Artists Galleries 01-09-2016

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


Artists Galleries 31-08-2016

31 August | Israeli creatives sue Ministry of Culture

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.


Mediums Artists 30-08-2016

August 30 | Terry Richardson to publish more intimate new book

Photographer Terry Richardson — who has taken the portraits of, among others, president Barack Obama, James Franco, Miley Cyrus, Cara Delevingne and Amber Heard — is to publish a new book.


Galleries Artists 29-08-2016

August 29 | Lisa Cooley Gallery closes its doors

After eight years in New York’s Lower East Side — first at 34 Orchard Street and then at 107 Norfolk St — Lisa Cooley Gallery is closing the doors of its 4,800 square foot


Institutions Auction Houses 26-08-2016

August 26 | The Centre Pompidou receives major donation of contemporary Russian

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


Institutions Artists 19-08-2016

August 19 | The Museums Association defends Tate and BP

The Museums Association has issued an open letter declaring that the Tate’s BP sponsorship is not in breach of their ethics code following a request from the Art Not Oil coalition to look into the


Art Business Fairs 12-08-2016

August 12 | The Artist Pension Trust distributes first collective proceeds since its foundation

The Artist Pension Trust (APT) has announced it has handed back its first returns since its foundation in


Institutions People 04-08-2016

August 4 | Moscow’s Garage Museum announces first offshoot exhibition in St. Petersburg

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


Artists Galleries 03-08-2016

August 3 | Jeff Wall leaves Marian Goodman for Gagosian

After 25 years at Marian Goodman, photographer Jeff Wall has left the gallery and is now represented by


Biennials & Triennials Mediums 02-08-2016

August 2 | Black British Diaspora Pavilion gets go ahead for Venice 2017

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


Institutions Artists 01-08-2016

August 1 | Tate ordered to reveal BP sponsorship deal details

The Tate Britain has been ordered by an information tribunal to reveal the amount of money it received from oil giant BP from 2007 to


Auction Houses People 28-07-2016

July 28 | Chinese life insurance company Taikang invests in Sotheby’s

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


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