Category: Art

Hauser & Wirth Matriarch Will Reveal Her Feminist Art Collection

Louise Bourgeois has a special place in Ursula Hauser’s collection, says her daughter Manuela Wirth.

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At Untitled San Francisco, Dealers Chase Tech Money While Collectors Remain Circumspect

Photography is the medium of choice for collectors at the fair’s third annual outing.

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A Controversial Exhibition in Zurich Dedicated to Kanye West Is, Unsurprisingly, Polarizing Opinions

German-Korean photographer He-Ji Shin’s exhibition is a provocation, asking the art world to take a good look at itself.

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Who Shops FOG Design+Art? We Cornered 12 Enthusiastic Visitors (and One Dog) at the Sleek San Francisco Fair

At the preview for FOG Design+Art, we stopped a few collectors and other visitors to gather their thoughts on the West Coast fair.

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MOCA LA Will Close Its Pacific Design Center Location After Nearly 20 Years

The museum’s satellite space in West Hollywood will close for good on February 24.

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Editors’ Picks: 15 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week January 14

It’s the first week of art fairs in the new year, with the Winter Show and the Outsider Art Fair.

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A ‘McJesus’ Sculpture Has Provoked Violent Protests in Israel—and Both the Demonstrators and the Artist Want It Taken Down

The museum is fending off government censorship as well as the artist’s own request to remove the work in solidarity with a pro-Palestinian boycott of Israel.

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A skeleton’s blue teeth represent a ‘bombshell’ discovery for women’s history

It’s not surprising to learn that women who lived during the Middle Ages didn’t always get the credit they deserved, but tangible proof that further erodes our male-centric view of history is always welcome. A