Artists Fairs 26-05-2016

June 26 | Martin Harrison's Francis Bacon catalogue launched in London

The Estate of Francis Bacon has announced the publication of Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, a new, comprehensive catalogue surveying the entire oeuvre of the British

Online Sales Institutions 25-05-2016

May 25 | Brazil reinstates ministry of culture

The decision to cut the Brazilian ministry of culture following the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff has been reversed. The initial decision was made when an interim government declared a desire to cut government ministries from 23 to

Artists Galleries 24-05-2016

May 24 | The Courtauld Institute wins ... the lotto

The soon-to-be renovated Courtauld Institute of Art at the University of London is to receive a $13 million bequest by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Galleries Institutions 23-05-2016

May 23 | Marciano Art Foundation to open LA museum

The Marciano Art Foundation has announced plans to open a new contemporary art museum in Los Angeles this November. The highly anticipated new museum will occupy a 100,000 square foot space on Wilshire Boulevard, currently under renovation.

Artists Galleries 28-04-2016

April 28 | Wim Delvoye to open gallery in Kashan Iran

Belgian artist Wim Delvoye has revealed his plan to open a 9,680 square-foot gallery in Kashan, Iran, three hours south of

Fairs People 27-04-2016

April 27 | Dyala Nusseibeh leaves Istanbul's Art International

Six months after the arrival of Ferran Barenblit as Director of MACBA, (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art) Tate Modern curator Tanya Barson and educator and researcher Pablo Martínez have been appointed the institution’s new Chief Curator and Head of Programming

Art Business Institutions 26-04-2016

April 25 | Deloitte's Art & Finance report

Deloitte has released its annual Art & Finance report. The findings prove the existence of an increasingly strong relationship between the art market and the broader wealth management context, with 78% of the wealth managers surveyed (up from 55% in 2014) believing their firms should provide art-related

Biennials & Triennials People 26-04-2016

April 26 | Curator of the Italian Pavilion named for 57th Venice Biennale

Cecilia Alemani has been appointed curator of the Italian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, running from May 13 through November 26,

Artists Galleries 22-04-2016

April 22 | Damien Hirst back to Gagosian Gallery

British artist Damien Hirst is returning to New York’s Gagosian gallery. In 2012, the Hirst had ended his 17 year relationship with the gallery, in order to “think about the work and not think so much about the market”, according to Larry

Artists Fairs 21-04-2016

April 21 | Yayoi Kusama among the world’s most influential people

Artist Yayoi Kusama and architect Bjarke Ingels are among the world’s most influential people according to Times’ annual 100

Institutions Artists 20-04-2016

April 20 | A daily digest of art news

Tate Modern has revealed its 2017 program, which will include exhibitions by David Hockney, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rachel Whiteread, Emilia and Ilya Kabokov, Fahrelnissa Zeid, Alberto Giacometti as well as the “most comprehensive” retrospective of Amedeo Modigliani’s work ever seen in the

Artists Biennials & Triennials 19-04-2016

April 19 | A daily digest of art news

Mark Bradford will represent the U.S. at the 2017 Venice Biennale. Rose Art Museum director Christopher Bedford — co-curator of the American pavilion alongside art critic Katy Siegel — explained his choice in an official statement, where he spoke of Mark Bradford as “the leading abstract painter of his

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