June 23 | Gal Weinstein to represent Israel at the 57th Venice Biennale.
Artist Gal Weinstein has been chosen to represent Israel at the 57th edition of the Venice
Tamara Chalabi — director of Ruya, the Foundation For Contemporary Culture In Iraq — and art advisor Paolo Colombo have been chosen as curators of the Iraqi pavilion at the 57th edition of the Venice Biennale, running from May 13 through November 26,
After a three-year long certification process, Artists’ Union England (AUE) has announced today that it been officially recognized as the first trade union representing visual, applied and socially engaged artists in England.
On Monday, Israeli cultural institutions, including theaters, orchestras and dance troupes, received a form from the Culture and Sports Minister — working for the Israeli government — asking whether they had or hadn’t offered performances last year in the Negev, the Galilee or West Bank settlements.
Clare McAndrew has left TEFAF to join Art Basel. The economist, who has worked alongside TEFAF for eight years on her annual global art market report, is now sponsored by Art Basel and UBS and will publish the first Art Market Report with the Swiss fair on the occasion of the next edition of Art Basel Hong Kong, due to take place between March 23 and 25, 2017.
“Just as the Revolution encouraged Russia’s first avant-garde, Garage hopes to spur the next.” With these words, the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow, has announced the launch of the country’s first ever contemporary art biennale.