Post image for Inside Paris Photo: The Art Fair Almost No One Saw

Following last week’s terrorist attacks, the art fair Paris Photo was forced to close. This week, the organizers launched an online simulacrum of the exhibition. Exploring the largely-empty fair is eerie, awkward, and uncannily poignant.

Post image for An Artist-in-Residence at a 19th Century Library: Lu Zhang

Lu Zhang has spent the past year as the artist-in-residence at the George Peabody Library, a massive, beautiful “cathedral of books” from 1878. Her year of non-objective research and wandering has resulted in a surprisingly logical (but playful) series of artworks.

Post image for Gallerist Burns Bridges to a Borough

Fall out from the South Bronx party thrown by artist Lucien Smith, art dealer Jeanne Greenberg-Rohatyn, and real estate mogul Keith Rubenstein continues. The event featured bullet-riddled cars and trash can fires, which many thought were in poor taste. News erupted for days after enraged residents, politicians and artists learned of the party. Now, two weeks later, AFC has learned that Avery K. Singer refused Greenberg Rohatyn’s request for a studio visit, on the grounds that the party was insensitive and likely to lead the gallery into further trouble. We couldn’t agree more. The email, which was first posted on Facebook November 7th, after the jump