People Institutions 10-03-2016

March 10 | A daily digest of art news

Swiss founding director of Paris’ Chalet Society, Marc-Olivier Wahler, has been named as the new director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Museum at Michigan State

People Institutions 09-03-2016

March 9 | A daily digest of art news

Béatrice Josse has been named the new director of Magasin, the Grenoble-based museum following a unanimous vote by the center’s administrative board. Audrey Azoulay, French Minister for Culture has since validated the

Biennials & Triennials Artists 08-03-2016

March 8 | A Daily Digest of Art News

Philipp Kaiser from Berne, Switzerland — now based in Los Angeles — has been named curator of the Swiss Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. The Swiss cultural foundation Pro Helvetia has released a statement declaring that “the biennial’s jury based their decision on Philipp Kaiser’s impressive accomplishments as a curator, notably his monographic and thematic exhibitions with both public and private collections which create bridges between Europe and

Galleries Fairs 07-03-2016

March 7 | A daily digest of art news

French Gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin has announced that he is to open a new office—showroom in Seoul on April 28. This comes on the heels of reports that Perrotin is to also soon open a new space in Les Moulins outside of Paris where Galleria Continua currently runs two

Auction Houses Artists 04-03-2016

March 4 | A Daily Digest of Art News

Another one bites the dust. Miety Heiden, Vice President and Head of Contemporary Private Sales for North America at Sotheby’s is leaving the auction house. Heiden has been with Sotheby’s since

Institutions Auction Houses 03-03-2016

March 3 | A Daily Digest of Art News

During a conference at the Kunsthaus de Zurich on Tuesday, the collector and president of the World Jewish Congress, Ronald Lauder, urged Switzerland stop housing works of art linked to Nazi crimes. The American millionaire accused Switzerland of turning a blind eye to the sale and exhibition of works that were either looted or involved in forced sales under the Third

Artists Institutions 02-03-2016

March 2 | A Daily Digest of Art News

A Mumbai court has rejected Chintan Upadhyay’s bail petition. The Indian artist has been in judicial custody since his estranged wife and her lawyer were found dead in December. A post-mortem has revealed that Hema Upadhyay’s cause of death was

Auction Houses Galleries 01-03-2016

March 1 | A Daily Digest of Art News

Bonhams have fired Deputy Chairman of Asia, Magnus Renfrew along with seven other Hong-Kong-based employees in light of the market drop in Asia. Bonhams will keep on a team of 18 employees in Hong Kong despite fierce competition in the region from Christie’s, Sotheby’s and mainland auctioneers China Guardian Auctions Co as well as a tough market

Auction Houses Artists 29-02-2016

February 29 | A daily digest of art news

The wave of departures continues at Sotheby’s, this time it is Chairman Europe, Henry Wyndham, who is leaving the auction house. Following 22 years at the auction house he announced that he was stepping down via an internal

Biennials & Triennials Artists 26-02-2016

February 26 | A daily digest of art news

Chennai’s first ever international photo festival opened its doors today. The Chennai Photo Biennale, jointly organized by the Goethe-Institut Chennai and Travelling Lens, runs through March 13 and comprises several print exhibitions, workshops, artist talks, symposium and curated

Galleries Artists 25-02-2016

February 25 | A daily digest of art news

Pace Gallery is to open its new exhibition space at 229 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto, on April 27 with a show dedicated to James Turrell, featuring holograms and a new light installation, on display until July

Institutions 24-02-2016

February 24 | A daily digest of art news

Oslo’s new city council has announced that it will indeed go through with construction of the new Edvard Munch museum, which is set to open in 2020. The NOK 2.7 billion ($314 million) project has been met with much

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