Artists Galleries 14-03-2017

March 14 | New York’s art scene looks set to expand and diverge

Brooklyn’s Batclave harks back to its industrial roots with the help of Tate Modern Power Station duo, Herzog & de Meuron. Meanwhile, the West Chelsea art gallery scene will expand dramatically with an additional 15 spaces added to its crowd, along with the new concept ‘High Line Nine’ galleria. In other news, archives acquired for photographers Annie Leibovitz and Allan Sekula to go on public display.

Institutions Fairs 13-03-2017

March 13 | Culture, the engine of social wellbeing

In the news, the TEFAF announces a new report on sales online, the Andy Warhol Museum has a new Director, and it is confirmed, where culture flourishes, wellbeing follows...

Artists Institutions 10-03-2017

March 10 | London’s Royal College of Art is the world’s leading university for art and design

In today’s news: Jeff Koons is once again in legal trouble, and this time, he has dragged Paris’ Centre Pompidou down with him. Elsewhere, Jenny Holzer stands out for entirely different reasons: she will be the first woman artist to be featured at Blenheim Palace, following in the footsteps of Ai Weiwei, Lawrence Weiner, and Michelangelo Pistoletto. As for the Royal College of Art, the institution is recognized as the world’s leading in the arts. Great way to celebrate turning

Institutions Auction Houses 09-03-2017

March 9 | Stephanie Rosenthal takes to the helm at Martin-Gropius-Bau

The German art world thrives: the Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum steals away the Hayward's curator, whilst Georg Baselitz and Gerhard Richter realize new records at

Artists Fairs 08-03-2017

March 8 | Setting Records for Oehlen, Crosby, Tillmans: last night’s Christie’s

Superb sales at Christie's last night in London signal the good health of the contemporary art market, with many records surpassed. In the rest of the news, the closure of a beautiful Australian photography gallery, and a new museum project in Paris for Bernard

Galleries Artists 07-03-2017

March 7 | #SaatchiSelfie judges announced, including Tracey Emin, Idris Khan and Juergen Teller

Young faces rising to prominent positions in New York, whilst London taps into the selfie craze with 8,000 faces from around the globe.

Fairs Galleries 06-03-2017

March 6 | Institute of Arab and Islamic Art to open in New York

Despite sales having dropped by 40% in the US in 2016, New York’s premiere art fair has still managed to deliver strong results. Elsewhere, Beijing gets its own gallery week-end and New York its own Arab cultural institute.

Galleries Artists 03-03-2017

March 3 | Mariane Ibrahim wins Armory Show's inaugural Presents Booth Prize

With yet another Anti-Trump petition being signed across the US, the country continues to respond to its new presidential administration. Elsewhere, New York might soon become a (fiscal) paradise for art

Institutions Galleries 02-03-2017

March 2 | Boston’s ICA to open a new seasonal space

Boston’s ICA is opening a new space intended for the warmer months, which is slated to open in Summer 2018. In other news, Sotheby's London sales see success and museum selfies prove

Online Sales Auction Houses 01-03-2017

March 1 | It's all over for Auctionata

Launched in 2012, online auction house Auctionata has ceased its activities. Elsewhere, Thomas P. Campbell’s resignation from the MET comes as a bolt from the

Artists Auction Houses 28-02-2017

February 28 | Esther Schipper thinks bigger in Berlin, moves to the heart of the city’s gallery district

Several international galleries get things moving this week, with new representations and new spaces being opened. In other news, Sotheby’s and China continue to dominate the art

Galleries Artists 27-02-2017

February 27 | Alison Jacques Gallery now represents Juergen Teller

There have been a lot of changes for galleries today, with Alison Jacques and Marc Straus adding new artists to their roster, and Lisson Gallery opening another space in New York.

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