Linda Green
Linda Green

Ai Weiwei and Pussy Riot: Are These Really the 100 Most Influential People in Art

ArtReview's Power 100 should be seen for what it is: a gossip report that repeats what we already knew.

Google Street View As Art: Modern Portraits of the Poorest Neighborhoods in America

Introducing America to Americans, again: photographer Doug Rickard's series "A New American Picture" uses images from Google Street View to capture America's downtrodden and forgotten streets.

Banksy Olympics Street Art May Be Unfairly Destroyed in London Graffiti Crackdown

Censorship of graffiti and street art critical of the Olympic Games is wrong. New Banksy street art brings this controversy to the limelight.

Gustav Klimt Honored By Google on 150th Birthday

Google honored Gustav Klimt, a controversial artist then and now, on his 150th birthday. Here's a look at the art world legend.

E-books Are the Future of Art: How Paperless Publishing is Creating a New Art Form

E-books and paperless publishing may represent an accessible new art form.

Documenta 13: Europe's Most Important Contemporary Art Exhibition Has Roots in the Aftermath of Nazi Germany

Europe's most important contemporary art show, Documenta 13, opened this month in Kassel, Germany. We look at the past and present of the exhibition, and why the arts are so crucial to society.

Art Basel 2012: A Gallery Director's Inside Scoop on One of Art's Most Influential Events

This weekend marks one of the biggest art fairs of the year, Art Basel. As the event enters its 43rd year, we must ask: Has this become just a marketplace for the mega-rich?