Auction Houses Artists 01-04-2016

April 1 | A Daily Digest of Art News

The Great Sotheby’s Exodus continues, this time it is Cheyenne Westphal, International Head of Contemporary Art, who is leaving the auction house, after 25 years of service. Olivier Barker has since been promoted to President Europe, whilst Alex Branczik will head the London contemporary art

Artists Institutions 31-03-2016

March 31 | A daily digest of art news

British artist Idris Khan has been selected to realize a sculpture for the new Memorial Park in Abu Dhabi. The artwork will be revealed on November 30 ahead of the sculpture park’s opening in December. Parallel to this commission, the artist is also to produce a piece for the American Embassy in

Galleries Artists 30-03-2016

March 30 | A Daily Digest of art news

Greene Naftali is to open a pop-up gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The gallery, based in Chelsea, is to occupy a former garage with an exhibition of work by A. Lutz Bacher which is to open on April

Institutions People 29-03-2016

29 mars | A daily digest of art news

The Untitled Art Fair is to launch in California, the Miami fair will hold its first San Francisco edition from January 12 through 15 2017 at Pier

People Artists 25-03-2016

March 25 | A daily digest of art news

A new space is to open its doors in June in Berlin, German collector Julia Stoschek, who is on the board of the KW Institute, and whose collection is displayed in part in Dusseldorf, is to open an antenna foundation at the former Czech Cultural Center in

Artists Fairs 24-03-2016

March 24 | A daily digest of art news

Artist Hervé Télémarque has fallen out with his gallery of 22 years, Louis Carré & Cie, and is to be represented by his former Paris-based gallery Rabouan Moussion with whom he worked during the

Galleries Artists 23-03-2016

March 23 | A daily digest of art news

Mitchell-Innes & Nash gallery in New York now represents Los-Angeles based artist Mary Kelly. Kelly’s work will be on display at the Tate Britain this year as part of the exhibition “Conceptual Art in Britain 1964-1979”, her first solo show at Mitchell-Innes & Nash in late

Artists Biennials & Triennials 22-03-2016

March 22 | A daily digest of art news

José Pedro Croft has been named as the representative for Portugal at the 2017 Venice Biennial, the pavilion will be curated by art historian John Pinharanda. Born in 1957 Croft lives and works in Lisbon, his work will be displayed on the Venetian Island of Giudecca during the

Fairs Auction Houses 21-03-2016

March 21 | A daily digest of art news

The exhibitor list has been revealed for NADA New York 2016. Running concurrently to Frieze New York, from May 14 through 17, its Pier 36 location will host 105 exhibitors from 18 different

Artists Galleries 18-03-2016

March 18 | A daily digest of art news

Artist Sophie Jung has been named as the first recipient of the Luxembourg Encouragement for Artists Prize. Her work is currently on display at the Rotondes in Luxembourg-Bonneville alongside the three other finalists. Jung receives a €12,500 cash

Fairs Auction Houses 17-03-2016

March 17 | A daily digest of art news

Art Stage Singapore heads to Jakarta. From August 5 through 7, Lorenzo Rudolf, founder of the fair, will present 50 galleries for the first edition of Art Stage Jakarta. Whilst the Singapore edition fair is an international affair, the indonesian version will focus principally on local creation. Leo Silitonga, until present, director of Bazaar Art Jakarta, will head up the

Biennials & Triennials Galleries 16-03-2016

March 16 | A Daily Digest of Art News

The first edition of the Lahore Biennial in Pakistan has named Rashid Rana as artistic director. The event has been described by organizers as “the largest contemporary art event” in the country’s

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