Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock forgeries uncovered; Solange creates work for Tate’s 'Soul of a Nation'; new Brooklyn gallery to ‘de-gentrify’ space

Family bedroom at Spring Street, New York City, 1970. Photograph: Donald Judd. Courtesy: © Judd Foundation

Although their activities and missions are multiple, the foundations dedicated to New York’s artists all keep their founders’ visions alive

 

By Jennifer Kabat
Artifacts from Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner. Courtesy Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center. . Photography: Nicholas Calcott.

Frieze Fairs - 27 Apr 2017

Rarely seen belongings from the artists' home-studio in the Hamptons

Daniel J. Martinez, Museum Tags: Second Movement (Overture) or Overture con Claque—Overture with Hired Audience Members, 1993. Courtesy: Courtesy Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica

The evolution of the Whitney Biennial, an American institution

By Chrissie Iles

Cabaret Voltaire looks for investors and The Metropolitan Museum unveils its new logo: a round-up of the latest art news

Sean Landers, On the Wall Above, 2001, oil on linen, 2.3 × 1.7 m. Courtesy the artist & Petzel, New York; photograph: Oren Slor

Why enthusiasm, not scholarship, motivates artists

By Julian Hoeber

The curator of the Prado Museum's 'El Greco and Modern Painting' exhibition on the artist's enduring influence

By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso
Ohne Titel Nr. 1, 2014, Volksbühne, Berlin (© Thomas Aurin, Berlin)

Actor and theatre director Herbert Fritsch on his love of art – from Jackson Pollock to Dieter Roth – and not using scripts

By Jan Kedves
Günter Brus, Selbstbemalung (Self-Painting), 1964

Painting as performance in recent exhibitions

By Theo Altenberg

‘Eureka’ moments, painterliness and cinema's inferiority complex - a brief history of artist biopics

By Jonathan Romney

Behind the renewed interest in Performance Art lies a desire to bring the real and the representation closer together

By Frazer Ward

A profile of legendary dealer Leo Castelli

By Louisa Buck