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Collectible, stackable, and inherently keep-able, a Polaroid is a fetish object.
Collaborating with PK Shop, the independently curated subsidiary retail store of Paul Kasmin Gallery, artist Ivan Navarro saw an opportunity of cosmic proportions.
British artist John Stezaker rose to prominence during the '80s and '90s with his small-scale photo collage manipulations.
Before he became the King of Pop Art, our founder, Andy Warhol, was a master of the fashion illustration.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
Londoners don't do Frieze—they do Frieze Week. As the galleries assemble their installations in Regent's Park and dates go into diaries, it's no surprise to anyone in town that this four day fair has the definitive industry show for contemporary art.
For his show at Nathalie Karg Gallery, which opened last night, artist Alex Kwartler presents two diverging series of large scale works made over the last year.
The New York artist's series of shows on Denial, Divorce, and Death may sound like a downer, but Yi is actually privileging senses other than the visual in her loaded, off-the-wall work.
Monica Lewinsky is now on Twitter http://t.co/c4bdPdQpBS