The spare elegance of the realist Fairfield Porter (1907-1975) never gets old. A monograph on the artist and his work, recently published by Rizzoli, provides an intense exploration of the intriguing and complex life of this important painter. The book, written by Karen Wilkins and John Wilmerding includes an evocative […]
World’s Largest William Blake Gallery to Open in San Francisco William Blake. Blake’s Illustrations of Dante. Plate 1: “The Circle of the Lustful: Paolo and Francesca” US: 1954 Large folio, fine, clear uniform impression on hand-made paper with no watermark, inscribed in pencil by Lessing Rosenwald Opening […]
David Mitchell will hand over the 2016 manuscript for Future Library on Saturday, May 28. His contribution to the project will be celebrated in a special two-part event: a public walk through the Future Library forest in Oslo and an in-conversation with the artist Katie Paterson held in the Deichmanske […]
Grounds For Sculpture (GFS) is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by internationally renowned Israeli-born sculptor, Boaz Vaadia. The exhibition, entitled Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture, will be on view to the public May 1, 2016, and spans 45 years of this prolific artist’s career. A special preview reception for GFS […]
Landmark Catalogue Presents a Retrospective Study of Frank Stella “Get ready to be dazzled by Stellaworld.” – Phyllis Tuchman, ArtNews “[A]n art exhibition between covers” – Blake Gopnik, New York Times Frank Stella: A Retrospective Michael Auping With essays by Jordan Kantor and Adam D. Weinberg, and an interview with […]
Hilton Als, author and critic, will be featured as this year’s Visionary speaker at the New Museum. The Visionaries Series at the New Museum honors forward-thinking leaders in the fields of art, architecture, design, film, and related disciplines of contemporary culture. Now in its seventh season, the annual series spotlights […]
Triple Canopy is pleased to announce the acquisition of its archive by New York University’s Fales Library & Special Collections. This novel initiative will guide the renowned library’s future efforts to archive the work of artists, writers, and organizations whose work exists primarily in—but cannot be reduced to—digital formats. A […]
Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture 1971 – 2012 The first major publication of Israeli-born sculptor Boaz Vaadia takes the reader on a journey from his early days growing up on a small farm in Israel to his copious stone sculptures seen around the world.