John Waters Gifts to Go on View at Baltimore Museum—and More Art News –

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines GARDEN PARADISES. It has been a big week for art and parks! The Storm King Art Center in New York just announced a $45 million upgrade of its grounds, and now the Uffizi Galleries in Florence, … Read more

D*Face’s “Painting Over the Cracks.” On view…

On view beginning August 6th, 2022 at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, California is artist D*Face’s highly anticipated solo exhibition, “Painting Over the Cracks.” Instantly recognized as one of the UK’s most prolific Urban Contemporary artists, D*Face (Dean Stockton) has occupied the forefront of his practice since his first sell out show in 2005. … Read more

F.B.I. is Investigating Basquiats on View at the Orlando Museum of Art –

The FBI’s Art Crime Team is investigating the authenticity of 25 paintings unveiled at the Orlando Museum of Art in February as never-before-seen creations of Jean-Michel Basquiat, per a federal subpoena obtained by the New York Times. The museum’s director and chief executive, Aaron De Groft, said the mysterious trove resurfaced in a Los Angeles … Read more

“Pompeii in Color” Offers a Fresh View of Gender in Ancient Rome –

In the past decade alone, a bewildering assortment of institutions in the United States has hosted blockbuster exhibitions about Pompeii, the ancient Roman town buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 CE. These have included the California Science Center (2015), the Kansas City Union Station (2016), and even the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library … Read more

A Futuristic View with a Nostalgic Spin

ALBUQUERQUE — Fronteras del Futuro: Art in New Mexico and Beyond at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque engages with contemporary issues relevant to the border state and similarly multicultural regions through artworks that draw upon science, technology, fantasy, personal narratives, and cultural identities. The exhibition is inspired by speculative fiction, which is … Read more

‘Andy Warhol Diaries’ on Netflix Offers an Intimate View –

“Oh, I don’t know. Life is interesting, I guess.” So intones Andy Warhol, in his famously opaque way of saying everything and nothing at once, many hours into The Andy Warhol Diariesa new six-part documentary series premiering on Netflix on March 9. Directed by Andrew Rossi (known for acclaimed documents like Page One: Inside the … Read more

A View From the Easel

After a brief hiatus, we’re back with the 198th installment of A View From the Easel, a series in which artists send in a photo and a description of their workspace. Want to take part? Please submit your studio! Just check out the submission guidelines. BA Thomas, Raleigh, North Carolina Here, oh here, is my … Read more

Suzanne Jackson Discusses Her Art on View at Frieze L.A. 2022 –

Suzanne Jackson can trace her artistic practice right back to the earliest parts of her childhood. As a kid, she would write letters and draw pictures to send to her grandparents. Then, in second grade, her teacher placed one of her paintings in the class display case. “She let me come out and watch her … Read more