Amy Gold, a senior director at Upper East Side gallery L & M Arts, has left the gallery.
Contacted by phone, Ms. Gold characterized her departure from the gallery, which is run by Dominique Levy and Robert Mnuchin, as “amicable.” She said she has not yet settled on her next move, and will be taking Read More
Earlier this month, the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton raised $675,000 at its glitzy annual fund-raising gala—the last to take place in its present building. Meanwhile, a few miles away, in Water Mill, the skeleton of the Parrish’s new home, an elegant, barnlike building designed by Swiss starchitects Herzog & de Meuron that’s as long Read More
A giant squid lies on the polished hardwood floor of Hauser & Wirth gallery’s Upper East Side townhouse. How did it get there?
That is a long story. But first: it is not a squid. “This is not an illustration,” said artist David Zink Yi. “When you look at it, I want you to see Read More
The artists whose day job is guarding the Metropolitan Museum of Art have started a magazine to showcase their own work. It’s called Sw!pe, costs $20, and contains the work of 35 guards. NPR recounts the magazine’s genesis:
Jason Eskenazi was a guard at the Met until last November. He says that Read More