Galleries Institutions 02-11-2017

November 2 | Venice to wave goodbye to the Australian pavilion?

In today’s good news, Paris’ Ricard Foundation awards its 2018 fellowships, Simone Leigh receives an important prize and David Zwirner announces a main appointment at his Hong Kong gallery. As for the bad news, Australia might no longer participate in the Venice Biennale.

Artists Institutions 31-10-2017

October 31 | EVA International Biennial announces first participating artists

Ireland’s most important art event will welcome big names and more emerging artists. In other news, the British Museum cuts its ties with an Abu Dhabi institution, whilst Jeff Koons has another go at

Institutions Auction Houses 30-10-2017

October 30 | Turner Contemporary gets bigger

South of London, one of England’s most exciting contemporary art hubs has announced an expansion. Elsewhere, Sotheby’s scoops yet another artist estate, while Tyburn Gallery has added a new artist to its roster.

Artists Galleries 27-10-2017

October 27 | Ron Mueck sculpture becomes most recent victim of Istanbul’s Far Right

The tense atmosphere pervading Turkey at the moment — stirred up by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan — has once again provoked an incident during a contemporary art exhibition. In other news, the Art Jameel organisation is launching a request for proposals for its future art centre in Dubai, and the Prix Art [ ] Collector reveals its

Fairs People 26-10-2017

October 26 | Art Basel Hong Kong 2018 is even bigger

With the 2017 fair season soon coming to a close, we already know the galleries participating at the 2018 Art Basel, Hong Kong. In other news, more on the Bouvier-Rybolovlev

Institutions Awards 25-10-2017

October 25 | The Stedelijk Museum has a new director

In the wake of Beatrix Ruf’s resignation, the Amsterdam institution has named a new director. In other news, the prestigious Preis der Nationalgalerie has announced its 2017

Artists Galleries 24-10-2017

October 24 | Brazilian artists and activists against censorship and oppression

In Brazil, artists and activists come together to fight against repeated attacks on free speech and artistic freedom. Elsewhere, an important family of collectors is having trouble, whilst Sotheby’s will feature an important Bacon work at auction next

Auction Houses Artists 23-10-2017

October 23 | The Armory Show looks to mid-level galleries

In New York, The Armory Show expands its feature section. On this side of the pond, Christie’s delivered excellent sales during the FIAC’s week, whilst in Serbia, art and politics don’t get on too well.

Institutions 19-10-2017

October 19 | Artists in New York will soon work with former inmates

In New York, artists will contribute to the rehabilitation of former prisoners through three new residencies within the criminal justice system, and the Met appoints its new senior vice president. In London, the Southbank Centre’s Hayward Gallery has two new senior

Artists Auction Houses 18-10-2017

October 18 | Doug Aitken takes home the Frontier Art Prize

After receiving the International Prize at the “Venice Biennial” in 1999 and the Nam June Paik Art Center Prize in 2012, the American artist takes home yet another prize. In other news, Cape Town Art Fair will feature a section dedicated to female artists, whilst a new record might soon be set for Fernand Léger at

Institutions People 17-10-2017

October 17 | A Lebanese artist duo takes home the Prix Marcel Duchamp

One of France’s most prestigious prizes was awarded to an artist duo from Lebanon during an event held at Paris’ Centre Pompidou. In other news, Milan has a brand new arts space, whilst Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum will soon have to start looking for a new

Awards Artists 16-10-2017

October 16 | Yasmina Benabderrahmane wins a prestigious prize

Ahead of the opening of the FIAC, French artists are in the spotlight and artist Yasmina Benabderrahmane takes home an important prize. In other news, controversial artist Petr Pavlensky is playing with

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