Institutions Biennials & Triennials 22-06-2017

June 22 | Institute for documenta cements future prospects

As London loses yet another gallery, Sotheby’s continues to deliver impressive results in the British capital, smashing artist’s records multiple times in only one night. Elsewhere, Kassel prepares to welcome the documenta Institute, whose program begins to be


Galleries People 21-06-2017

June 21 | ‘It is not fun anymore’

Lower East Side gallery Envoy Enterprises will close this summer, but not without dishing out some strong words to the art world on their way out. The gallery’s owner Jimi Dams has released a damning, but poignant letter — confronting the art world’s growing relationship with consumerism and obsession with profit-making, and marketing.


Artists Fairs 20-06-2017

June 20 | Theft at the Skulptur Projekte

In a show of remarkable equanimity, Ei Arakawa has begun work on a replacement for the “painting” stolen at Skulptur Projekte Münster last week. In other news, André Saraiva a.k.a. ANDRÉ joins the Magda Danysz Gallery and The Sunday Painter - one of the most interesting galleries in London - is


Artists Institutions 19-06-2017

June 19 | Diaspora artist Khadija Saye confirmed victim of Grenfell Tower fire in London

As the death toll continues to rise, it has been officially confirmed that the 24-year-old London-based artist Khadija Saye, currently on show at Venice in the Diaspora Pavilion, was among the victims. In other news, the four German recipients of the 2018 Villa Romana Fellowship have been announced in


Institutions People 16-06-2017

June 16 | Getty’s contemporary American photography collection expands

Los Angeles’ Getty Museum receives yet another huge donation from film industry mogul Bruce Berman, as NEA prepare to shut down operations. They won’t be going quietly however, handing out $82 million in grants in their last 2017


Artists Institutions 15-06-2017

June 15 | London’s ICA strives for success

It seems that the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London is swelling its ranks, after the appointment of new director Stefan Kalmár in January. The past six months have seen the institute grow sizably — with three new heads of departments and now the election of Wolfgang Tillmans, Delya Allakhverdova and Maria Sukkar to the ICA council.


Galleries People 14-06-2017

June 14 | Movement in museums around the world

As Sydney’s premier Art Gallery of New South Wales receives a staggering $244 million grant from the state government to expand and evolve onto the world stage, New York’s The Met continues to reorganise its internal structure in the hope of bringing the institution back to


Awards Fairs 13-06-2017

June 13 | Swiss Art takes center stage

As Swiss art fairs unfold across Switzerland this week, with Art Basel, LISTE and Photo Basel drawing in the art fair crowd, the 2017 Swiss Art Award ceremonies taking place today and tomorrow ensure all eyes are on Switzerland this week.


Artists Institutions 12-06-2017

June 12 | Art for Justice

A philanthropist sells a Roy Lichtenstein painting for a record price and a good cause. Elsewhere, Thaddaeus Ropac and Lisson gallery are now representing the Rosenquist and the Leon Polk Smith estates,


Artists Awards 09-06-2017

June 9 | Awards far and wide...

As Art Basel announce Astha Butail as winner of the BMW Art Journey Award, Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta are named winners of the upcoming 2018 Jerwood/FVU Awards. Meanwhile, estate of the late Italian conceptual artist Piero Manzoni is to be acquired by Hauser &


People Institutions 08-06-2017

June 8 | Prep for upcoming fairs gets well underway

The upcoming edition of New York’s 2018 Armory Show looks set to focus on contemporary curatorial discourses, whilst PULSE Art Fair take on Katelijne De Backer as new director of the Miami fair.


Awards Artists 07-06-2017

June 7 | Women dominate Canada’s 2017 Sobey Art Award shortlist

Despite the general consensus that women (especially those of colour) are underrepresented in the art market, the Sobey Art Award has triumphed women in the arts with a shortlist comprised of four out of five female artists. In other news, Christie’s looks likely to break records with the charity auctioning of the Rockefeller estate, which comes just months after the air to the Rockefeller dynasty passes away at the age of


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