Frieze New York opens in a week, and we know you’re as excited as we are!  As announced in January, the fair’s seventh edition is shaking things up with three new, exciting additions to the schedule (well, four if you’re also hyped about the new ferry situation). Here’s what we know: For Your Infotainment / […]

Are you ready for round 2 of ArtBinder’s Perfect Art Day itineraries? Check out this guide below to catch some of the spots (and boroughs!) that we didn’t get to last time. Morning — Met Breuer Head on over to the Upper East Side, stop at Joe Coffee for a quick breakfast, and walk two […]

The art world is in constant motion. Each day brings new exhibitions to see, reviews to read, and, for collectors, opportunities to invest. There’s never a dull moment, which can be as overwhelming as it is exciting. That’s why every art collector needs an arsenal of easy-to-navigate apps at their fingertips to lighten the load. […]

It’s been a month since 2018 Armory Week, but conversations surrounding the buzzing new art trends have yet to slow down. This year’s shows provided us with a plethora of new contemporary artists to get excited about. Here are some of our favorites. South-African artist Athi-Patra Ruga presented a series of colorful tapestries that explores […]

Guilty as charged. Sometimes art is so good it leaves you speechless, and you instantly fall back on a handful of go-to phrases. We’ve all been there, so when we came across a recent post by TheArtGorgeous listing 3 overused descriptions that the art world should stop using, we started to brainstorm alternatives. Here are […]

Photographic artist Alice Quaresma’s style is equal parts colorful and compelling. Her recent series, “Ocean Line,” which will be featured in the Hermès Spring Summer 2018 Le Monde d’Hermès magazine, features bright dashes and shapes over photographs of South American beach scenes. Alice’s work has often been described as “playful,” “transportive,” and “bold.” Her quest […]

ArtBinder Art Fair

We know, we know–this isn’t your first rodeo. It’s Armory Week and you’re packed, Instagram-ready, and have spent hours upon hours perfecting your PDF files and print outs. My friend, if that last bit is you, get ready to say adieu to your printer and hello to our mobile presentation tool (aka your new best […]

The 2018 New Museum Triennial, entitled Songs for Sabotage, opened last week, but don’t feel bad if it slipped under your radar. Though this is the museum’s fourth triennial, it’s still a relatively new face on the -ennial scene. It’s the younger sibling, if you will, of the Whitney Biennial, whose 79th installment is a […]

It’s a big year for anniversaries. From Carrie Bradshaw’s first Cosmopolitan to the day Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone hit U.S. bookstores (has it really been 20 years?), there’s a lot to feel nostalgic about. Reminiscing about iconic pop culture moments isn’t the only reason we here at ArtBinder are getting sentimental. Some of […]

Mexico City Cover

With plane tickets from New York to Mexico City a fraction of the cost of flights to Europe, why wait to book your trip to this art destination? An established cultural capital, Mexico City has a passionate, political, and artistic history. It’s no surprise that today it boasts a bold roster of contemporary galleries, blockbuster […]