Love, Ren Hang

A new retrospective of the acclaimed Chinese photographer opens in Berlin this month.

Nadja Sayej

Chloe Wise, Bill Powers, and More Play “Fuck Marry Kill” with the Art at Art Basel Miami Beach

The blue-chippers exhibiting at Art Basel Miami Beach get subjected to the game as old as time.

Annie Armstrong

Is Art Basel Miami Beach Still Fun?

An important report from the people who *extreme James Murphy voice* were there.

Annie Armstrong

And Now, a Moment of Zen with Francesco Clemente

The painter is showing two concurrent exhibitions at Vito Schnabel galleries in New York and St. Moritz.

Nadja Sayej

Francesco Vezzoli's Latest Sculpture Is the Jewel Encrusted Turtle from "A Rebours"

Inspired by the insanely extravagant pet from Huysman's cult novel, Vezzoli and Bulgari brought the famed literary turtle to life for a new exhibition at the Musée d'Orsay.

Sadie Stein

At MECA Art Fair, A Feeling of Coming Together

On its third year, the fair in San Juan, Puerto Rico, continues to explore how to bring together the international art market and the local culture.

Sebastian Meltz-Collazo

Theaster Gates' Black Monastic in Chicago

The artist's experiment with the universality of black music was part of the Red Bull Music Festival this week.

Max Lakin

You Can't Erase Us

Rachel Rabbit White reports from Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art's "On Our Backs, The Revolutionary Art of Queer Sex Work"

Rachel Rabbit White

The Artist Behind the Paintings At the Heart of "Portrait of a Lady On Fire"

The painter Hélène Delmaire's work (and her hands!) feature heavily in the award-winning film.

Christopher L. Inoa

Bunny Rogers' Zombie High

"Sanctuary," is the artist's first large-scale solo performance, presented at Performa 19.

Scott Indrisek

Sotheby's Amy Cappellazzo Tells It Like it Is

The art world powerhouse has a frank conversation with The Canvas' Jeremy Hodkin about working at the famed auction house.

Jeremy Hodkin

Watch People Break Shit For The Environment

GARAGE has the exclusive world premiere of Doug Aitken's documentation of "The Garden," his new installation at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

Haley Mellin