Visual Arts
  • Although Julian Schnabel’s art has attracted its fair share of controversy, there is no doubt that his reputation as an egoist precedes him.

    Julian Schnabel, 'Untitled (Self Portrait)' 2004.
    LAST UPDATE : May 02, 2014, 8:02 AM EDT
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  • Ichwan Noor's Beetlesphere at Art: 1 by Mondercor Gallery, at Art Basel Hong Kong 2013.

    Building on its strong first year in 2013, Art Basel in Hong Kong is returning in May with a strong program that includes for the first time a Film section.

    LAST UPDATE : Jan 24, 2014, 5:00 PM EST
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  • Carrie Mae Weems

    Through documentary photographs, conceptual installations, and videos, Carrie Mae Weems is known for raising difficult questions about the American experience.

    LAST UPDATE : Jan 23, 2014, 4:58 AM EST
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  • Basim Magdy, "They Endorsed Collective Failure as the Dawn of a New Renaissance," 2013 (detail)

    From slide projections to an ongoing series of captioned images, what ties Egyptian artist Basim Magdy’s work together is narrative.

    LAST UPDATE : Jan 22, 2014, 3:45 AM EST
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  • Detail of Art Spiegelman's "Lead Pipe Sunday no. 2" (1997)

    I have no idea what happens on the other side of a retrospective. De Kooning said it should never be done while you’re alive, but the research reveals that he had at least two. So what are you gonna do?

    LAST UPDATE : Jan 21, 2014, 3:34 AM EST
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  • There seemed to be a bumper crop of art-inspired clothing on the runways this year, from New York to Paris to Copenhagen and even Seoul.For both women and men, be they couture, resort, or ...

  • From Lady Gaga's infiltration of the art world to George W. Bush's foray into self portraiture and cat paintings, there have been quite a few moments this year to which the ARTINFO staff could ...

  • From Lady Gaga's infiltration of the art world to George W. Bush's foray into self portraiture and cat paintings, there have been quite a few moments this year to which the ARTINFO staff could ...

  • Painting by 17th-century Flemish artist depicting a bearded Brussels magistrate was brought to the show by an English priest who bought it in an antiques shop for $660.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 30, 2013, 12:22 AM EST
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  • Surveying the last year of stories on In The Air, the ARTINFO newswire, we're struck by the non-stop interaction they show between the art world and the broader world of popular culture. From Lady ...

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