Institutions Galleries 29-08-2017

August 29 | The Hirshhorn Museum acquires works of avant-garde Japanese photography

A New York institution welcomes an important acquisition whilst a new project space opens in the city. Elsewhere, Hong Kong’s Para Site has a new

Art Business Awards 28-08-2017

August 28 | 2017 Tbilisi Photo Festival to focus on… fashion

In Georgia, photographers prepare for the Tbilisi Photo Festival, whilst in Portugal they take a much more political stand. Elsewhere, a Pakistani artist is recognized for his curatorial

Institutions Artists 25-08-2017

August 25 | Superstars VS the Rest

It’s almost too predictable to be called news, but auction superstars such as Basquiat still make for the largest portion of the art market’s total sales. Elsewhere, MoMA is developing its communication strategy, whilst one of America’s most important folk artists has passed

Artists People 24-08-2017

August 24 | Dimitri Rybolovlev in hot water

The never-ending saga continues with more updates from the Rybolovlev-Bouvier scandal! In other news, the Moscow Biennial has announced the program for its upcoming edition, whilst the MoMA PS1 has strengthened its curatorial

Fairs Biennials & Triennials 23-08-2017

23 August | documenta 14 engenders further controversy

documenta is almost drawing to a close, but the event has — yet again — caused a stir. Elsewhere, the post-war German artist Karl Otto Götz has passed away, whilst New York will welcome a new street art

Fairs Artists 22-08-2017

22 August | Kassel city councillor brings art into his far-right discourse

As August is drawing to a close and the art world is starting to get back to business, however comments from one politician in Kassel have shaken many. Elsewhere in the news, Cattelan’s golden toilets are to leave the Guggenheim, while NADA Miami Beach announces its participants.

Fairs People 21-08-2017

August 21 | President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities quit

As the world reels from the US president’s reaction to the Charlottesville protests, the national committee on Arts and Humanities quit in defiance. In other news, the India Art Fair gets a new director, whilst the Ullens Center in Beijing faces censorship during a major solo show, and London’s National Portrait Gallery is bequeathed a collection of portraits of black British personalities.

Institutions 18-08-2017

August 18 | Culture driving the Californian economy

A new study measuring the impact of art and culture in San Francisco has been released, whilst the Tate Modern invites visitors to participate in the creation of

Fairs Galleries 17-08-2017

17 August | Artist Peju Alatise awarded the FNB Art Prize

Three weeks before the inauguration of the Joburg Art Fair, the event has announced that artist Peju Alatise will be awarded the FNB Art Prize, while gallery Luhring Augustine announce a new artist and the Outsider Art Fair is to return to Paris. Young Italian artist Chiara Fumai has died age

Artists Biennials & Triennials 16-08-2017

16 August | Youngest member of the feminist collective iQhiya has died

The South African artist collective announced the sad news via social media, elsewhere in the news, the Turkish photographer Yusuf Sevinçli is now represented by a gallery in Istanbul and the David Roberts Art Foundation is leaving London for

Fairs Mediums 14-08-2017

14 August | Swedish Photography Museum expands to London

The UK Capital, which has hosted the renowned fair Photo London since 2015, is to soon welcome a new museum dedicated to the medium. Elsewhere in the news, a new online sales platform is to be launched while artist Martha Rosler wins (another)

Fairs 11-08-2017

11 August | New York art fair NADA relocates

In an art world that is becoming more competitive by the minute, the New York art fair NADA gets closer to its colleagues.

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