Rachel Wolff is a Brooklyn-based critic, writer, and editor. She covers art for New York Magazine, Town & Country, Bloomberg Businessweek, Art + Auction, Modern Painters, Chicago Magazine, and various Modern Luxury publications.

A new art exhibition in London invites the public to get up close and personal with a wax version of the engaged royal. Rachel Wolff talks to artist Jennifer Rubell about her tabloid inspiration.

London’s annual Frieze Festival of Art winds up this weekend, after an impressive showing filled with great art and starry buyers. Rachel Wolff reports from the U.K.

Nine New York galleries have based a major exhibit on Lush Life, Richard Price’s bestselling novel, and the true crimes that happened on those streets.

A new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum and a reissued classic book give fresh context to the artist, his Factory, and their orgiastic creations.

John Singer Sargent’s portraits of legendary and aristocratic women are finally getting their due at a comprehensive new exhibit. View our gallery.

Eva and Franco Mattes have long been making high art of hijinks. The couple’s latest coup features pieces they pilfered from some prized works of art. Now that the statute of limitations has run out on their potential crimes, the Matteses are revealing the steals.

Egyptian artist Ghada Amer uses thread and watercolors to create subtly graphic paintings from a traditionally female craft. VIEW OUR NSFW GALLERY.

A blockbuster show opened at the Met this week and features 300 Pablo Picasso works, including the debut of the erotic painting he disowned. VIEW OUR GALLERY.

The late author's extraordinary art collection is up for auction next month, including seminal works by Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Roy Lichtenstein. VIEW OUR GALLERY.