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Could Someone Die Over This Painting?

Art isn’t usually a life or death matter, but the controversy over Brett Murray's "The Spear" might end in bloodshed.

Why You Should Collect Art by Emerging Artists

Hilary Harkness on becoming a collector.

Art/Trek NYC Announces Season 1 Winner

Our Co-Hosts come back together to debate the winner of season 1!

Gino Rubert

Discovery Series: Interview with Gino Rubert

Want to know more about this Berlin based Mexican artist, read on.

Théo Mercier "Le Solitaire" 2010

The French Revolution

Will France be the Comeback Kid?

Meat Guns, Unknown Bangladesh Artist

Global Emerging Artists

Looking to South East Asia for the undiscovered.

Morley Safer at Art Basel

Contemporary Art Market Keeps Growing

The Booming Art Scene, Art Basel.  What's it all about Safer?



Spontaneous Steam-Punk Pop

HERE Arts Center presents Mixtape: a benefit for emerging art

Follow the Drips of Paint

Which neighborhood will be the next Art Hotspot?

Fountain Art Fair Takes Over the 69th Regiment Armory

Fountain - the notoriously scrappy, DIY alternative to the traditional art fair

COMPANY picks from SCOPE

SCOPE features well-curated and accessible art - perfect for collectors.

The New Museum Triennial 2012

A triennial inspired by the concept of ungovernability 

Valentine's Day Art for your Sweetheart

Sweet art for your sweetheart!  25% off our Valentine's Day Collection

Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold

David Choe took Facebook shares in exchange for paintings he did in 2005 for the company’s first headquarters. That exchange is expected to be worth roughly $200 million when Facebook stock trades publicly.

Matt Held: Discovery Series Interview

Matt Held will paint your Facebook portrait, teach you a secret symbology to help you navigate the art world, and jetpack you off into a new dimension

Discovery Series: Interview with Colette Robbins

Colette Robbins' mysterious archaic heads and stony watchtowers 

Discovery Series: Interview with Melissa Murray

Melissa Murray is psychonalytically inspired 

Discovery Series: Interview with Jaqueline Cedar

Jaqueline Cedar paints subtly shifting narratives wavering between depiction, memory, and fantasy.