1 September | LA talent agency to open exhibition space
United Talent Agency, who launched a fine art division in 2015 with the help of art lawyer Joshua Roth, have announced plans to open an exhibition
A group of Israeli artists, museum directors and art educators have sued their country’s Ministry of Culture following the appointment of Miri Regev, an Israeli army brigadier-general to Minister for Culture and the subsequent silencing that the country’s creatives have felt.
Vladimir Potanine — Russia’s richest man, with an estimated fortune of $15 billion — has gifted the Centre Pompidou (Paris) with more than 250 works of Contemporary Russian and Soviet
Moscow’s Garage Museum has announced details of its off-site programming, which will be housed in St Petersburg’s “Pavilion”, a park and temporary exhibition space on New Holland Island, the new hip area of the city, slowly turning in a contemporary arts hub after having been bought by Roman Abramovich, husband to Garage founder Dasha
Thanks to a £300,000 fund provided by Arts Council England under the International Showcasing programme, London-based International Curators Forum (ICF) will display works by ten Black British artists at the 2017 Venice Biennale at the “Black British Diaspora
The Chinese life insurance company Taikang Life Insurance Co. will join Sotheby’s roster of shareholders, revealing that it has acquired a 13.5% active stake in the auction house, thus becoming Sotheby’s largest