Category: Art

A world of art on display at Tokyo International Art Fair

This year’s edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair will feature paintings, sculpture, photographic illustrations, jewelry and a “sumo-size” book, with the...

The art and craft of American pottery

n the last three decades of the 19th century, the field of American ceramics blossomed. From small potteries, which had previously created utilitarian wares unable to...

This who’s who of the Victorian elite is a genuine market rarity

William Powell Frith (1819–1909) was a master at playing to the gallery – and also painting it. His Private View at the Royal Academy, 1881 (1881–83) is the last...

Art Markets

Enlivened by ever-higher record prices attained at auction and in private sales, interest in art markets has dramatically increased during recent decades. Since...

Two venues of Andy Warhol, and young painter Theodora Allen’s ancient symbolism

In the art world, there’s only one Andy. From the first moments of the Whitney Museum’s major survey Andy Warhol: from A to B and Back Again (until 31 March),...

Fraccionar, an idiosyncratic show in Mexico City, makes a match with the sublime Casa Luis Barragán

Is Mexico City the next Miami? Is Art Basel Miami Beach over? Will Frieze Los Angeles burn Zona Maco? Fair questions, literally, for a restless art world always eager...

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