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New non-profit initiative will chronicle the legacies of influential New York galleries

The Independent art fair has partnered with Los Angeles’s Contemporary Art Library to launch the New York Gallery History Project

Art history and pop culture collide at Tefaf New York

Antiquities and Modern art co-exist with Kate Moss trapped in fibreglass, Virgil Abloh’s packaging throne and a reality TV alumnus

Arts industries contributed a record $1.1 trillion to the US economy in 2022

New US government data report shows cultural industries accounted for 4.3% of national economic activity in 2022, though some sectors struggled to surpass pre-pandemic figures

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James Fuentes staying true to downtown roots at new Tribeca headquarters

After 17 years on the Lower East Side, the New York gallerist holds forth on his move to “the middle of the conversation”

Jack Shainman goes big to start next chapter

Major expansion in historic Tribeca building inaugurates 40th year of gallerist’s career

New National Museum of… (fill in the blank) invites contemplation on the role and pervasiveness of US museums

The public art project in Pittsburgh is preparing to launch its second phase, titled the “National Museum of Broken Treaties”

Against the odds, mid-sized galleries expand into New York

Dealers Anat Ebgi and Candice Madey are growing even when many observers expect galleries in their tiers to stay cautious

The transformed Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts reopens in Little Rock

Studio Gang’s ambitious renovation revitalises a historic cultural institution

The 58th Carnegie International explodes and expands the global contemporary art exhibition format

The latest edition of the longest running biennial-style exhibition in the Americas overwhelms its curatorial framework, forming a resonant, poetic meditation on the interplay of life and art

How The Armory Show became a curatorial destination

The fifth edition of the fair’s curatorial summit is expected to draw more than 70 leaders in the field

Charles Gaines unearths America’s deep colonial roots in an expansive serial public art project

The conceptual artist’s first public project will unfold across three locations over the next two years—beginning in Times Square in New York

Starbucks workers rally outside Museum of Modern Art gala amid nationwide union negotiations

Demonstrators gathered outside the museum's annual Party in the Garden gala to confront honouree Mellody Hobson, chair of the Starbucks board, who they claim is complicit in the company's union-busting efforts

Proposed museum expansion spells trouble in Manhattan’s Chinatown

A $118m project to expand the Museum of Chinese in America in New York kicks off amid protests centring on plans for a massive new “skyscraper” jail