A Show Traces Philip Guston’s Impact on Contemporary Artists

LONDON — A common challenge facing curators of straightforward scholarly exhibitions is the compulsion to prove the influence of artist A on artist or movement B. This often stretches credibility, as select examples are supported by some heavy lifting in the captioning. A Thing for the Mind at commercial gallery Timothy Taylor takes an altogether … Read more

Actor, Artist,and Activist Chella Man Interview On PURE JOY art show – ARTnews.com

Chella Man wears many hats. At only 23, the Deaf trans phenom has enjoyed impressive careers as a YouTuber, artist, activist, and actor (he’s best known for his role as Jericho, a mute superhero in the DC Universe series Titans), and now, curator. This summer, 1969 Gallery in TriBeCa is hosting Man’s curatorial debut, a … Read more

ADAA Names 78 Exhibitors for 2022 Edition of Art Show – ARTnews.com

The Art Dealers Association of America has named the 78 galleries that will participate in its upcoming 2022 edition, scheduled to run at the Park Avenue Armory from November 3 to November 6, with a preview day on November 2. As the organization marks its 60th anniversary this year, it will mount the largest-ever iteration … Read more

Orlando Museum of Art Director Is Out Following Raid of Basquiat Show – ARTnews.com

Aaron De Groft lost his job as director and chief executive of the Orlando Museum of Art in Florida on Tuesday night, days after the FBI seized 25 paintings with a contested attribution to Jean-Michel Basquiat that were on display in the museum. Agents raided the museum on Friday after presenting museum employees a 41-page … Read more

Dealers Foot Towering Bills to Show at Art Basel’s Unlimited Section – ARTnews.com

It’s no secret that exhibiting at Art Basel is expensive, but for the galleries presenting at Art Basel Unlimited, where larger pieces are shown, the costs are truly astronomical. The fee to exhibit at Unlimited lies somewhere between $18,000 and $20,000, according to Mary Sabbatino of Galerie Lelong & Co., which presented Leonardo Drew’s Number … Read more

In Venice, a Show Draws Connections Between Colonialism and Marine Ecology

Diana Policarpo, “Ciguatera” (2022) (all photos Anna Souter/Hyperallergic) VENICE — The Chiesa di San Lorenzo, home to TBA21–Academy Ocean Space in Venice, Italy, is a unique gallery space. There are no white walls or poured concrete floors; Instead, classical columns flank rough brick or blockwork walls, topped by carvings or huge arched windows. The building … Read more

Amanda Williams’s Gagosian Show Investigates Limitations of Color – ARTnews.com

Can race and color be separated? Deeply concerned with the way that color shapes our world, Chicago-based architect and artist Amanda Williams has long engaged with this question in her practice. Williams’s ongoing fascination with color is rooted in a quest to unearth the possibilities and limits of racialized—both theoretical and real-readings of color. Titled … Read more

Slovenian Museum Nixes Show Amid Forgery Claims—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines BILLIONAIRE AUSTRIAN ART COLLECTOR HEIDI GÖESS-HORTEN, who opened a private museum for her art holdings in Vienna this month, died on Sunday at her home in Lake Wörthersee, Alex Greenberger reports in ARTnews. Göess-Horten, who was … Read more

How ‘Elden Ring’ Inspired Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Show About Video Games – ARTnews.com

Walk into any of the world’s biggest institutions, and you’re unlikely to encounter many video games. Right now, however, if you visit the Julia Stoschek Collection in Düsseldorf, these playable works will be the only thing you’ll encounter. To celebrate the space’s 15th anniversary, the eponymous German collector has turned her private museum over to … Read more