In New York's main art district, it's go big or go home—or to the Lower East Side.
Let’s just say there are significant politics, and complicted logistics, behind scoring a Park Avenue show.
When McQueen committed suicide last February, the Met scrapped plans for the scheduled exhibition and got to work on the upcoming retrospective.
Josh Smith, known for painting his name over and over, obsessively, on abstract canvases, has a well-considered strategy for success.
A little-noticed art-world catfight is going on in the pages of The New York Review of Books.