This Week, Artsy recovers from an excellent week at the Miami art fairs with our sale from LIFE Gallery of Photography, featuring some of the most iconic portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, and Grace Kelly, and historic photographers including Margaret Bourke-White, Alfred Eisenstaedt, and Andreas Feininger. In addition we continue our feature on Electronic Arts Intermix and highlight some of our superb gallery profiles.
Elsewhere on the walls, in New York, “Ink Art” explores Contemporary Chinese art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; “California Dreaming” opens at Von Lintel Gallery; a show featuring Lisa Kirk and Marina Abramović opens at INVISIBLE-EXPORTS; and Sean Kelly Gallery opens a Slater Bradley exhibition. In Los Angeles, “Goya and the Spanish Masters” opens at the Norton Simon Museum and Matthew Brandt opens at M+B. And in China, Yayoi Kusama’s “A Dream I Dreamed” opens at MOCA Shanghai.
In the news last week, Laure Prouvost won the Turner Prize (The Guardian), the Herzog and de Meuron Perez Art Museum Miami opened with critical acclaim (Miami Herald), Ai Weiwei plans a show at Alcatraz (New York Times), a host of current art shows accompany Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave (ArtNews), and the next steps for the Munich Nazi loot were revealed (The Art Newspaper).
And, in case you missed it, Artsy covered three outstanding fairs last week: NADA Miami Beach, Design Miami/, and Art Basel in Miami Beach. For a recap of our Miami coverage, visit our editorial highlights, and be sure to check out our favorite picks, including Daniel Arsham’s film debut and Venus Over Manhattan’s show of art cars, here. Also be sure to visit our sale, Own a Piece of W Magazine’s Art Issue, featuring four artists’ portraits of George Clooney, with proceeds going to Save the Children’s Typhoon Haiyan Relief.