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Works by women will set the pace in Sotheby’s ultra-contemporary New York evening sale

Nearly 60% of the works in the auction house’s ‘The Now’ sale are by women artists, though they are still in the minority by value

Disgraced dealer Douglas Chrismas ordered to repay $14.2m in profits from art sales

Chrismas, who was arrested by the FBI in 2021, is also facing up to 15 years in prison if convicted in a separate criminal case

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Doug Aitken’s new 360-degree video looks to the horizon, with a chorus of AI voices

'Wilderness' breaks conceptual boundaries by leading its viewer into a multi-layered allegory, questioning what it means to exist on this planet as we are enveloped by the digital realm

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As his gallery marks a decade in business, New York dealer Hong Gyu Shin puts his personal collection on view

The Lower East Side's Shin Gallery marks its tenth anniversary with a show mixing works by artists from its roster with blue-chip and historical gems from its founder's personal holdings

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From the New Museum Triennial to 52 Walker, David Zwirner’s new outpost

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Cannupa Hanska Luger’s Indigenous sci-fi at Garth Greenan to an undersung Italian painter at Shin Gallery

Back to the beginning: author and art critic Frederic Tuten will have his first solo show in the Hamptons

Tuten was close friends with Roy Lichtenstein, who twenty years ago saw promise in the writer’s sketchbook.