A Rare Q&A with American Legend Alex Katz

On the eve of a new exhibition just north of New York City, the nonagenarian contemporary-art icon talked with ‘Introspective’ about his long and ongoing career, the development of his signature style and his rather malleable definition of realism.

by Ted Loos
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A Rare Q&A with American Legend Alex Katz

This Is How to Look at Art (Spoiler: Put Away Your iPhone)

Veteran gallerist and art dealer Michael Findlay is staging an all-out war against Art Attention Deficit Disorder.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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This Is How to Look at Art (Spoiler: Put Away Your iPhone)

Why Was William N. Copley So Obsessed with Naked Women?

However outside the mainstream his work may appear, the self-taught painter was an art-world scenester and patron. A new retrospective spotlights his female nudes.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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Why Was William N. Copley So Obsessed with Naked Women?

David Hockney Is Supersized and in Living Color

An extra-big collectible book takes readers on a visual journey through the British artist’s work, from his student years to the present day.

by Jori Finkel
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David Hockney Is Supersized and in Living Color

Quality and Originality Reign Supreme in Tony Ingrao’s World

The in-demand interiors maverick has long combined connoisseurship with design brio. Now he's showing off his curatorial chops at R & Company.

by Ted Loos
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Quality and Originality Reign Supreme in Tony Ingrao’s World

Ed Ruscha Still Gets His Kicks on Route 66

The rugged, wry and legendary Pop artist tells us why the American West has infused his art and soul for so long.

by Marlena Donohue
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Ed Ruscha Still Gets His Kicks on Route 66

Takashi Murakami’s Superexpansive Collection of Art

The extensive holdings of the Japanese superstar are genre-crossing, boundary-busting and ask the big question, “What is art?”

by Marisa Bartolucci
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Takashi Murakami’s Superexpansive Collection of Art

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