Tag Archives: David Zwirner

New Artists on the Block: Guryanov and Novikov fare well at Sotheby’s Contemporary East Day Sale

“One of the reasons there’s so much talk about money is that it’s so much easier to talk about than the art,” David Zwirner observes, in Nick Paumgarten’s fresh New Yorker piece “Why Are So Many People Paying So Much … Continue reading

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Auction Week Appetizers: Frieze New York and the Age of Koons

This week, contemporary art took hold of New York – and we’re not just referring to Jeff Koons‘ extra creepy cover of New York magazine, heralding “The Age of Koons.” “The most successful artist” did cause plenty of commotion, though, … Continue reading

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Moscow’s Art World gathers to discuss plans for a Russian National Museum of Contemporary Art

Last week, the ADAA announced its new relief fund, which would provide financial support to the Chelsea galleries and nonprofits hardest hit by Sandy. Recipients include Wallspace, Bortolami and Printed Matter, whose inventory was particularly devastated. As Gallerist reports, David … Continue reading

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Many Waters: Chelsea starts to take stock of the damage from Sandy

As the water is being pumped out of galleries across a still power-less Chelsea (the majority of Lower Manhattan is still in a black-out, bracing for a few more days without electricity), the Chelsea art world is slowly coming to … Continue reading

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