Biennials & TriennialsInstitutions 12-08-2017

Exodus: A Mirror of Hope for the Future of Art Biennials

Interview by artist and biennial participant Anne Murray, — Master of Fine Arts and Master of Science in Theory, History, and Criticism of Art and Architecture, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, USA — with the curators and co-founders of the Mediterranean Biennial of Contemporary Art of Oran,

MediumsInstitutions 09-08-2017

Rencontres d’Arles 2017 | The Highlights

Visiting Arles over the summer is a question of drawing up a list of priorities.

InstitutionsPeople 07-08-2017

What all art students should be reading right now

There’s already several hundred articles promoting art books, art market publications, artist biographies and so on — all of which are arguably more or less fundamental reading. We have asked a number of art world figures — including gallerists, artists, professors, critics — what all

ArtistsBiennials & Triennials 07-08-2017

The death of a nation | The Serbian pavilion in Venice

Since its inception in 1895, and especially in the last decades, the Venice Biennale has received criticism for its stiff nation-based system. Most recently, a panel organized during the 2017 edition of Miart, titled “Thinking beyond the Nation in the National Pavilion Model” saw curators

Auction HousesArtists 07-08-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, gazing past the surface in pursuit of deeper

Institutions 31-07-2017

How matter frames technique | Jean-Baptiste Lagadec

“From the moment I arrived in Japan I was overwhelmed by the number of tools they had. Even in the most basic DIY store, the sheer multiplicity of tools they offered, each with their own specificity, astounded me — it made me feel powerless, you know?”

Art BusinessInstitutions 31-07-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, digging into public statements in search of a fuller

InstitutionsOnline Sales 24-07-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. In this week's back-from-vacation mega-edition, a trio of stories where comparisons brought devastating

Artists 20-07-2017

Château Chasse-Spleen | Where everything’s only order and beauty

“Always be drunk. That's it! The great imperative! In order not to feel time's horrid fardel bruise your shoulders, grinding you into the earth, get drunk and stay that way.” Charles Baudelaire. But drunk on what? On wine, poetry or

InstitutionsMovements 19-07-2017

The Economy of Living Things

In 2007 Paris’ Jeu de Paume initiated its Satellite programme, commissioned with CAPC Bordeaux and MABA in Nogent-sur-Marne; welcoming a visiting curator each year to create a series of exhibitions, inviting young — often international — artists to present their work. The Jeu de Paume is best

Institutions 12-07-2017

What to see in Paris this summer

France is infamously defined by its sleepy summer months. The habitual vacating of city centres in favour of the coast and the countryside often mean that galleries and museums close their doors as Paris (and other arts hubs) empty out. However there are a few spaces that keep running, and the

PeopleArtists 10-07-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. In this edition, stories that hinged on the fine print––or lack

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