An appeals court ruled that Andy Warhol violated a photographer’s copyright by appropriating her image for a silk-screen he did in 1984. Our critic disagrees.
By Blake Gopnik
In 1964, he began following the artist around New York and chronicling his exploits. His photographs finally saw the light of day four decades later.
By Alex Vadukul
The Swiss watchmaker Rolex has reimagined one of its signature styles with colorful dials encircled by diamonds.
By Lindsay Talbot
The Baltimore Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum both planned on selling works last Wednesday at auction, but Baltimore paused the sale after much criticism.
By Hilarie M. Sheets
As museum staffs demand social justice in the office, an institution sells off prime works to answer the call. Is this the right way to do it?
Pace, Acquavella and Sotheby’s are opening seasonal spaces in Palm Beach.
By Sophie Haigney
Now it seems self-evident that pictures can represent who you “really” are. That conviction began with Albrecht Dürer, five centuries ago.
By Jason Farago
How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to and watch as well as view in person (museums are reopening!).
On the verge of his first major exhibition, Akeem Smith shares a new artwork.
By Akeem Smith
The art historian John Richardson collected art by his pals Pablo Picasso, Lucian Freud and Andy Warhol. The works will be sold in New York and London in the fall.
By James Barron