The passage of time feels stubbornly real. This ‘invention’ defines our being like no other, associated as it is with our concepts of memory, history, cause and effect. No surprise then that it’s inspired some truly great art
Phillips’s 20th-century & contemporary art auction, 2017. Courtesy of Phillips. Auctions prophesize the rise of art stars and identify trends in the contemporary scene through financial returns. While many spectators cast their attention toward biennials as harbingers of what is to come in the art world, auctions reflect these changes more quickly and concretely than
Susan Coyne made her way through the fair, hobnobbing with visitors, to offer us an illustrator’s sense of what the show looks like. The post We Sent an Illustrator to Frieze New York to Capture All the Action—See Images Here appeared first on Artnet News.
Keep an eye out for these hidden gems at the fair. The post 5 Under-the-Radar Works to Seek Out at Frieze New York, From an Edward Said-Themed Dance to an Artist’s Poignant Memorial appeared first on Artnet News.
More than forty years ago, Cindy Sherman debuted “Cindy Sherman,” the polymorphous persona that, since then, has been the artist’s primary subject: a reflection not only of herself, but also of mass