Huang Yuxing's abstract landscapes have garnered the consistent support of galleries, collectors, and institutions drawn his bubbles, pines, and rivers.
The artist uses the power of art historical images to discuss gender in the present. While Mockrin’s practice takes visual elements from European oil painting, her process is highly informed by photography and contemporary images.
Through personal objects and spaces, Buckwalter explores universal questions of identity, sexuality, and taboo.
How did an Ivoirian artist Jean-Michel Basquiat discovered in the 1980s suddenly join two of the hottest galleries and become and auction star? Of all of the surprises that took place during the May sales in New York, one big one—the sale of Ouattara Watts’ Afro Beat from 2011 for a remarkable $781,200 during Christie’s 21st Century Evening sale—has gone almost unremarked upon.
Best known for his heroic steel sculptures, Richard Serra's—approachable and accessible—drawings are starring in museums and galleries across Europe and the US this Summer.
Lucy Bull's attention-getting LA gallery shows and art fair appearances result in strong sales on the private market and, now, a big auction debut
The mystery about C.J. Hendry’s new art installation as pop-up gallery at an abandoned church in East London that opens today isn’t why she renovated the local church exclusively for one event.
Sotheby’s and Christie’s dueling target paintings might cause a market overhaul for the Color Field painter. Though his paintings sit on the same textbook pages as Morris Louis and Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland’s prices on the secondary market lag behind his peers.
An artist with a difficult past and the subject of an HBO documentary, Gianni Arone constructs a reference-heavy world through his emotive character NFTs.
Already achieving six-figure prices, South African painter Cinga Samson has two works in London’s sales with attractive estimates. Here’s how he rose to prominence.