The 26-year-old whose high-octane, politically charged art (think Condi Rice in a bikini) is drawing attention from collectors and curators alike.
Madeleine Grynsztejn and Olga Viso are bringing the American museum into the 21st century.
Zhang Xiaogang’s masterly paintings inspired by life under Mao have made him one of China’s hottest exports.
The artist's vision of something she calls "No Place" (inhabited by half-human, half-plant figures called No Placeans) is freaky and fantastic.
AKA: RONI HORN
With modest means—but incredible eyes—Herbert and Dorothy Vogel built a major contemporary collection.
After years of playing hardball, tough-as-nails gallerist Mary Boone is beginning to show her softer side.
Once vilified for his color images of humdrum daily life, the enigmatic
man who turned art photography on its ear is getting his due.
The acclaimed South African artist readies for a show exploring British Colonialism at London's White Cube.
Peter Doig has long painted the landscape from afar. But in Trinidad, he
considers the world right outside his door.
Forget what you might think about dour feminist art. Schnitger's monumental fabric pieces have a potent sense of humor.
The sculptor makes deceptively simple works that are informed by semiotics (and the contents of the nearby dumpsters).
Philanthropist Wallis Annenberg—and her family foundation’s $2 billion money pot—wows Los Angeles.
Long a haven for collectors, the Belgian city is emerging as a quirky new capital for contemporary art.