Institutions Artists 06-09-2017

September 6 | The Louvre Abu Dhabi will open at last!

It is a few years late, but the museum designed by Jean Nouvel will (finally) open this November. In other news, an Edinburgh museum is saved from closure, whilst Gerhard Richter will have his works on show at the German

Galleries Artists 05-09-2017

September 5 | Haegue Yang receives the Wolfgang Hahn Prize

Korean artist Haegue Yang receives an important award, while elsewhere the first Aren Biennale (China) has announced its

Auction Houses Artists 04-09-2017

September 4 | Italy makes a decisive change in export laws

Italian dealers have obtained much more leeway with new legislation easing export taxes. In other news, California has a new foundation, whilst Christie’s adds a new London sale to its

Fairs Biennials & Triennials 01-09-2017

September 1 | Rashid Rana steps down as artistic director of Lahore Biennial

In New York, a new gallery pledges to fights against the city’s gentrification by supporting underrepresented artists. Elsewhere, two galleries will make their debut at NADA Miami Beach, whilst the Lahore Biennial might have to rethink its

Institutions Artists 31-08-2017

August 31 | Performa Biennial to focus on African artists

Good news: New York’s performance biennial Performa has announced that it will give center stage to African artists. Bad news: a group of Berlin-based artists might soon lose their working

Art Business Institutions 30-08-2017

August 30 | The Agnes Gund Curatorial Award goes to Jochen Volz

Jochen Volz receives the Agnes Gund Curatorial Award, following in the footsteps of several of the world’s most brilliant curators. In other news, American museums fare worse than their European counterparts, although visitors of US institutions are fighting to preserve

Institutions Galleries 29-08-2017

August 29 | The Hirshhorn Museum acquires works of avant-garde Japanese photography

A New York institution welcomes an important acquisition whilst a new project space opens in the city. Elsewhere, Hong Kong’s Para Site has a new

Art Business Awards 28-08-2017

August 28 | 2017 Tbilisi Photo Festival to focus on… fashion

In Georgia, photographers prepare for the Tbilisi Photo Festival, whilst in Portugal they take a much more political stand. Elsewhere, a Pakistani artist is recognized for his curatorial

Institutions Artists 25-08-2017

August 25 | Superstars VS the Rest

It’s almost too predictable to be called news, but auction superstars such as Basquiat still make for the largest portion of the art market’s total sales. Elsewhere, MoMA is developing its communication strategy, whilst one of America’s most important folk artists has passed

Artists People 24-08-2017

August 24 | Dimitri Rybolovlev in hot water

The never-ending saga continues with more updates from the Rybolovlev-Bouvier scandal! In other news, the Moscow Biennial has announced the program for its upcoming edition, whilst the MoMA PS1 has strengthened its curatorial

Fairs Biennials & Triennials 23-08-2017

23 August | documenta 14 engenders further controversy

documenta is almost drawing to a close, but the event has — yet again — caused a stir. Elsewhere, the post-war German artist Karl Otto Götz has passed away, whilst New York will welcome a new street art

Fairs Artists 22-08-2017

22 August | Kassel city councillor brings art into his far-right discourse

As August is drawing to a close and the art world is starting to get back to business, however comments from one politician in Kassel have shaken many. Elsewhere in the news, Cattelan’s golden toilets are to leave the Guggenheim, while NADA Miami Beach announces its participants.

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