Indulge in the Gift of Giving
'Tis the season for gift guides, so in anticipation of our 'Wrapped/Unwrapped' sale in conjunction with Artsy, we asked our colleagues which pieces they'd most like to give and which they'd most like to receive.Read More
VR Walkthrough: Ugo Rondinone in Paris
Phillips is pleased to present the site-specific installation 'Clockwork for Oracles', along with a selection of recent Rondinone works that explore the shape-shifting capabilities of this major contemporary artist.
In the Zone: Wendell Castle's Environment for Contemplation
Glenn Adamson, Senior Research Scholar at the Yale Center for British Art, takes a look at a unique design suggesting a primordial cavern—translated into a contemporary idiom.
From Diego Rivera to Ana Mendieta: Kaeli Deane's Six Picks from 20th Century & Contemporary Art
Kaeli Deane, Head of Latin American Art, shares modern and contemporary highlights from this month's sales.
07 November 2018
Exploring Wifredo Lam and His Afro-Chinese-Cuban Heritage
Through 'Sur les traces', 1945, Abigail McEwen looks at the nuanced cross-cultural influences—including Santería and Chinese ink wash painting—that informed Lam's practice throughout the 20th century.
24 October 2018
Carmen Herrera's 'Blanco y Verde': The Artist's Most Seminal Series
One of only 14 known versions of Carmen Herrera's 'Blanco y Verde' series, the work coming to auction this November remained in obscurity for over four decades, carefully selected by the artist to remain in her small home studio in New York.
24 October 2018
Contemporary Cuba: Kaeli Deane with Cuban Art News
Our Head of Latin American Art spoke to Cuban Art News about a curated selection of works coming to auction.
19 September 2018
Immersion into Luminous Reality: Arnold Lehman on Carlos Cruz-Diez
Hear from the former Director of the Brooklyn Museum on one of the key protagonists in the fields of kinetic, optical and light art, alongside the likes of Dan Flavin, James Turrell and Jesús Rafael Soto.
24 July 2018