New York

New York’s Malin Gallery to close after eight years in Chelsea

The contemporary art gallery will shutter amid allegations of overdue payments to artists and vendors

Breuer building's miniature sculpture to stay put after takeover

Sotheby's, which is the new owner of the Madison Avenue building, “will proudly act as stewards” of Charles Simonds’s tiny installation

Chelsea gallery Hollis Taggart expanding again despite fears of a slowing market

The gallery’s space will grow by nearly 700 sq. ft thanks to an expansion into the space next door

Art Market Hamptons fair postponed until 2024

The Hamptons’ longest-running art fair has been called off this year due to “unforeseen logistical issues”

Dorothy Liebes survey weaves the story of her little-known but colourful career

Cooper Hewitt in New York celebrates the creator of vibrant mid-century Modern textiles

Major Robert Colescott painting coming to auction during Armory Week in New York

"1919" is among Colescott’s most important works, according to Bonhams, and figured prominently in a recent touring retrospective

Wool you look at that: rare set of François-Xavier Lalanne sheep net $1.3m at Bonhams New York

Buyers flocked to Lalanne’s famous sheep and helped ramp prices up past the auction house's estimates

New York fair Portal will not return to Governors Island after clash with trust over event space

Representatives for The Trust for Governors Island said they could not accommodate the fair’s requests amid surging demand for exhibition space on the island.

Wildfire smoke in New York shuts down art world events

Hazardous air blowing smoke into the city from fires in Canada pressed cultural institutions and art spaces to close or postpone events

Art advisor Lisa Schiff is cooperating with authorities investigating her business, her lawyer says

The high-profile art advisor is liquidating her firm and can no longer afford the “lavish lifestyle” she was accused of in two lawsuits filed against her by a former client

Modern artinterview

Interview magazine editor and Warhol confidant Bob Colacello opens new show on Pop art heyday

The photographer speaks with us about his intimate images of the famed artist, how he got the coveted New York media job and his "diehard" Republicanism

Dealer Robert Mnuchin and his daughter opened a restaurant on New York's Shelter Island

The blue-chip art dealer and his daughter Valerie Mnuchin have opened Léon 1909, serving French and Italian dishes

Booksreview

Mina Loy, the mysterious figure who depicted wartime New York’s underbelly

A new publication tells the story of the London-born poet and artist, many of whose works are lost

Phyllida Barlow's final, irreverent public art project takes form in New York

At the time of her death in March, the British sculptor had been working on a major Public Art Fund exhibition

Sotheby’s will pay $100m for the Whitney Museum’s Marcel Breuer building

The auction house expects to move into the Madison Avenue building in 2025, vacating its current York Avenue headquarters

Carlie Porterfield. , with additional reporting by Scott Reyburn

'New York is so influential in our industry': the Gallery Climate Coalition sees its newest chapter as essential

The international sustainability group now has six branches working toward a greener art industry

Propelled by Marie Antoinette's poodle, mid-season Old Masters auctions in New York fetch nearly $13m

Specialists at Christie’s and Sotheby’s dismissed concerns about a decline in the Old Masters market

New York art world gathers in Matthew Barney's studio for premiere of his new video installation

Secondary picks apart the spectacle of violence now overtaking America as it plays out in professional football

Two important collections of Chinese art coming to Christie's New York during next Asia Week sales

Sales of the ancient Chinese sculptures and jade carvings are expected to collectively fetch nearly $10m in September

Endless appetite: Hauser & Wirth founders to open first New York restaurant alongside third gallery in the city

Launching next year, the Soho eatery is the latest venture from the hospitality company Artfarm

Ortuzar Projects will triple its gallery space in Tribeca

The new 10,000 sq. ft space is next-door to the gallery’s original location in New York's fastest-growing neighbourhood for art

Art fairsanalysis

When 1970s art feels current: new pop-up fair 'disrupts the usual fair week' in New York

That 70s Show includes only artists who were active during the titular decade

Has New York’s hot art market finally cooled?

Dealers at Frieze remain optimistic while noting a shift in collector behaviour

‘Like a striptease’: Gypsy Rose Lee’s legacy lives on as her works remain elusive

New York theatre producer attempts to collect works by women of a landmark 1943 exhibition

New York's Spring art bonanza: the shows, the sales, the fairs

Plus, the Richard Prince copyright case and Sarah Sze in London

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A cardboard Manhattan and a cosy log cabin: artists stand tall at Nada New York fair

Artists including Kambel Smith and Anya Paintsil were on hand to talk to visitors on the VIP day

'Sometimes even the vultures have nothing to feed on': Kenyan artists bring an ecological warning to Manhattan

New York exhibition Kenyan Collectives at Affirmation Arts focuses on existential threats to Kenya’s wildlife and water supply

Phillips scores $69.5m in New York evening sale, led by Banksy’s take on Basquiat

A painting by Noah Davis reached more than nine times its low estimate after a 12-minute bidding war