Bob Dylan fans raise questions about the authenticity of the paintings at the Gagosian show. [NYT]
Sotheby’s readies first evening print sale for October [Art Knowledge News]
Jim Carrey has reportedly reinvented himself as an artist. [Gothamist]
The Pavilion of Art & Design fair, normally in Miami, is headed Read More
Chelsea’s hopping 21st Street was completely shut down between 10th and 11th Avenues earlier today due to a police investigation into a stabbing that occurred at 5 a.m. outside the Juliet Supper Club.The 23-year-old victim in the incident, Christopher Adames, later died of his wounds.
The club shares that block with Gagosian, Paula Cooper and Read More
Damien Hirst accused of preventing Phillips sale of his work. [The Telegraph]
Menil Collection will return two 700-year-old frescoes to Cyprus. [WSJ]
Sotheby’s head William Ruprecht sells 8,000 shares of stock. [Art Market Monitor]
Giant head removed, Madison Square Park receives new sculptures. [DNAInfo]
The Met has Read More
The National Arts Club sent out a press release today that sought to counter victorious statement made by former president Aldon James, and the document really reveals how contentious things have become in this case. Read More
New details on the American Folk Art Museum’s salvation: the Met will display 15 works from the collection. [Press Release]
Whitney plans Warhol retrospective, Neue plans Lauder retrospective. [Inside Art]
The American Folk Art Museum will stay at its new home near Lincoln Center, The New York Times reports, after much-needed financial infusions from its trustees and the Ford Foundation.
The museum recently became the focus of public drama surprising for an organization with such a provincial Read More