This morning Banksy posted video of an anthill, saying on that it's in Staten Island, checking off the last borough. The hunt has been on for the piece since this morning. You're not crazy, it looks like a vagina, and it's not the first time Banksy has mimicked, ahem, anatomy with his work. See th ... More >>
One wealthy man has decided to capitalize on Banksy's exposure to bring attention to the coming anniversary of Sandy. Hedge fund manager Nelson Saiers has offered to donate $100,000 a charity support recovery efforts if Banksy uses part of his New York residency to create hurricane-related pieces. I ... More >>
Believe it: Less than 24 hours since Banksy's first project in New York since 2010 appeared, and someone's gone and defaced it. Runnin' Scared received a tip late last night that someone had pilfered the "Graffiti is a Crime" sign off of Banksy's "The street is in play," the first stencil of his c ... More >>
Mark Lugo, the Hoboken wine steward accused of a number of art thefts including that of a $275,000 Picasso sketch in San Francisco, is due to be arraigned in New York today. Lugo just finished a 138-day sentence in California for the Picasso; the arraignment in New York is related to two art heists ... More >>
At Marian Goodman Gallery, the Dutch artist aims her lens on the faces and ways of youth
At "Home Delivery," you can flirt with the idea of suburbia without ever straying from midtown.
A life in artthe Voice chats with Peter Schjeldahl, art critic and pleasure addict
Imp of the art-historical perverse
Moving beyond its current Picasso exhibit, a new vision for the Whitney
A hero of do-it-yourself aesthetic rabble-rousing
One of the greatest acts of aesthetic desperation in all of art
A line drawn in the psychic sands of American sexual and cultural values
Is the Museum of Modern Art becoming a madman who thinks it is king?
Contradictory, hallucinogenic spaces that erupt, recede, then disintegrate into vague voids
Disgusting? Depressing? Or are art fairs the triumph of the corporate avant-garde?
The most stylish magazine photography of 2004
Alfred Leslie has not left the building
Crackerjack craftsmanship aside, does Currin's Whitney show live up to the critical hype?
Just back from London, our critic has an optimistic reassessment of the British art scene
Appreciating William Wegman, the Painter
An Extreme Painter Lays It Out
Friendship + Rivalry = Great Radical Art
Holiday Photo Books, Both Extravagant and Accessible
Photography's Two Different Worlds
Denied Funds by the NEA, a Black Artist Crawls On
Bucking the System in Bizarro World
An Interview with the Studio Museums Thelma Golden
From YBA to ATM, a New London Art Scene
Art Emerges From the Digital Ether
Jockeying for Position in the Culture Wars
Creating a Space for Net Art
Turning glacial galleries into comfort zones
Photographs By Robin Holland
Trying to teach art students the secret of success
Charlie Finch and his journal, Coagula, promise 'thumbtacks for the art world's pretty little ass.' his peers are feeling the sting.