Artists 28-07-2017

July 28 | MCA Chicago acquires collection of contemporary female photography

Some fifty works by female photographers exploring facets of politics, history, and identity through the medium have been gifted to Chicago’s biggest museum of contemporary art. In other news, the streets of New York will today host a march, organised by arts foundation Kindred Arts, in commemoration of the civil rights Silent Parade protest of


Galleries People 27-07-2017

July 27 | Philippe de Montebello joins Acquavella Galleries

The art world doesn’t seem to want to take its ritual summer break yet. In New York, a former museum director enters the commercial sector. Elsewhere, Dana Schutz’s works continue to spark protests, whilst LACMA officializes plans for a new


Auction Houses Fairs 26-07-2017

July 26 | Galleries announced for 2017 Abu Dhabi Art

Do you want the good news or the bad news first? Whilst Sotheby’s registers a steady growth as compared to last year, Abounaddara Films’ on the Syrian refugee crisis are no longer available for streaming because of… Milan’s


Artists Fairs 25-07-2017

July 25 | More biennials and triennials

Whilst feminist group Pussy Riot plan on having London audiences experience the harrowing conditions of Russian prison camps, the art calendar for the latter part of 2017 is beginning to take


Institutions 24-07-2017

July 24 | Beirut to get a new museum of Arab Art

A project for a new, private museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is the latest addition to Beirut’s burgeoning arts scene. Elsewhere, Christie’s shuffles things around, whilst a Parisian gallery changes location.


Institutions 21-07-2017

July 21 | Campaign for free movement launched by a-n

With the uncertain impact of Brexit rapidly approaching on the horizon, the UK’s a-n has initiated a campaign to protect the free movement of creative professionals across Europe. In other UK news, a study hopes to push arts therapy into the NHS’s mental health program in order to save money and maximise patient support.


Institutions Biennials & Triennials 20-07-2017

July 20 | Lygia Pape’s daughter files against LG Electronics

As it’s often the case, another big brand seems to have overlooked the significance of copyright in one of their marketing campaigns. In other news, the 2018 art world calendar is taking shape, whilst Damien Hirst is reconsidering some of his business


Online Sales People 19-07-2017

July 19 | Artsy, king of the online art market

Great news for both Artsy and Christie’s as the companies welcome positive upward trends. Elsewhere, New York loses yet another


Galleries People 18-07-2017

July 18 | Mayor de Blasio invests in the New York arts communities

In the face of New York’s skyrocketing rent prices, artists are being given a helping hand from Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has unveiled ambitious plans to create affordable studios. In other news, San Francisco's Untitled Art Fair has appointed its first official director after five years under the guidance of founder Jeff Lawson, and mega gallery David Zwirner opens a space in Hong


Galleries 17-07-2017

July 17 | Istanbul gallery Rampa to close

Sad news for one of the most exciting Turkish galleries, as the director of Rampa announces its closure. Elsewhere, FIAC and the Rencontres de Bamako announce more details of their 2017


Institutions Auction Houses 13-07-2017

July 13 | A record year for the Tate

Museums across the globe have released their visitor numbers for the fiscal year April 2016 — March 2017, whilst the Hamptons gets a new art far, replacing the cancelled Art Hamptons and Art Southampton. In Italy auction turnover is on the


Fairs Institutions 12-07-2017

July 12 | Things aren’t looking good for Blouin

Yet again, there is more bad news to report for Louise Blouin’s media empire. Elsewhere, TEFAF gets a new president, while staffing gets a shake up at Christie’s and


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