The Principles of Eternity: Sterling Ruby

Sterling Ruby makes a strong impression. His esthetic is masculine and a little bruised, antisocial and smart, grounded in its materials, and seems completely unpredictable. 

Joseph Nahmad Expands Family Empire Into Contemporary Art

Say hello to 21-year-old Joseph Nahmad, who is spurning his family's Impressionist and modern art business in favor of contemporary art.


Documenta 2012: Bombs Away 

Ruin, trauma and political strife mark the preview to Documenta 13 -- and that's not just the art.


Art Jocks: Fitness Guru to the Art Elite Opens Gallery

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.


Where Are They Now? Deitch Projects Artists a Year Later

Checking in with Deitch's displaced artists a year after the legendary gallery closed its doors.


Exit Art Closes its Doors After 30 Years

The beloved indie-art space says goodbye with a final exhibition, "Every Exit is an Entrance," a retrospective of its own 30-year history.


Bigfoot In Bushwick: What's Next For the Neighborhood's Art Scene

With a scattering of new galleries and next month's arrival of Luhring Augustine, locals debate what's next for the prospering Bushwick art scene.

Berlin Plugged In

Along with precision engineering and techno music, Berlin has also become a home for digital and electronic art.

John Chamberlain, Gerard Malanga, and the Mystery of the Missing "Warhol"

Where is 315 Johns, the putative Andy Warhol portrait of John Chamberlain?