Art News

Filter Settings
Filipino-American artist Paul Pfeiffer has been asking audiences to question their relationship with cultural spectacles since the 1990s. In his first major U.S.
Britain’s Charles III has unveiled his first official portrait since he was crowned king a little over a year ago.
Petrit Halilaj dedicates his new installation, Abetare, to “kids who always know how to bring a brighter future,” as his belief in childlike wonder reigns over New York City’s skyline. Raised as Serbian forces decimated his hometown in Kosovo, Halilaj credits psychologist Giacomo Poli for birthing his passion for art while in an Albanian refugee camp.
Born in Austin, Texas in 1984, the Haas Brothers— twins, Nicolai and Simon—started their career as an artistic duo in 2010. Their practice merges the worlds of fine art and functional design, though some of that function still falls within an artistic license, like that of their lamps whose bulbs are meant to dim.
San Francisco-based artist Clare Rojas explores the motif of dots, points, circles, and orbs in her new solo exhibition, “Clare’s Balls”. Presented by Jessica Silverman, the 23-piece show runs from April 25th to June 1st.
Whether it be through the image of a mouth or the emotional resonance of color, British visual artist, Rachel Jones, wades into symbolism with her latest body of work.
Richard Hunt: Early Masterworks at White Cube New York presents sculpture created between 1955 and 1969 that appear to float in space.
For Oliver Beer’s latest solo exhibition at Almine Rech, the artist creates a symphony of sounds from vessels shaped like cats.
The first Los Angeles solo exhibition of the work of Martha Diamond, the emblematic painter of New York cityscapes, has opened at David Kordansky Gallery.
On the occasion of the release of Audrey Flack's riveting memoir, With Darkness Came Stars, and her solo exhibition at Hollis Taggart, Art & Object sat down with the artist for a conversation.
Art and Object Marketplace - A Curated Art Marketplace