Black + White Artworks from The Armory Show 2019

Paintings, sculpture, collage and more pieces that demonstrate the power of contrast

Wandering the halls of an art fair, visitors often flick their eyes to the ostentatious—pillars of color, sparkling shapes, neon word-based art and even manipulated reflections of self. It’s easy for explosive color to captivate. And yet, passing through 2019’s The Armory Show in NYC, numerous works composed solely of black and white remind visitors of the power in simple contrast. The following five selections …

Discover Art Scenes in Six Cities with Artsy + BMW’s City Guides

From luxury automaker BMW and Artsy (the platform that has taught many how to navigate the tricky art market) comes a new city guide service that will allow users to find galleries, exhibits and even fairs in art-world hubs. Launching on 25 March in conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, the guides will appear as a new feature in the Artsy app. Further, they will …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Today's most innovative companies, outdoor art highlights and more from the internet this week

Farewell, Jackie Shane Jackie Shane, an influential figure in soul music and the LGBTQ+ community, has passed away at 78 years old. Even though she helped define the R&B sound of the ’60s and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Historical Album this year, her work transcends music. Shane identified as a woman from the age of 13, before the term “transgender” was used.  More than …