Did Ryan McGinley rip off fellow photographer Janine Gordon, as she claimed in a lawsuit filed last month? Maybe, a judge said yesterday, but that’s a question best left to the art critics.
Banksy fans are up in arms about a new Southampton exhibition that includes two works that were literally cut out of the cinder block and stone walls of Palestine.
Street Art fans have denounced the Southampton exhibition of unauthenticated Banksy works excavated from Palestine.
Reduced ambition -- and budgets -- mark Prospect.2, the long-awaited second New Orleans biennial.
Art-market analysts have been aflutter since news hit that two Chinese artists, Zhang Daqian and Qi Bashi, took over the top auction-earner spots last year -- beating out Picasso and Warhol. But is corruption behind the results?
With a 40-year career retrospective opening at the Museum of Modern Art, the chameleon photographer is still looking to the future.
Lawyers for Pierre Lagrange, buyer of a $17 mil possibly fake Jackson Pollock from Knoedler & Co., have turned their attention to gallery owner Michael Hammer.
Peter Hionas is capitalizing on his reputation as perhaps the only personal trainer catering to the art world by opening up a gallery -- connected to his Tribeca gym, of course.
Peter Brant's newest star transforms the rustic Greenwich, Conn., museum into a bizarre cosmos of the beautiful and the grotesque.
The beloved indie-art space says goodbye with a final exhibition, "Every Exit is an Entrance," a retrospective of its own 30-year history.
Dakis Joannou invites Doug Aitken, Chloë Sevigny and 300 other guests to his annual art-world extravaganza on Hydra Island.
America's obsession with the police procedural appears to have hit the art world. The International Center of Photography has just opened the largest of four new exhibitions on Depression-era crime photographer Weegee.
Along with precision engineering and techno music, Berlin has also become a home for digital and electronic art.