Philippe Vergne

When the man who curated a Carl Andre show fires a woman who curated a Kerry James Marshall show, it's not a good look.
This year's MOCA gala happened at the Geffen Contemporary last Saturday, and it was good. They honored Ed Ruscha for his
On Saturday May 30, 2015 I photographed the mondo-chic attendees of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles 36th Annual Gala as they arrived at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Downtown Los Angeles' Little Tokyo.
It was full throttle at Art Basel this year in Miami. There were Lambos, Red Bull, Cuban expresso, Davidoff cigars, champagne, and Waikiki weather to keep me up.
With taut strings tied into thousands of knots holding painted and translucent sheets of paper, the artist binds the aerial and the earthbound, establishing a direct relationship between the work and the viewer.
Once upon a time, architects Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, responsible for the current MoMA expansion, were close friends
You must be getting a lot of well-meaning advice right now, and I hope you won't mind if I offer you a few tips to aid you in your success. My advice is meant both to be helpful, but also to make you smile.
From Paris to Los Angeles, it is surprising that dinner conversation in the art world shifts its focus from the museum to the museum director. Jeffrey Deitch disappeared as the conversation centerpiece as all talk is about the new director, Philippe Vergne, who will save MOCA.
The work was first shown, in a different configuration, during Veilhan's 2009 exhibition at the Chateau de Versailles. It
When the Dia Art Foundation opened a permanent installation space in Chelsea in 1986, it was one of the only arts groups