Last May, at Christie’s New York, the painting Park Avenue Façade by Abstract Expressionist Michael Goldberg soared to $461,000, well above the $100,000 to $150,000 estimate set by the auction house. The new artist’s record was set by Michael Rosenfeld, the Manhattan gallery owner who represents Goldberg’s estate. The art dealer said he regularly buys Read More
Art Basel opens this week, so a good percentage of the New York art world is in Switzerland, but there’s still plenty to do in our city. Below, a brief guide to the week.
In September of this year Andrea Rosen will open a second, 1,350 square-foot space at 544 West 24th Street, just down the block from her current space at 525, as first reported by Art in America yesterday.
Ryan Trecartin will be joining the roster at Andrea Rosen Gallery, according to several sources close to the artist. Mr. Trecartin, whose work was last seen in New York at “Any Ever,” his solo show last summer at MoMA PS1, left his former gallery, Elizabeth Dee, last October.
Andrea Rosen Gallery just sent over a press release announcing that it is going to be working with German artist Josephine Meckseper and Argentinian video-installation mistress Mika Rottenberg.
Jim Hodges landed heavily in Gladstone’s two Chelsea galleries last week with five improbably delicate investigations of the overlapping space between ancient Eastern divination and aleatoric art, carried out with outside fabricators, a jackhammer and heavy moving equipment.