For his latest installation, sculptor Paul McCarthy is turning a New York gallery into a bona fide, operational candy plant.
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.