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Art in America Guide to Florida

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Magazzino Italian Art

Magazzino Italian Art Foundation is a museum located in Cold Spring, New York, devoted to Postwar and Contemporary Italian Art. Magazzino, meaning warehouse in Italian, was co-founded by Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu. Designed by Spanish architect Miguel Quismondo, the 20,000 square-foot structure was completed in June 2017. Magazzino serves as a resource for scholars and […]

Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

Sikkema Jenkins & Co. is a contemporary art gallery located at 530 West 22nd Street in the West Chelsea arts district in New York City. Founded in 1991 by Brent Sikkema as Wooster Gardens, the gallery was originally located on Wooster Street in SoHo. In 1999 the gallery moved to its present location, which later […]

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Editor’s Picks

Gallery Walk: Chelsea, NYC

From Yayoi Kusama’s dazzling installations to Keith Sonnier’s neon sculptures, here are eight shows to see in Chelsea this month.

“El Greco”

“Born in Crete when the island was under Venetian rule, the painter eventually known as El Greco (1541–1614) moved first to Venice, then to Rome, before settling permanently in Toledo, Spain, in 1577. Along the way, influenced by senior contemporaries Titian, Tintoretto, and Michelangelo, he transformed himself from a painter of traditional Byzantine icons to one of the most stylistically distinct artists of all time.”

Gallery Walk: Lower East Side, NYC

From Ryan Foerster’s chemigrams to paintings by Matthew Wong, here’s the best art to see on New York’s Lower East Side this month, and what to eat and drink along the way.


Art in America talks to artists, curators, and other leading figures in the art world.

Collection Spotlight: Ann Temkin (Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art)

“You can’t apply 21st-century expectations to curators working 50 or 80 years ago, but today we need to find those important and influential figures to whom—by virtue of where they lived, or what their gender was, or any number of other reasons—our predecessors, for all their brilliance, were indifferent.”

Collection Spotlight: Scott Rothkopf (Chief Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art)

“We have 3,500 artists represented in our collection, of which 51 percent are living, and that percentage was even higher at the time of the museum’s opening. So, for me, a typical work owned by the Whitney would be almost any piece made by a living American artist and purchased near the time of its making.”

Collection Spotlight: Kevin Gover (Director, National Museum of the American Indian)

“As valuable as the objects in our collection may be to the society at large, they are even more valuable to native communities.”

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