Artists People 03-06-2016

June 3 | Dominique Lévy announces expansion of its NY gallery

Dominique Lévy Gallery has announced the expansion of its New York gallery at 909 Madison Avenue. Galerie Perrotin, which has shared the building on Madison Avenue, will move to a new location in early 2017. The first show to be held in the newly expanded gallery will be an exhibition pairing works by Willem de Kooning and Zao Wou-Ki, due to be held in January 2017.


Fairs Institutions 02-06-2016

June 2 | International Art Fair Report 2016

The Art Newspaper has published an International Art Fair Report in collaboration with British society MOMART, provider of premier fine art transport, storage and installation services.


Fairs Auction Houses 01-06-2016

June 1 | New Detroit gallery in abandoned church

Moran Bondaroff gallery is to open in an abandoned Detroit gallery measuring 50,000-square-foot this Thursday. Gallerists Paul Johnson and Al Moran, who both formerly ran galleries in New York and Los Angeles, bought the space for $6,700 and have since invested $250,000 in


Artists Institutions 31-05-2016

May 31 | Taco Dibbits appointed director of the Rijksmuseum

Director of collections Taco Dibbits has been promoted to director of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Dibbits, who has worked with the museum for the past 12 years, will replace current director Wim Pijbes in


Fairs Institutions 27-05-2016

June 27 | MCH group has its eyes set on Art Brussels

Following the announcement of plans to expand its presence in the international art market earlier this year, MCH group — the expo conglomerate owning Art Basel — seems to have its eyes set on Art Brussels.


Artists Fairs 26-05-2016

June 26 | Martin Harrison's Francis Bacon catalogue launched in London

The Estate of Francis Bacon has announced the publication of Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, a new, comprehensive catalogue surveying the entire oeuvre of the British


Online Sales Institutions 25-05-2016

May 25 | Brazil reinstates ministry of culture

The decision to cut the Brazilian ministry of culture following the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff has been reversed. The initial decision was made when an interim government declared a desire to cut government ministries from 23 to


Artists Galleries 24-05-2016

May 24 | The Courtauld Institute wins ... the lotto

The soon-to-be renovated Courtauld Institute of Art at the University of London is to receive a $13 million bequest by the Heritage Lottery Fund.


Galleries Institutions 23-05-2016

May 23 | Marciano Art Foundation to open LA museum

The Marciano Art Foundation has announced plans to open a new contemporary art museum in Los Angeles this November. The highly anticipated new museum will occupy a 100,000 square foot space on Wilshire Boulevard, currently under renovation.


Artists Galleries 28-04-2016

April 28 | Wim Delvoye to open gallery in Kashan Iran

Belgian artist Wim Delvoye has revealed his plan to open a 9,680 square-foot gallery in Kashan, Iran, three hours south of


Fairs People 27-04-2016

April 27 | Dyala Nusseibeh leaves Istanbul's Art International

Six months after the arrival of Ferran Barenblit as Director of MACBA, (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art) Tate Modern curator Tanya Barson and educator and researcher Pablo Martínez have been appointed the institution’s new Chief Curator and Head of Programming


Art Business Institutions 26-04-2016

April 25 | Deloitte's Art & Finance report

Deloitte has released its annual Art & Finance report. The findings prove the existence of an increasingly strong relationship between the art market and the broader wealth management context, with 78% of the wealth managers surveyed (up from 55% in 2014) believing their firms should provide art-related


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