Bonhams. Bold and Modern

Thomas Sully (1783-1872) Sarah Coxe, 1813 oil on canvas 36 x 29in (91.4 x 73.7cm) Estimate: $7,000 - 10,000 (£5,000 - 8,0

New York – Bonhams American Art sale on July 29 will feature an exciting selection of fresh to the market works spanning the 19th and 20th Century genres of the category, including Modern works by Walt Kuhn, Milton Avery, and an exceedingly rare and impressive bronze by Bessie Potter Vonnoh. The sale is led by a grand portrait by John Singer … Read more

Talley Dunn Gallery. Daydreaming: Online Exhibition Extended

Sharon Core USA Flag Fragment, 2019 Archival pigment print 40h x 50 7/8w in

Featuring photographs by Sharon Core, Ted Kincaid, and Rachel Perry, Daydreaming is an online exhibition of contemporary photography that explores themes of artifice and materialism through imagery that is at once fantastically ethereal and distinctly mundane. View the Exhibition Sharon Core (b. 1965, New Orleans, LA) astutely interrogates authenticity, authorship, and photographic truth in her works that recreate … Read more

Jack Shainman Gellery. In conversation: Diedrick Brackens & Danez Smith

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We are excited to share that on Thursday, July 16th, at 6pm EST, Diedrick Brackens will be in conversation with poet and writer, Danez Smith. In Diedrick’s most recent body of work blessed are the mosquitoes, he turned his focus to the disproportionate rate of HIV infection in Black and Latino men, while probing possibilities of … Read more

Merrill Wagner Joins Pace Gallery

Merrill Wagner, Blue, Summer Studio, 1985 - 2003 © Merrill Wagner, courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery

July 14, 2020, New York, NY – Pace is honored to announce that New York-based artist Merrill Wagner has joined the gallery’s international roster of leading artists. Pace has a long history of championing figures, such as Agnes Martin, Sol Lewitt, and Robert Mangold, among others, who have dared to expand the possibilities of abstract … Read more

Watch: Samuel Levi Jones’s latest art installation at Edison School for the Arts, Indianapolis

Jones interacts with the school's students during the Open House event, including Xavier (on the right), an 8th Grader who was inspired to learn more about the significant contributions of the African-Americans featured in the work.

Galerie Lelong & Co. SAMUEL LEVI JONES. 48 Portraits (Underexposed). Installed at Edison School for the Arts, IPS 47, Indianopolis. Organized by Arts for Learning, Indiana Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to share a short documentary on Samuel Levi Jones’s recent installation of 48 Portraits (Underexposed) at Edison School for the Arts, IPS 47, … Read more

Metro Pictures. A Closer Look – Jim Shaw: Dad’s Drawings

Jim Shaw: Dad's Drawings

After Jim Shaw’s parents passed away several years ago, the artist discovered something about his father he had never known––he had taken correspondence art classes and had an entire trove of work, along with instructor critiques and overlays, that Jim had never seen. Visit our latest online viewing room to see a selection of these … Read more

Exhibition. Paul Schimmel and Allan Schwartzman. Kazuo Shiraga’s Tales of the Water Margin

Installation view of Kazuo Shiraga: Tales of the Water Margin at FM Virtual © Estate of Kazuo Shiraga; 2. Gutai: Kazuo Shiraga video still (2018), produced by Fergus McCaffrey and Documentary Japan 3. Shiraga Kazuo: The Water Margin Hero Series, Amagasaki Cultural Center cover (2018)

Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 12pm (ET) To celebrate the opening of Kazuo Shiraga: Tales of the Water Margin on FM Virtual, on-view July 15th through September 30th, we are pleased to invite you to a walk-through of the groundbreaking exhibition with Paul Schimmel and Allan Schwartzman on Wednesday, July 15th at 12pm (ET). Featuring twenty-seven large-scale masterworks on loan … Read more

Bas Jan Ader | Metro Pictures Online Film Festival

Studies for Broken Fall (Geometric), 1971. Set of two color vintage prints, Each 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches (8.9 x 8.9 cm). Copyright The Estate of Bas Jan Ader / Mary Sue Ader Andersen, 2016 / The Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy of Meliksetian | Briggs, Los Angeles.

Bas Jan Ader Fall 1, Los Angeles (1970) Fall 2, Amsterdam (1970) Broken fall (organic), Amsterdamse Bos, Holland (1971) Broken fall (geometric), Westkapelle, Holland (1971) Nightfall (1971) Watch Online now through Sunday, July 12, at Midnight Eastern Time Metro Pictures is presenting a different artist’s film or series of shorts each weekend to stream online … Read more

The Metropolitan Museum of Art to Host First Virtual Teens Take The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art to Host First Virtual Teens Take The Met

Highlights include activities inspired by experiences within today’s COVID-19 health crisis that encourage creativity and mental health awareness; as well as art-making, writing and poetry prompts; and dance and movement workshops (New York, May 22, 2020)—The Metropolitan Museum of Art will host the first Virtual Teens Take The Met!, which will be held online on Friday, … Read more