Artists 28-03-2017

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Artists 28-03-2017

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Artists 28-03-2017

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People Institutions 28-03-2017

March 28 | MA in Middle Eastern contemporary arts to launch at Birmingham City University

Despite a number of galleries having closed up shop in New York, the art world’s big names continue to invest in bigger and sleeker spaces. The Western world is also continuing to open up to Middle East and Indian art, despite a global political shift toward populism.


Galleries Institutions 27-03-2017

March 27 | South London Gallery invests in Peckham community enterprise

New hires across multiple institutes sees the Northern American art world slowly refreshing its vision. Whilst across the pond South London Gallery is making advances having raised £3.3m in funds for its new space at the former Peckham Road Fire


Art Business Institutions 24-03-2017

March 24 | The art world is still far from gender equality

Despite an increase in the number of female museum directors worldwide, the gender gap persists, especially when it comes to money. Elsewhere, two Polish artists might risk incarceration, whilst documenta continues to reveal more details about its upcoming


Institutions Biennials & Triennials 23-03-2017

March 23 | Financial worries for Documenta

Documenta is in two weeks, and it is the time for the organizers to make their demands heard. In other news, Lionel Sabatté has won the 2017 Drawing Now Prize at the fair in Paris, as Sophie Calle embarks on a 25-year project at the age of 63.


Galleries Biennials & Triennials 22-03-2017

March 22 | The ever-expanding Asian art market

The highly anticipated Art Market report written by Clare McAndrew for Art Basel HK offers different conclusions from that recently published by TEFAF. Whilst it appears that Asian buyers are the most dynamic, it's clear that such an opaque market has proved difficult to measure. In other news, Pace Gallery expands in Hong Kong, and response to Whitney Biennale stands


Institutions Galleries 21-03-2017

March 21 | Chinese outpost for the Centre Pompidou finally underway?

In today’s news, the art market appears strong as Christie’s announces that one of the finest works by Cy Twombly will be featured at their New York sale in May. Whilst the MoMA sadly loses one of the most important donors and philanthropist of its history, the ICA and ICI acquire new staff.


Biennials & Triennials People 20-03-2017

March 20 | Innovation in the arts

The 2017 Venice Biennale looks set to host two new additions this summer: The Green Light Project, pioneering engagement with refugees within the arts – rather than commenting on the “crisis” from the outside – and the 1st Antarctic Biennale, making its debut as “a unique sociocultural phenomenon,” showcasing an exhibition on the future of arts innovation on a


Institutions Fairs 17-03-2017

March 17 | 7 artists and 7 tech figures for Rhizome's Seven on Seven

New York, Rhizome unveils details of the new edition of Seven on Seven, where artist meets geek. In other news, Guggenheim Foundation Board elects a new director, and a Swiss gallery gives up its physical


People Institutions 16-03-2017

March 16 | Trump dumps National Arts Endowment

As Trump submits his first federal budget plan, the US might actually wave goodbye to the National Arts Endowment. In other news, Art Basel Hong Kong takes a step into the virtual reality world, whilst Versailles announces that it will now change its format to group


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