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No longer does museum validation or scholarly attention determine a painting’s value. Now, the collectors’ hunger comes first, and institutions must follow.

5/23/2022 3:21:36 PM

When “Woman-Ochre” goes on view at the Getty Museum after its conservation, the painting will have a new mystique. But competing interpretations remain.

5/25/2022 10:00:04 AM

Eleven auction records for artists — six by women — were smashed on Thursday night in two sales at Sotheby’s.

5/19/2022 9:00:59 PM

The world’s largest, most luxurious and hard-to-get-to art fair embraces its new manageable size and accessible location. Thank the art fair gods.

5/19/2022 6:15:09 PM

Inigo Philbrick pleaded guilty to fraud in deals involving works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Christopher Wool and others. Prosecutors said he took advantage of the art market’s opacity.

5/23/2022 8:48:19 PM

At 65, the British artist based in New York is in the Whitney Biennial and on the Turner Prize shortlist. Her sculptures blend strange and common items to make sense of the world.

5/19/2022 11:31:02 AM

Amid the noise and teem of the Times Square station, the artist’s mosaic Soundsuits feel more alive than they often do in the silence of museums.

5/17/2022 11:47:57 AM

Al-An deSouza’s digital paintings at Talwar; Robyn O’Neil’s graphite drawings at Susan Inglett; Terry Adkins at Paula Cooper; Tyree Guyton’s ‘Heidelberg Project’ comes to New York.

5/25/2022 3:01:39 PM

Jean-Luc Martinez, who led the museum from 2013 to 2021, was charged with complicity in fraud and money laundering in an investigation into the trafficking of Egyptian antiquities.

5/26/2022 3:11:01 PM

He was best known as the brain behind Pentagram, the influential partnership that has been a force in the design world for half a century.

5/26/2022 10:58:52 AM