• In David Altmejd’s new solo show at Andrea Rosen, the artist supersized his Plexiglas vitrine sculptures into a monumental shrine to time that fills an entire room of the gallery.

    David Altmejd
    LAST UPDATE : Feb 07, 2014, 7:25 AM EST
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  • Jiha Moon, "Mama Dance," 2013 (detail)

    As a foreigner living in the States myself, I often think about what authenticity really means and I think we often misunderstand it.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 11, 2014, 7:25 AM EST
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  • Ivo Pannaggi's "Speeding Train," 1922.

    Famously inspired by a car crash, Futurism burst forth in 1909 with an uncompromising agenda.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 18, 2014, 7:58 AM EST
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  • Christine Argillet and Salvador Dali in the 1960s.

    When Christine Argillet was a child, her father took a photograph of her dressed as the Infante from Velasquez’s painting, and after seeing this, Salvador Dali would take to calling her "La Petite Infante."

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 25, 2014, 7:32 AM EST
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  • Andy Warhol's "Ileana Sonnabend," 1973, part of The Sonnabend Collection.

    This is Warhol’s 1973 portrait of the gallerist Ileana Sonnabend, from the show that celebrates her at the Museum of Modern Art, through April 21.

    LAST UPDATE : Mar 04, 2014, 7:42 AM EST
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  • DETAIL): Mel Chin - "Home and Sew" (1994)

    "Don’t look back" was the code of a few artists in my generation, and I’ve tried to avoid retro behavior most of my life.

    LAST UPDATE : Mar 11, 2014, 7:40 AM EDT
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  • Enthusiastic crowds at the Armory Focus: China section on Saturday, March 8.

    As the Armory Show drew to a close on Sunday, visitors compared notes about the highs and lows of this year’s fair, and particularly about "Armory Focus: China."

    LAST UPDATE : Mar 13, 2014, 6:46 AM EDT
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  • (L-R): Shannon Finley's "Orb (Equilibrium) and "Rhombus (Impression Formation)"

    "I’ve absorbed the computer into the composition of my works in a way that feels so natural that I hardly think of it."

    LAST UPDATE : Mar 20, 2014, 7:39 AM EDT
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