New York

Officials in New York return antiquities worth $14m to Pakistan

Some of the 133 objects being repatriated are associated with the antiquities smugglers Subhash Kapoor and Richard Beale

Collector Ron Perelman sold $963m worth of art to pay off debt

Recently unsealed court filings show 71 works by artists like Basquiat, Twombly and Giacometti were unloaded over a two-year period

Art world power players reportedly encouraged New York mayor to send police to pro-Palestine student protests

Chat logs from a private WhatsApp group created by billionaire Barry Sternlicht were leaked to the Washington Post last week

America as you've never seen it before: the Dutch settlement of New York from the Native American perspective

An exhibition at the Amsterdam Museum in the Netherlands marks 400 years since the colonisation of the city at the mouth of the Hudson River

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Margaret Lowengrund: a woman who left her mark

Manhattan print studio The Contemporaries and its founder helped to establish a mid-century market

One of the biggest social media jobs in the art world is now up for grabs

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is on the hunt for a new social media manager

‘There were lots of parties here’: exhibition of Rauschenberg’s photographs opens at his former New York residence

The show in this deeply personal setting offers an insight into the artist‘s relationship to the medium that interested him above all others

‘It has all the capacity to move somebody’: fibre art celebrated in pop-up New York show

The exhibition, staged in the historic South Street Seaport district, brings textile works to an 18th-century warehouse

The New Art Dealers Alliance fair returns to New York’s Chelsea with off-the-wall works

The fair’s tenth edition features a critical mass of unusually arranged sculptures.

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Ghosts of America’s ‘Street of Dreams’: a comprehensive book brings the history of New York’s Fifth Avenue to life

Established in the early 1800s, the street was once home to the city’s grandest houses, but many were soon replaced by towering apartment buildings, shops and hotels. A comprehensive book brings this history to life

The female form takes many shapes at Future Fair

The Frieze New York satellite fair features an array of largely light-hearted works displaying melted, jumbled and disembodied limbs

New Tribeca gallery Ensemble seeks alternative representation format

The gallery intends to test out a collaborative sustainability model.

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair marks a decade in New York

This year’s showcase for contemporary African art is bigger than ever

Meat me in Times Square: artists create giant 65ft-long hot dog sculpture for the New York plaza

Project by Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw is a “tongue-in-cheek tribute to and critique of all that the hot dog has come to symbolise”

How a gallery scene is quietly blossoming in New York’s Flower District

Galleries and non-profits are finding meaningful connections with collectors and artists off Manhattan’s beaten path

Frieze New York doubles down on local galleries and artists for latest edition

The fair’s organisers have partnered with organisations across the city while New York dealers have a major presence

In New York, Arthur Jafa sets record straight on Scorsese's Taxi Driver

In two shows in New York, at 52 Walker and Gladstone, Jafa gets to the dark side of Black life

New York’s Meredith Rosen makes waves across the Atlantic

The dealer’s discovery-driven programme, which embraces both contemporary and unsung 20th-century artists, is finding outsize success in Europe

A glimpse into New York City's Dutch heritage 400 years later

The few remaining houses that recall New Amsterdam are also reminding visitors of the overlooked histories of local Indigenous and Black communities

Asia Week New York brings in more than $100m in sales, a 24% drop from 2023

The 15th edition of the event, which spans auction sales and gallery exhibitions, was impacted by slowdown in China’s economy

Carlie Porterfield. With additional reporting by Kabir Jhala

'See Stop Run': Christopher Wool's flashback to DIY, gritty 1970s New York

The American artist has staged an independent exhibition in an unoccupied space in the heart of Manhattan's financial district

Historic New York ceramic studio fires up second location

With its Jones Street home operating at full capacity, Greenwich House Pottery is opening a new outpost in Chelsea

‘Utterly of the moment’: unseen works by innovator Sonia Delaunay to go on show in New York

Paintings, fashion and furniture among the range of pieces in an exhibition dedicated to the Odesa-born artist and designer

Crisis vs utopia: New York shows of Richard Mosse and James Welling take photography to its limits

Exhibitions at Jack Shainman and David Zwirner present very different ways of taking the medium beyond the visible world

Jack Shainman goes big to start next chapter

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

Diamond Stingily thinks outside the sandbox at Greene Naftali in New York

The artist conceived of the funereal show during a year in which both her mother and grandmother died