A 2017 lawsuit by photographer Lynn Goldsmith against the Andy Warhol Foundation has come to a close, as a federal judge in New York ruled
Less than a month into its run, a Pablo Picasso exhibition in China is already drawing massive crowds.
Next month, Sotheby’s will sell video recordings of the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969. In a release, Sotheby’s said that the two-and-a-half hours worth
In yet another sign that calls for labor organizing and greater workplace transparency in the art world are bearing fruit, workers at the Guggenheim Museum
The June evening sales in London concluded tonight, with Phillips hosting a 20th-century and contemporary auction whose 36 lots included pieces from the collection of
The Photography Show, an art fair that has been presented annually by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) since 1979, is being replaced
After 15 years at its prior location in London, Timothy Taylor gallery will move to a new and expanded headquarters in the city’s Mayfair district.
U.S. Presidents and art history have a strange relationship. One example: When he was President, George H. W. Bush famously denounced a Dread Scott artwork involving an
“I was feeling split, schizophrenic,” Philip Guston once famously said, describing his psyche in the 1960s. “The war, what was happening in America, the brutality