Auction Houses Artists 06-12-2016

December 6 | Helen Marten takes home the 2016 Turner Prize

The Turner Prize announces its 2016 winner, whilst Sotheby’s and Artist Pension Trust take steps

Artists Biennials & Triennials 05-12-2016

December 5 | Tamara Chalabi and Paolo Colombo to curate Iraqi pavilion at 57th Venice Biennale

More news of the Venice Biennale, stark comments from Putin, and a record for Villa

Institutions Artists 01-12-2016

December 1 | Senegalese artist Ousmane Sow passes away

The art world loses two important figures, Kader Attia accuses a French rapper of plagiarism, and plans for a seafront Helsinki Guggenheim appear dead in the

Artists Institutions 30-11-2016

November 30 | Lazarides opens gallery dedicated to Banksy

London gets a devoted Banksy gallery, whilst new curators are announced for the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Ural

Institutions Galleries 29-11-2016

November 29 | The 2016 Film London Jarman Award goes to artist Heather Phillipson

Miami collection expands to huge new premises, Jack Shainman takes on a new artist, and the winner of the Film London Jarman award is

Artists Fairs 28-11-2016

November 28 | Cuban artist El Sexto abducted from his home following Castro's death

A young artist is arrested in Cuba, Dakar’s beloved arts space is in danger, and Hong Kong has some successful

Biennials & Triennials Fairs 25-11-2016

November 25 | Almine Rech and Gagosian to jointly represent Tom Wesselmann's estate

In today’s news, some of the leading European fairs and biennials announce their exhibitor lists, Gabi Ngcombo gets busy as she is appointed to curate Berlin’s biennial and Nicholas Serota receives long-awaited

Institutions Galleries 24-11-2016

November 24 | Bureau gallery supports fight against inequality

Kunstmuseum Basel sees a change of leadership, Canadian artist breaks record at auction, and UK culture scene gets a much needed boost with tax credit for museums and

Online Sales Fairs 23-11-2016

November 23 | Jenni Lomax to step down from Camden Arts Center

In today’s news, London loses one great asset but gains another, Canada continues to be the trailblazing, welcoming country it’s always been, and art patron Victor Pinchuk becomes embroiled in dubious

Artists Institutions 22-11-2016

November 22 | Artnet acquires Tutela in the battle for big data

In a bid to further harness the power of big data, German-owned online price database and auctioneer Artnet has acquired Tutela Capital SA, a boutique analytics firm created by Fabien Bocart, for an undisclosed

Auction Houses 21-11-2016

November 21 | Future Generation Art Prize announces 21 finalists

Today, Kiev’s PinchukArtCentre announced the nominees for the fourth edition of the Future Generation Art Prize. The prize, which was set up by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in 2009, recognizes international, up-and-coming artists aged 35 and

Institutions Artists 18-11-2016

November 18 | $1.1 million work by Njideka Akunyili Crosby smashes artist’s previous record at Sotheby’s

As New York’s autumn sales begin to come to a close, Sotheby’s evening contemporary art auction that took place in New York on November 17 racked up a total of $237.4 million before premium, at the lower end of its $209 million to $302 million

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