The mood at Miami Basel is a bit subdued this year—attendance is down and sales are happening more slowly, as I reported on Wednesday. On the other hand, the opening yesterday of NADA Miami Beach, which specializes in emerging artists, was as frenetic … Read More
Glasgow School of Art is internationally revered. So when more than 200 students protest outside its main campus, as they did a few weeks ago, it’s worth taking note.What could be wrong? Apart from Brexit? Apart from the tragic 2014 … Read More
The parties, dinners, talks, and performances are continuing in Miami Beach as Art Basel and its satellite events enter the weekend. Below, a look around some of the events. See more in Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and Artadia, a nonprofit dedicated to giving artists grants, announced Philip Smith as the winner of the joint 2016 Miami Beach NADA Artadia Award. The prize is given annually to an artist exhibited in the NADA Miami … Read More
Low on the list of likely items to find in the manic-panic artwork of Ryan Trecartin: flute, clarinet, vibraphone, saxophone, triangle (the kind a chamber musician daintily dings), upright piano, and a dowdy, blowsy French horn. Yet there they were … Read More
NADA Art fair opened Thursday to VIP cardholders and press and continues through Sunday. Below, a slideshow of the action around the fair. See more in Part 1 and read all about it in Nate Freeman’s report from the scene.
With a show dedicated to Mexican modernism at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, we turn back to the Summer 1954 issue of ARTnews, in which Anita Brenner reported on the Mexican art scene. Though her report—one of several that she … Read More
The generalization goes that NADA Miami Beach is the foil to Art Basel Miami Beach: small rather than gigantic, inviting rather than imposing, and deal-laden rather than expensive. For the most part, that’s true, but it’s even more true this year. While crowds at yesterday’s Art … Read More