Recent Articles
Jim Hodges describes his new Artspace edition
Meet the Artist
Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds
Helen Thompson – The Art For Home Interview
Living With Art
Helen Thompson – The Art For Home Interview
Serge Hamad on his photography
Meet the Artist
Serge Hamad - 'I always felt that I could speak out in a deeper sense when using photography'
What's in Kimberley's Cart?
Expert Eye
"What I'd Buy This September '21": Artspace's Kimberly Reinagel Shares the Artworks in Her Cart
James Crump – The Art for Home Interview
On the Wall
James Crump – The Art for Home Interview
John Folchi talks about his art
Meet the Artist
John Folchi – 'Among my earliest childhood memories is one of an aesthetic response to the beauty of clouds’
Sandra Platas Hernández on life and art
Meet the Artist
Sandra Platas Hernández - 'I find the beauty in every little thing that surrounds me'
Putnam & Putnam Unveil Limited Edition Floral Prints
On the Wall
Putnam & Putnam Unveil Limited Edition Floral Prints
S.K.Sahni on his art
Meet the Artist
S.K.Sahni – 'An artist creates work first for himself but sharing it with others to awaken their inner self is equally important'
Drew Doggett on his art and photography
Meet the Artist
Drew Doggett – 'I select subjects that are extraordinary to share the world’s beauty'
Orit Fuchs on her art
Meet the Artist
Orit Fuchs – ‘I come to the studio six days a week - and start dreaming!'
Alberto González Vivo talks about his art
Meet the Artist
Alberto González Vivo – 'I think if the work has the desired effect on me, it will have that effect on others'
5 things to look out for in the Celeste Dupuy-Spencer edition
Close Look
5 things to look out for in the Celeste Dupuy-Spencer edition
Lindsay August-Salazar on her inspirations, influences and ideals
Meet the Artist
Lindsay August-Salazar – “Art has the capacity to expand my deeper drive and interest in human expression'
Colleen Blackard - 'I want to build worlds to share'
Artist to Watch
Colleen Blackard - 'From an early age I found it easier to communicate with gestures and pictures than with words'

The Week in Pictures

The Public Art Fund in the Park, the Barnes Collection, Swiss Institute, & More

By

Masterpieces by Cezanne and Seurat at the Barnes Collection in Philadelphia.
Masterpieces by Cezanne and Seurat at the Barnes Collection in Philadelphia.
A plaster torso at the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia.
A plaster torso at the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia.
An illustration by Jerry Pinkney at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
An illustration by Jerry Pinkney at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
We stopped by the Whitney to see Robert Irwin's "Scrim Veil." This weekend is the last chance to see the historic light work.
We stopped by the Whitney to see Robert Irwin's "Scrim Veil." This weekend is the last chance to see the historic light work.
A Spence X aluminum dragon at Dorian Grey Gallery.
A Spence X aluminum dragon at Dorian Grey Gallery.
Nearby the Artspace offices, the Public Art Fund has installed Ugo Rondinone's work "Dog Days Are Over" at City Hall Park
Nearby the Artspace offices, the Public Art Fund has installed Ugo Rondinone's work "Dog Days Are Over" at City Hall Park
Gary Webb's "Buzzing it Down," part of the Public Art Fund's City Hall Park installation.
Gary Webb's "Buzzing it Down," part of the Public Art Fund's City Hall Park installation.
Olivier Mosset's contribution to curator Gianni Jetzer's "A Sunday in the Mountains" show at the Swiss Institute.
Olivier Mosset's contribution to curator Gianni Jetzer's "A Sunday in the Mountains" show at the Swiss Institute.
A still from Elodie Pong's video at the Swiss Institute.
A still from Elodie Pong's video at the Swiss Institute.
Melissa Carroll chatting with Salman Rushdie at the opening of her new show, "Recurrence," at Andrea Rosen 2. Photo by Ashley Woo Photography.
Melissa Carroll chatting with Salman Rushdie at the opening of her new show, "Recurrence," at Andrea Rosen 2. Photo by Ashley Woo Photography.
The opening of Melissa Carroll's "Recurrence" at Andrea Rosen 2. Photo by Ashley Woo Photography.
The opening of Melissa Carroll's "Recurrence" at Andrea Rosen 2. Photo by Ashley Woo Photography.

It's the last stretch before the fall season kicks into full swing, so Artspace's editors took the opportunity to get out of town to visit the Barnes Collection and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and outdoors to check out sculptures from the Public Art Fund. Plus, we caught last-chance shows at the Whitney and the Swiss Institute.

See all the pictures in the slideshow above.

DISCOVER

a treasure trove of fine art from the world's most renowned artists, galleries, museums and cultural institutions. We offer exclusive works you can't find anywhere else.

LEARN

through exclusive content featuring art news, collecting guides, and interviews with artists, dealers, collectors, curators and influencers.

BUY

authentic artworks from across the globe. Collecting with us means you're helping to sustain creative culture and supporting organizations that are making the world a better place.

CONNECT

with our art advisors for buying advice or to help you find the art that's perfect for you. We have the resources to find works that suit your needs.

INSIDER ACCESS TO THE WORLD'S BEST ART

Artspace offers you authentic, exclusive works from world-renowned artists, galleries, museums and cultural institutions. Collecting with us helps support creative culture while bringing you art news, interviews and access to global art resources.

  • COLLECT FROM 300+ GALLERIES & MUSEUMS