Galleries Artists 18-05-2017

May 18 | Lisbon, a new safe-haven for gallerists?

With it’s scandalously cheap rent prices, the recent influx of international youth and a growing tourism sector, will Lisbon rise up as a new art capital for Europe? It’s a possibility that New York’s Monitor gallery is taking advantage of quick. Their relocation marks the gallery’s transition from temporary to permanent space. This is significant. With the recent cascade of gallery closures in major art capitals, will Lisbon be able to attract more of those galleries left

Institutions Auction Houses 17-05-2017

May 17 | Sotheby’s Impressionist and Modern Art Sale ruffles some feathers

Despite the faulty start, the sale was said to have experienced a “confident room.” Where the Impressionist works failed to excite, Modern sculptures saw a brisk bidding. In other news... with the upcoming 2022 Doha World Cup, it seems Qatar’s art scene is picking up the pace, and embarking on a huge project—Art Mill.

Artists Auction Houses 16-05-2017

May 16 | At Christie’s, a Brancusi bronze fetches a record-breaking $57.4 million

With the buzz of the Venice Biennale behind us, the art market returns to its everyday business. Christie’s inaugurates a week of Spring auctions with record-breaking sales, whilst one of Austria’s leading feminist artists receives a deserved prize.

Artists Biennials & Triennials 15-05-2017

May 15 | Anne Imhof steals the show, and the prize at the 57th Venice Biennale

German artist Anne Imhof holds the attention of the contemporary art world, winning on Saturday the Golden Lion for the German Pavilion at the Venice

Institutions People 11-05-2017

May 11 | National Gallery of Canada receives a $12 million bequest

This week new artist-gallery collaborations are established, while others come to an end.

Galleries 09-05-2017

May 9 | New York mayor to dedicate city’s arts budget to smaller municipal institutions

One New York gallery merger is announced as the city reassesses financing for its public institutions. Municipal funding might be being spread thinner, but one international auction house is launching a prize supporting museum exhibitions.

Mediums Awards 05-05-2017

May 5 | Richard Mosse takes home the 2017 prix Pictet

Photographer Richard Mosse is awarded one of the leading international prizes for photography and the Swiss Foundation Beyeler announces the details of an ambitious extension. In New York, the Whitney Museum is the stage of important protests.

Biennials & Triennials People 04-05-2017

May 4 | Dynamic jury in place for upcoming Venice Biennale

With just nine days to go, the Venice Biennale has finally revealed its judging panel. The biennale looks set to impress on May 13 when it opens with prolific performance artist and radical feminist, Carolee Schneemann receiving the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement Award. In other news, sadly the East German Neo-Expressionist artist, A.R. Penck has died, aged 77.

Institutions Awards 03-05-2017

May 3 | 2017 Turner Prize nominees

As the Turner Prize enters into its thirties, this year’s nominees surpass theirs. In other news, Auctionata have supposedly sold off its assets to Berlin’s Historia Auction House, whilst Francesco Manacorda, former artistic director of Tate Liverpool, joins Moscow’s V-A-C

Institutions Movements 02-05-2017

May 2 | NEA awarded $2 million budget boost

Great news for the NEA and NEH, who are set to receive a sturdy $150 million via Trump’s botched budget plan, after having anticipated their elimination. Meanwhile, the 10th Berlin Biennale fires up its engines, hiring a new curatorial team; and British artist Cornelia Parker is elected as the UK’s official 2017 Election Artist.

Artists Institutions 28-04-2017

April 28 | Animal sacrifice for the arts

A hot topic in the news recently, has been the running trend of contemporary artists using animals — for their bodies — in performance and installation work. Austrian artist Hermann Nitsch looks set to stage a performance in Tasmania this June, using the dead carcase of a bull. However, animal rights activists are joining forces with a 20,700-strong petition to halt the event. In other news, Do Ho Suh wins the 2017 Ho-Am Prize in South

Institutions Artists 27-04-2017

April 27 | Laboratoire Agit’Art founder, Issa Samb, passes at 71

Sad news in Dakar as celebrated Senegalese painter, Issa Samb, otherwise known as Joe Ouakam, passes away, April 25. However, with news of Jean Pigozzi’s plans to build a foundation to house his 10,000 strong collection of contemporary African art, along with the upcoming inaugural Sotheby’s sale scheduled for May 16, it seems there is no slowing in the furore of contemporary art from the African continent succeeding in the European art market.

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