Institutions Galleries 06-06-2017

June 6 | Artist Pope.L takes home the Whitney Biennial’s Bucksbaum Award

In today’s news, Pope.L’s meat-filled installation at the Whitney Biennial grants him a prestigious prize. Just outside New York, the Hamptons lose yet another fair, whilst Tate Britain undergoes a major


Institutions Artists 02-06-2017

June 2 | Louise Blouin to turn employees into contract freelance workers

After reports surfacing that Blouin’s media empire is experiencing financial woes, a total company restructure will see its entire workforce fired and requested to re-apply on freelance contracts. Though they hope to up their workforce numbers because of it — this is a risky move for the company, and might see employees work less hours with unstable pay. In other news, Google update art search engines, and it’s rumoured drag-king artist Diane Torr has passed away.


Artists People 01-06-2017

June 1 | Disappearing art work draws attention to disappearing refugees at Documenta 14

Despite a particularly undermining response from artist Roger Bernat, whose sculpture was stolen from the Documenta 14 exhibition by LGBTQI+ Refugees GR activist group, the event has drawn attention to the exhibition’s use of refugees as casual workers on the project and the large number of asylum seekers disappearing — deported to neighbouring countries, trafficked, exploited and neglected.


Fairs Artists 31-05-2017

May 31 | Exciting details revealed for Prospect New Orleans and Contemporary Istanbul

Contemporary Istanbul draws in 22 new participating galleries, whilst California-born artist Kara Walker looks set to create a new large-scale installation for this year’s Prospect New Orleans — if it is anything like her last public work, it’s sure to draw


Galleries Artists 30-05-2017

May 30 | Parisian African art museum abandons permanent space

Despite the growing market excitement surrounding contemporary African art, it seems that art museums such as Paris’ Musée Dapper, long dedicated to the field, are experiencing a slump. In other news, French-Chinese artist Zao Wou-ki sets records in Hong Kong, and Tracy Emin makes a dig at those “male


Artists Institutions 29-05-2017

May 29 | Tate 2018

Exciting news coming from the Tate! Joan Jones and Anni Albers to feature in two solo shows in 2018 at the Tate Modern, whilst Tate Britain debuts All Too Human, which will feature London-based artists from the second half of the 20th century, including Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon. Meanwhile, there's trouble in Italy with courts making an unprecedented decision to halt the appointment of five museum directors. It seems Skype calls aren’t substantial enough to secure such prestigious


Artists People 26-05-2017

May 26 | Riopelle explodes at auction

It is hard to keep up with art auction records these days, with last week’s gigaweek in New York totting up a staggering $1.6 billion worth of art exchanged — seeing three auction houses squeeze 11 sales of Impressionist, Modern, postwar and contemporary art into just five days. However it seems Jean-Paul Riopelle from Quebec has surprised audiences far and wide with the $ 7.4 million sale of his Vent du nord


Galleries Institutions 25-05-2017

May 25 | The NEA prepares to close down

In today’s news, more comings and goings in New York galleries whilst in Berlin a new art fair is born from a merger between abc Berlin and Art Cologne. Elsewhere, the first edition of the Anna Morettini prize is awarded to Stéphane


Artists Galleries 24-05-2017

May 24 | Coming and goings in New York

Another closure was announced yesterday in New York as CRG Gallery, a longtime player on the contemporary art scene, is closing its doors. Meanwhile, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts has launched the Roy Lichtenstein Award, the result of a $1 million gift from the Lichtenstein


Artists Biennials & Triennials 23-05-2017

May 23 | ‘Stable and strong my arse’

Posters cropping up around London last week caused quite a stir. With a simple but resonate statement, British artist Jeremy Deller called PM Theresa May out on her election slogan — “strong and stable leadership” — for the upcoming elections, in light of a number of political U-turns regarding economic reforms. The affordable posters, at £30 each, have been praised widely for hitting the nail on the head.


Institutions 22-05-2017

May 22 | The Frick Collection at the forefront of digitization

With summer fast approaching, the announcements are flooding in. The Frick Collection reveals the details of its project to digitize a vast number of works, whilst in Germany, Chris Dercon, after his controversial appointment, announces the details of his first programming at the Volksbühne theater in


Artists Auction Houses 19-05-2017

May 19 | Basquiat becomes the most expensive US artist with $110.5 record at Sotheby’s

At Sotheby’s, a 1982 work by Basquiat smashes all records. Elsewhere, the Contour Biennale chooses its next curator, whilst 26 artists are announced as the finalists of the John Ruskin


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