Corona Survival Guide

April 14, 2020

Trying to make sense of your new normal? Stay sane with these 4 art-filled distractions.

Looking to give back? See our note below on how to support artists in need.


In addition to pioneering online viewing, David Zwirner is generously hosting 12 smaller galleries on #PlatformLondon and #PlatformNewYork.

Don’t miss more of our favorites:

Hauser & Wirth
Jessica Silverman
Gavin Brown’s Enterprise

Installation view, Doug Wheeler49 Nord 6 Est 68 Ven 12 FL, David Zwirner, New York, 2020. (Image courtesy of artist)


Enjoy guilt-free streaming with immersive films about art.

Kusama Infinity
The Price of Everything
Exit Through the Gift Shop
Basquiat: The Radiant Child

 Harrie Verstappen and Magnolia Pictures)


YouTube virtual visits with our favorite visionaries.

Sarah Sze
Mark Bradford
Mary Weatherford
Ursula von Rydingsvard

Mark Bradford’s installation Pickett’s Charge at the Hirshhorn Museum. (Image courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Cathy Carve)


Discover conversations with influential artists, gallerists, and even art criminals.

Dialogues | Hilton Als & Thelma Golden
The Great Women Artists | Jadé Fadojutimi
In Other Words | The Magical Maureen Paley 
The Art Angle | The Art Market’s Most Wanted Outlaw

Jade Fadojutimi, An Unspoilt Ritual, oil on canvas. (Image courtesy of artist)


Artadia began funding artists over 20 years ago, including a young Hank Willis Thomas in 2007. We have joined Artadia in support of Artist Relief, an emergency fund distributing $5,000 grants to artists in dire need due to COVID-19.


Hank Willis Thomas stands before his sculpture “A Suspension of Hostilities,” 2019. (Image courtesy of Kayne Griffin Corcoran)