tags: Art, News, Sculpture, Ny, Morris, Robert Morris, Deaths (Obituaries, Robert (1931-, Castelli Gallery (Manhattan

Robert Morris, Founding Minimalist Sculptor With Manifold Passions, Dies at 87

He pioneered a style of radical simplification and wrote influential essays about it. But he also restlessly went beyond it, taking in performance, earthworks and more.
Tags: Art, News, Sculpture, Ny, Morris, Robert Morris, Deaths (Obituaries, Robert (1931-, Castelli Gallery (Manhattan

Kiki Smith and the Pursuit of Beauty in a Notably Unbeautiful Age

In her four-decade career, the artist has gone her own way, creating unapologetically lovely work that feels particularly relevant.
Tags: Art, News, Sculpture, Smith, Ny, Kiki Smith, Kiki, Women and Girls, East Village (Manhattan

Critic’s Notebook: A 21st-Century Renaissance for Ford Foundation Landmark

The building, a prescient example of civic architecture, sees the light after a two-year makeover.
Tags: Design, News, Architecture, John, Ny, Kevin, Raymond, Roche, Walker, Kiley, Saarinen, Eero, Jungles, Restoration and Renovation, Historic Buildings and Sites, Darren (1959-

Met’s Leaders Move Ahead With Modern and Rockefeller Wings

Max Hollein and Daniel H. Weiss, in their first joint interview, on making a home for contemporary art and the wing devoted to Africa, Oceania and the Americas.
Tags: Art, News, Africa, Museums, Finances, Ny, Max, Rockefeller, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Weiss, Max Hollein, Hollein, Africa Oceania, Restoration and Renovation, Fifth Avenue (Manhattan, Daniel H

Like a Diamond in the Sky: The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Has a New Glow

Daniel Libeskind’s architectural feat — all 900 pounds, 70 spikes, and three million Swarovski crystals of it — will light up the night at Rockefeller Center.
Tags: Art, News, Architecture, Christmas Trees, Ny, Daniel, Daniel Libeskind, Libeskind, Rockefeller Center (Manhattan, Swarovski AG

Martha Rosler Isn’t Done Making Protest Art

The artist’s work has been canonized, and feminist slogans are enshrined on T-shirts, but where does that leave her? A retrospective at the Jewish Museum takes us on her journey.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Museums, Ny, Women's Rights, Martha, Rosler, Martha Rosler, Jewish Museum (Manhattan

A Weekend at Witch Camp

It took 500 years, but witchcraft has gone from crime to commodity.
Tags: Art, News, Ny, Witchcraft, Women and Girls, Your-feed-selfcare, Think Olio, OlioHouse (Wassaic

At the Tefaf Fair, Old Masters and Powerful Women

Objects that were made for kings and queens and remarkable examples of American art lead the exceptional displays here.
Tags: Art, News, Ny, Park Avenue Armory (Manhattan, TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair Stichting

Porcelain Finds Its Outside Voice

In her Kingston, N.Y., studio, the artist Arlene Shechet champions porcelain for an installation in Madison Square Park. Ceramics are not delicate, the artist insists.
Tags: Art, News, Sculpture, Kingston, Ny, Martin, Arlene, Madison Square Park, Puryear, Monuments and Memorials (Structures, Ceramics and Pottery, Madison Square Park (Manhattan, Shechet, Kingston (NY, Arlene Shechet

From ’80s Street Art to Graphic Novels. And Back.

After 40 years, Richard McGuire’s handmade “Ixnae Nix” street posters come out of the drawer, into the New York Art Book Fair and Alden Projects.
Tags: Art, News, Posters, Richard, Ny, Richard McGuire, New Yorker, Keith, McGuire, Basquiat, MoMA PS1, Haring, Books and Literature, Book Trade and Publishing, Jean-Michel, East Village (Manhattan

An Art-World Lion Finds a Den in a Midcentury Landmark

In the studio with the painter Peter Halley as he prepares for his “punky” and personal installation in Manhattan’s Lever House.
Tags: Art, News, Manhattan, Ny, Peter Halley, Lever House (Manhattan

Notes on the Culture: Does the Cost of Living in New York Spell the End of Its Artistic Life?

Micro-galleries, jury-rigged studios, an old church with a cemetery out back: Real estate has become its own, potentially deal-breaking, creative pursuit.
Tags: Art, News, New York City, Gallery, Ny, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, 56 Henry (Manhattan, Cost of Living in New York Spell

Art Review: This Surrealist Is Having a Moment, 66 Years After Her Last New York Show

Karma gallery celebrates the strange, lonely paintings of the Chicago artist Gertrude Abercrombie with an exhibition and a comprehensive catalog.
Tags: Art, News, Chicago, Ny, Dan, Nadel, Karma Gallery (Manhattan, Gertrude Abercrombie

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