Showing Their Stuff
The artist reveals his latest addiction—to contemporary art.
For his latest installation, sculptor Paul McCarthy is turning a New York gallery into a bona fide, operational candy plant.
Baldessari takes on Mario Sorrenti's fashion photographs.
He can spend years conceptualizing, hatch live chicks, hijack a dead tree—all for the sake of a good sculpture. Charles Ray’s artistic obsessions know no bounds.
The megacollector's ex stays the course as a benevolent art mother.
Tiny in stature but with a commanding presence in the art world, gallerist Marian Goodman has assembled perhaps the most enviable stable of artists in the business.
Joan Jonas and Martha Rosler move from the fringes to the fore.
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Who needs museums? Britain’s richest collectors are opening art spaces of their own.