'Manhattan favourite 303 gallery stays relevant by staying small'
A new show by Esteban Jefferson affirms that the Chelsea gallery takes a reassuringly traditional approach to bringing on new talent
Photofairs New York will be 'cutting edge' new director Helen Toomer says
Newly appointed head of fair shares her plans ahead of inaugural edition in 2023
Planning an art pilgrimage in 2023? The best cities to visit for groundbreaking exhibitions this year
Remembering Peter Schjeldahl: indispensable critic, poet, and lyrical observer of the embodied experience of art
His direct and personal style made him a well-respected chronicler of the US art scene for over 50 years
Parthenon Marbles: is a breakthrough in sight?
The Big Review: Edward Hopper’s New York ★★★★☆
A vivid portrait of the American artist’s fruitful relationship with the city he called home for nearly six decades
Undervalued photographers get exposure at Art Basel in Miami Beach
Fair will exhibit works by Jimmy DeSana and Barbara Ess, largely forgotten artists who were contemporaries of Robert Mapplethorpe
Is Qatar's Fifa World Cup a lesson in artwashing?
Out of control: artist puts on 27 hazmat suits for Times Square performance protesting China's Covid restrictions
Collector and museum founder Ronald Lauder spent $11m boosting Republican gubernatorial candidate in New York
Lauder is one of several major collectors who have used their wealth to support right-wing candidates this midterm election cycle
Blurred lines: Louise Lawler captures Jasper Johns's Three Flags in New York
Hit painter Issy Wood drops pop music career after remix
The fast-rising artist, who recently released a solo album, is focused on her paintings, including a new exhibition in New York
Van Dyck or copies? The curious case of the socialite, the scholar and the Old Masters
Could a rare Edward Steichen photograph break the auction record for the medium?
One of the highlights of Christie’s upcoming sale of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s collection, Steichen’s 1904 image is a symbol of photography’s transition into the world of fine art
A glorious show of Tudor royal splendour to open at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art
Masterpieces amassed in Renaissance England are brought together in an exhibition freed from expectations to tell a “hallowed national narrative”
Out of the frying pan and into the future: new Alison Saar limited edition work hints at both the domestic and the celestial
A new work by the artist will be on offer for the first time at Socrates Sculpture Park’s annual benefit, with proceeds going to the park.
Zoe Leonard and Cathy Wilkes are breaths of fresh air for New York's fall art season
What recession? Foreign galleries splurge on Manhattan outposts
Galleries headquartered abroad are inaugurating New York spaces even while taking part in fairs across the city and around the globe
New York's Spring Break Art Show returns with a bevy of bawdy and bodily projects
The 11th edition of the curator-led fair returns to Armory Week and the former Ralph Lauren offices on Madison Avenue with around 110 exhibitors working under the Burroughsian title "Naked Lunch"
Microsoft mogul Paul Allen’s art collection heads to Christie’s and could be first to hit $1bn
The auction in November includes prized works from Paul Cezanne and Jasper Johns
Manhattan private school to unveil James Turrell work
An ambitious campus redevelopment includes one of the artist’s Skyspace installations
After a lacklustre four years, MoMA PS1 in New York gets its groove back with trio of eye-opening shows
Some of the must-see exhibitions during Upstate Art Weekend in New York
Chelsea Calling: this summer’s group shows remind the reign of gallery district
Blue chip galleries in New York’s original art district have put on their best shows with ambitious checklists and pairings
Star-studded MoMA gala—attended by Martin Scorsese, George Lucas and Wolfgang Tillmans—becomes unlikely space for institutional critique
Francis Bacon: why Tate returned a 1,000-piece archive
Peter Max saga continues, as his daughter struggles to gain guardianship of the dementia-stricken Pop artist
The artist has been the subject of legal complaints for years regarding both his business and personal care
New podcast reveals lives of queer 19th-century women through letters of photographer Alice Austen
"My Dear Alice" explores, through hundreds of letters written to the unheralded artist, the romantic correspondences of Victorian-era women
Why the sudden deregulation of New York's auction houses could lead to a more transparent art market—and a more opaque one too
With old codes now dispensed of, my hope is to lobby for new oversights that could enforce stricter and clearer rules