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Andy Warhol’s filmed portraits of celebrities head to Hollywood

Christie’s and the Andy Warhol Museum are staging a pop-up show of the artist’s “Screen Tests” during Frieze Los Angeles

Collectorsinterview

Collector Eugenio López Alonso on his museum’s tenth anniversary and Mexico City’s rising profile in the art world

Visitors to the city during Zona Maco can also take in Museo Jumex’s anniversary group show, curated by New Museum director Lisa Philips

Rio’s pioneering artist-run gallery celebrates an unexpected milestone

A Gentil Carioca’s 20th anniversary affirms it as a rare example of long-term commercial success

Augmented reality project puts monumental public art at New Yorkers’ fingertips

Digital art platform Kinfolk has launched a four-artist exhibition that is available to view at designated sites through their application

Guggenheim Museum laces up for year-long collaboration with Converse

A focal point of the partnership between the museum and sports clothing brand will be support for the Guggenheim’s internship programme

Winner of El Museo del Barrio and Maestro Dobel's inaugural $50,000 art prize revealed

In addition to the significant cash prize, the Cuban performance artist Carlos Martiel will get a show at the Manhattan museum in 2024

Independent 20th Century returns to Lower Manhattan with a broadened look at art history

This year’s iteration at Cipriani South Street focuses on overlooked artists and their archives

Manhattan to the Caribbean: 1-54 New York fair expands with group show in Chelsea

The 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair opens largest ever US edition and adds concurrent exhibition of artists with Caribbean roots

At New York’s Independent fair, opportunities to discover the overlooked and the emerging

The fair’s founder Elizabeth Dee wants to preserve its boutique identity while continuing to fill gaps in recent art history and launching a new print project

Tefaf brings a blend of eras and materials for its eighth New York edition

The Dutch fair’s smaller North American outpost has an eclectic offering emphasising modern and contemporary art as well as antiquities

Whistler’s career-defining portrait of his mother returns to Philadelphia 142 years after its US debut

The painting commonly referred to as “Whistler’s Mother” will be on view in an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art exploring artists’ portrayals of their mothers

Iranian women’s rights movement arrives in Los Angeles

The “Woman, Life, Freedom” project, initiated by Dina Nasser-Khadivi, aims to raise the art world’s awareness of the ongoing fight for greater freedoms in Iran

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New artist book fair adds another dimension to Miami’s art calendar

The inaugural edition of Tropic Bound takes places in the city’s Design District, but its programming extends across town to highlight South Florida’s book-making scene

Exhibitionsinterview

Sculptor Nyugen E. Smith’s new show in Washington, DC turns discarded objects into art

The Caribbean-American artist tell us about his new exhibition and how his work was inspired by makeshift houses in a Ugandan refugee camp

Vivian Caccuri and Miles Greenberg capture vibration and movement in New Museum exhibition

The artists create a layered sensory experience across the show’s four artworks

Trove of archival Warhol documents and catalogue raisonné donated to artist’s foundation

As the art world—and culture in general—delves deeper into Warhol’s life and work, this donation from the Thomas and Doris Ammann Foundation will guide scholars, researchers and fans through the artist’s oeuvre

Mexico City gallery Kurimanzutto expands its New York footprint with Chelsea storefront

What the gallery co-founder Mónica Manzutto calls “a space that lets you wander a little bit” is the gallery’s first major venture in the US since an Upper East Side project space in 2018

The first major ‘pandemic art’ comes to the Whitney Museum

Meriem Bennani and Orian Barki’s eight-part film "2 Lizards" was acquired by the Whitney and the Museum of Modern Art in 2021

Long-awaited Istanbul Modern museum nears completion

Renzo Piano-designed institution may coincide with this year's Istanbul Biennial

Art in a radish field: Mexico's Hacer Noche festival invites engagement in unusual locations

Barcelona-based curator and museum director Elvira Dyangani Ose has organised the second edition of the city-wide show in Oaxaca

Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans shows us ways to look without fear in MoMA survey

The show’s unconventional hang and nonhierarchical approach to photographic print invites us to think about images today

Paula Cooper returned to her roots, Bank Gallery checked into Hotel Chelsea and more celebrations wrapped up Armory Week

The closing nights of the New York art world’s busy back-to-school week took revelers from Lower Manhattan to the outer edge of Queens

Painting for food with Jeppe Hein, toasting Manhattan’s newest galleries and more Armory Week festivities

With the city’s art world roaring back to life for The Armory Show, gallery parties and special programmes filled the days and nights, from a Lorna Simpson talk at Hauser & Wirth to a video art screening at Quad Cinema

Art fairspreview

Independent fair expands to examine overlooked Modern art

The fair, now in its 12th year, is adding a second New York edition aimed at illuminating art historical blind spots

The must-see exhibitions celebrating Brazilian art on the country's bicentennial

Shows on view in museums and galleries across New York, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paris and London, from the Brazilian art biennial at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo to Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca at the New Museum

An overdue ode to the influence of Black cinema opens in Los Angeles

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures exhibition exlores the contributions of celebrated and overlooked minds in Hollywood alongside works by contemporary artists

Booksinterview

Brendan Fernandes on the afterlives of dance performances that breathe new meanings into sculptures

The artist’s new book—the seventh in his career—chronicles his recent dance and sculpture-based projects at the Noguchi Museum, the Graham Foundation and the Whitney

Exhibitionsinterview

Art history as a sitcom: Jayson Musson serves up satire and nostalgia in Philadelphia exhibition

The main film in Musson's Fabric Workshop and Museum exhibition explains art to a cynical puppet, with inspiration from classic PBS children’s programmes and Joseph Beuys

Some of the must-see exhibitions during Upstate Art Weekend in New York

The third annual iteration of the Hudson Valley arts festival features its biggest roster yet, with nearly 150 events and exhibitions

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of David Wojnarowicz’s death

The pioneering American artist left behind a legacy of art as a form of gay rights activism; today, with regressive reproductive laws and the Monkeypox vaccine crisis affecting the queer community, his work proves its timelessness