Because of strong demand, young artists’ typically long journey to the world stages has been accelerated.
Unlike the Christie’s retread, the Pop master’s 1962 “Green Marilyn” was crudely silk-screened, with blotches that convey the decay of a fallen star. It was a pathbreaking original.
At Christie’s sale for charity, the glamorous silk-screen beat out Basquiat’s skull painting that had set a record in 2017.
Nine film directors, from Scorsese to Regina King to Chloé Zhao, team up with curators at the Met to reframe our country’s history of design.
The artist’s solo show, which opened Friday at David Kordansky’s new Chelsea gallery, honors and documents her neighborhood.
The pop singer spent the last year working with the digital artist on a video series about motherhood. Proceeds will benefit three nonprofits.
Its oldest gallery, Northwest Coast Hall, reopens May 13 with rare cultural objects and a fresh emphasis on the lives of Indigenous people who made them.
The fair, one of several opening in New York this week, offers blue-chip painting, sculpture and design for buyers and browsers.
The museum and the family have agreed to rename an educational center. The National Gallery in London is also removing the Sackler name from its walls.
The painting is poised to wrest the auction high for an American artwork from Jean-Michel Basquiat.