Filming Art History Movie

You went to an opening last night, visited your friend at her gallery the day before, and last week you did late night hours at the Guggenheim and the Met. It’s safe to say you need a night in to recover from all that art world socializing. But ArtBinder, you wail, I still need my Friday […]

NYC Gallery yours mine & ours

Hello, art lovers! ArtBinder’s Gallery Profile series is back, this time featuring Lower East Side rockstar yours mine & ours. In case you’d forgotten, we’re using the summer downtime to catch up with some of our favorite emerging galleries in New York and get their perspective on the ever-changing art world. For our latest installment, […]

NYC Gallery space Deli Gallery

It’s a volatile time in the NYC gallery world. Small galleries are having a tough time of it as gallery giants like Pace and Gagosian grow and as the relentless cycle of month-to-month art fairs sets a high-pressure, expensive rhythm that’s difficult for smaller operations to maintain. At ArtBinder, we’re using the summer lull to […]

art-fair-paris

Ah, art fairs. Depending on how you look at it, they are either a) an exciting gathering of artistic individuals and institutions that allow new artists to rise and the art market to thrive, or b) they’re a party that you’re only *sort of* invited to, with lots of people that already know each other […]

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I said NOW, cowgirl. ART Isn’t that why you’ve even heard of Marfa, after all? Get your gram of the Prada storefront and goggle at the Judd concrete that started it all, but don’t stop there. The Indie/Jacobs Gallery, exhibitions2d and Ballroom Marfa are just a few of Marfa’s incredible art spaces, each with its […]