There’s something interesting— and familiar—about Diana Widmaier Picasso’s face.
RoseLee Goldberg is ready for the performance of her life.
Examining the perfect partnership between Emilia and Ilya Kabakov.
Alfonso Miranda is in charge of a $700 million art collection and possibly the most important building in the history of Mexico. So why isn’t he worried?
Is it nostalgia, compulsion, or a little bit of laziness that has allowed Andrew Novick`s collection of odds (that never end) to take over his life?
Iowa may be a million miles from the center of the art world, but for John Pappajohn, it feels like home.
He discovered Hirst and found Murakami. The life and times of Emmanuel Perrotin.
From Liz Taylor’s Haute Couture collection, to the Annenberg Diamond, Christie’s boss, Marc Porter, is banging the gavel at some of the world’s biggest auctions.
From his 18 ingredient Singaporean Slaw, to the outposts in Asia, Toronto, and Washington, the iron chef is back— and better than ever.
Looking for meaning—or none at all—in Jeff Wall’s photographs.
Some men dream in Technicolor; this former hedge funder dreams in numbers.
Her name may be synonymous with the Strip, but Elaine Wynn’s legacy is about to be built.
Their presence proves that, like the art they buy, variety—at least when it comes to art and the people who buy it—continues to be the spice of life.
Finger painting may be a kid’s game, but for these young artists, the prices they’re getting for masterworks are anything but child’s play.