Adam Sender’s Huge Bruce Nauman Fountain to Go on View at Gagosian

Partial installation view of 'One Hundred Fish Fountain' (2005) at Donald Young Gallery. (Courtesy the artist and Donald Young Gallery)

Like most contemporary art galleries, the Gagosian Gallery’s international branches tend to go quiet by the end of July, closing to the public or keeping on view a show that opened much earlier in the season. This year, though, Gagosian’s flagship spot at 980 Madison will open two month-long shows on July 30, each presenting one major artwork, Robert Ryman’s A Painting in Four Parts and Bruce Nauman’s One Hundred Fish Fountain. Read More

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Exclusive: Sender Collection to Go on View in Miami

Cindy Sherman, Untitled, 1983, courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures

If you’ve worked in, or reported on, the contemporary art world long enough, you’re familiar with the idea of the obsessive collector. This is the collector who just can’t stop acquiring artworks, and who has built his or her house to accommodate the collection, adding rooms that are designated as galleries, rooms from which furniture has been all but banished. Read More