Paul Laster is the editor of, a contributing editor at and Art Asia Pacific, and a contributing writer at Time Out New York and Art in America.

The love affair of Pablo Picasso and Marie-Thérèse Walter forms a captivating new exhibit at Gagosian Gallery, curated in part by the couple’s granddaughter.

The Pace Gallery’s 50th anniversary is a big deal for good reason—founder Arne Glimcher has fostered and influenced some of the most important artists of two centuries. Paul Laster with an exclusive interview.

How did Charlie Chaplin influence the Cubism movement? Paul Laster on the new documentary chronicling the impact of early movies on Picasso and Braque. VIEW OUR GALLERY.

The photographic fantasies of In Sook Kim peek inside the private worlds of people who live in glass houses. VIEW OUR GALLERY.

Where did acclaimed outsider artist Henry Darger draw inspiration for his dreamlike murals? A new exhibit reveals his personal art collection for the first time.

A huge weekend of international art exhibitions kicks off in New York with the 2010 Armory Show, where sales were strong at America’s premier contemporary fair. VIEW OUR GALLERY.

A whimsical new exhibit reveals the rarely seen art of photocollage made by aristocratic Victorian women, including works from Queen Elizabeth II’s private collection. VIEW OUR GALLERY.

A fascinating exhibit of the all-American master’s work reveals Rockwell’s meticulous use of photography to create his iconic paintings. VIEW OUR GALLERY.