Auction Houses Artists 02-10-2017

October 2 | A good week for women in the arts

As eleven of the art world’s most powerful women call for increased efforts in achieving gender equality within the industry, new appointments internationally recognize the important role women play at art institutions worldwide. Elsewhere, Sotheby’s first sale of Post-war and Contemporary photography sees mixed

Auction Houses Institutions 29-09-2017

September 29 | “We Dream Under the Same Sky”, exhibition to raise funds to help refugees raises €2 million

In Paris, galleries, artists and art dealers have come together to raise funds in favor of refugees. Elsewhere, two US institutions are the winner of the first Sotheby’s Prize, whereas Almine Rech announces an important

Institutions Fairs 28-09-2017

September 28 | Hoor Al Qasimi is the new president of the International Biennial Association

In today’s news, several appointments internationally. In New York, The Studio Museum has revealed plans for an ambitious expansion.

Artists Galleries 27-09-2017

September 27 | Gavin Brown’s Enterprise to raise funds for Puerto Rico

After Hurricane Maria left it devastated, the island of Puerto Rico is facing an uncertain future — in the meantime, New York gallery Gavin Brown has announced it will host a fundraising to help those affected. In other news, David Hockney gives a major gift to the Centre Pompidou, whereas Barcelona’s Joan Miró Foundation has a new

Fairs People 26-09-2017

September 26 | Loring Randolph, the new director for Frieze Americas

Following Abby Bangser’s departure to the Dia Art Foundation, and days before the opening of its London edition, Frieze announces a new director for the Americas. In other news, Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo has an exciting project in Madrid, whereas the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program is developing.

People Institutions 25-09-2017

September 25 | Travel Ban: the art world resists, but Trump goes even further

Weeks after the launch of an initiative by New York’s Guggenheim de New York and the Association of Art Museum Directors, (AAMD) aiming to oppose Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”, the president of the United States has announced the extension of the travel ban to three new countries. In other news, Münster’s Skulptur Projekte continues to be the target of

Artists Galleries 22-09-2017

September 22 | Hauser & Wirth looks to Asia

The term “mega-gallery” seems to no longer reflect the frantic rhythm at which Hauser & Wirth is moving within the business. In other news, artist Angelika Markul receives an important prize in Paris, whilst NADA Miami Beach was forced to change location due to technical

Artists Awards 21-09-2017

September 21 | Exhibitions sponsored by a weapons manufacturer? No thanks

In Germany, artists refuse to have their exhibitions financed by a weapons manufacturer, sparking debates similar to those surrounding the Tate-BP partnership. In Paris, gallery Balice Hertling launches a new space, whilst on the other side of the pond, Theaster Gates is awarded an important

Artists People 20-09-2017

September 20 | Andres Serrano’s Piss Christ will soon be on your hoodies

After Damien Hirst, Roy Lichtenstein and street artist KAWS, Supreme reveals its latest artist collaboration with artist Andres Serrano — which might or might not raise a few eyebrows. In other news, East Wing gallery has teamed up with a young and talented artist, whilst Florence Derieux waves goodbye to the Centre Pompidou.

Artists Auction Houses 19-09-2017

September 19 | Wolfgang Tillmans addresses German voters ahead of federal elections

“Every vote counts. Print the posters and ask in a pub, bakery, or workplace whether you can hang one. Or post it online.” After his anti-Brexit posters, Tillmans enters once again the political debate, this time in Germany. In other, more light-hearted news, Phillips and Mark Grotjahn can’t figure out whether the artist is, indeed, the painter behind one of the lots the auction house was planning to feature at their upcoming New York

Fairs Galleries 18-09-2017

September 18 | London gets two new art spaces

If you thought Frieze week was a busy one… you were right. Amongst a plethora of satellite events, London will see the opening of two new important spaces for the arts during Frieze week. Elsewhere, the Rybolovlev-Bouvier affair has taken even greater proportions, whilst an artist and a gallerist from Cuba team up for promoting their country’s art history.

Biennials & Triennials People 15-09-2017

September 15 | Documenta curator Adam Szymczyk has penned an outraged response to his critics

Accused of squandering taxpayers’ money, the curators of documenta have promptly responded to their critics. Elsewhere, Sotheby’s can boast another successful sale, whilst Berlin gets a new museum.

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