Artists Institutions 24-11-2017

November 24 | Paris’ Louvre debuts first particle accelerator dedicated to art

At Paris’ Louvre, art and technology are getting even closer. In Berlin, the opening of a major institution dedicated to Modern Art is being

Institutions Artists 23-11-2017

November 23 | Curator of “Queermuseu” to appear in front of Brazil’s Senate

In Brazil, things don’t seem to improve for the LGBTQ+ community, whilst France recognizes an activist for gender and sexual minorities with its highest honor. In Paris, Lafayette Anticipations begins to take

Fairs Artists 22-11-2017

November 22 | Frieze New York launches “Live” program dedicated to performance

Following the example of its London counterpart, Frieze New York will also feature an extensive performance program. Elsewhere, Karma International is moving to a new space in Zurich, whilst The Smithsonian Museum and Christo are in

Auction Houses Artists 21-11-2017

November 21 | Kemang Wa Lehulere wins Performa’s Malcolm McLaren Award

In New York, Christie’s auction calendar begins to take shape, with new masterpieces set to hit the market next Spring, and Performa awards its fourth Malcolm McLaren Award. In Cuba, authorities have released an artist after an unjust

Institutions Movements 20-11-2017

November 20 | Collector and Inhotim museum director Bernardo Paz sentenced to nine years in prison

Bernardo Paz, founder of the Inhotim museum which welcomes thousands of visitors every year, has been sentenced to nine years in prison for money laundering. Elsewhere, Paris’ museum of digital art begins to takes shape and the Shanghai Biennial announces new

Fairs Artists 17-11-2017

November 17 | Independent New York announces 2018 exhibitors

The New York and Brussels-based art fair strives to achieve gender equality among its exhibitors. In other news, this season’s New York auction sales are coming to a close, with good results.

Fairs Artists 16-11-2017

November 16 | Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi realizes a staggering $450 million!

At Christie’s New York, the sale of Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi broke all records. Elsewhere, art fair Zona Maco has a new director, whilst Miami welcomes a new fair dedicated exclusively to women

Artists Institutions 15-11-2017

November 15 | The Edvard Munch Art Award goes to Kerstin Brätsch

The New York-based, German-born artist has won a major award. Elsewhere, Modern and Impressionist sales in New York continue to break records, whilst the Walker Art Center has a new

Auction Houses Fairs 14-11-2017

November 14 | The New Museum Triennial announces 2018 program

In New York, the New Museum looks to emerging artists, whilst Christie’s past and future sales continue to feature all-time

Artists Galleries 13-11-2017

November 13 | A new foundation dedicated to catalogues raisonnés

Scholar and St. Etienne gallery director Jane Kallir will launch a new foundation dedicated to catalogues raisonnés and related research. Elsewhere, David Zwirner announces representation of a new artist . In Paris, Sotheby’s photography auctions were a

Auction Houses Artists 10-11-2017

November 10 | Man Ray breaks all records at Christie’s

In Paris, photography takes center stage at both the Grand Palais and at Christie’s, where early photography continues to attract prestigious collectors, ready to bid and break all records. In other news, prizes are awarded, and some spark

Fairs People 09-11-2017

November 9 | Armory Show director Benjamin Genocchio accused of sexual harassment

Following the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the art world has also seen high-profile names such as Artforum co-publisher Knight Landesman fall from grace. Thousands of artists, curators, gallerists, art critics, and other art-world workers have also signed an open letter in The Guardian, denouncing sexual harassment within the art world. Today, Benjamin Genocchio has been revealed as the latest of the sexual predators who will lose their job in the wake of the Weinstein

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