• This year the directors of Vienna's decade-old Viennafair are taking their show across the canal to Marx Halle - a renovated industrial building in the Neu Marx business district - to re-launch the event as viennacontemporary.

    Emmanuel Bornstein, The Kiss, 2015, Oil on canvas
    LAST UPDATE : Aug 27, 2015, 8:00 AM EDT
  • "Two Million Homes For Mexico," a photography by Livia Corona Benjamin presented by Mexico City's Parque Gallery at the forthcoming Texas Contemporary.

    It’s stupefying to calculate the number of fresh ideas that Max Fishko has been able to generate and successfully launch in the highly competitive and fickle world of art market.

    LAST UPDATE : Aug 31, 2015, 7:10 AM EDT
  • Manuela Marques, Sans titre, 2015, impression pigmentaire sur papier RC, 63 x 95 cm

    Unconstrained by a theme or subject, Manuela Marques’ latest solo show highlights the photographer’s unique approach to artistic creation — one without restrictions or stilted similarities.

    LAST UPDATE : Sep 02, 2015, 6:05 AM EDT
  • “Sid Vicious,” 2015 by Shepard Fairey. Image by Dennis Morris © OBEY GIANT ART; “Deborah Harry,” 2015 by Shepard Fairey. Image by Chris Stein © OBEY GIANT ART Shepard Fairey, Deborah Harry , 2015 Reference Photographer: Chris Stein © OBEY GIANT ART

    “Rock Style” at Sotheby’s S2 Gallery in London from September 22 to October 30 is an exhibition curated by globally-renowned fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and influential curator Jeffrey Deitch that celebrates the fascinating dialogue between fashion, music, and photography.

    LAST UPDATE : Sep 09, 2015, 7:57 AM EDT
  • Photograph by Linda Nylind

    Frieze London returns for its 13th edition in 2015 from October 14-17 in The Regent’s Park with an impressive lineup of 164 galleries from 27 countries.

    LAST UPDATE : Sep 30, 2015, 7:52 AM EDT
  • In this image released by Christie's auction house, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, is a signed photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson taken in 1948 in Srinagar, India. One man alone was responsible for printing the vast majority of his black-and-white photos between 1967and 1997. In gratitude, Cartier-Bresson presented Voja Mitrovic with nearly 30 signed and inscribed photographs, some rarely seen by the public. They are to be auctioned in October in New York.

    The vast majority of those gelatin silver prints were made by one man between 1967 and 1997. He was Voja Mitrovic, a master printer at Paris' celebrated Picto photo lab.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 06, 2012, 6:30 AM EST