ArtistsGalleries 23-11-2017

The London shows to see before the end of the year

Ahead of Art Basel Miami Beach wrapping up the 2017 fair calendar, and as galleries prepare for a much-needed break, we take a look at the London shows to see before the end of the

Galleries 21-11-2017

joségarcía mx | Galleries Earthquakes Relocations and Passion

If you’ve ever been to the FIAC, EXPO Chicago or Art Basel, you’ve certainly crossed paths with the Mexico City-based joségarcía, mx, a gallery that has been virtually everywhere in the past three years. We’ve met with José García Torres following the opening of a new space after the

Fairs 17-11-2017

Pillows and Panic an art attack at the Istanbul Biennial

Earlier this year, Panickattack Duo (the artists otherwise known as Naz Balkaya and Emilia Demetriou) participated at the Istanbul Biennial with the performance Jiwar, which is Moroccan Arabic for “neighborhood”, evoking the theme of the Elmgreen & Dragset-curated event, “A Good Neighbor”.

Artists 16-11-2017

One artist one studio —Part 3

Artist studios are both workplaces and places of study, spaces where an artist’s momentary passions are made visible, where abandoned works and works in progress are heaped together, regardless of whether they will eventually be realized or left behind for

Artists 16-11-2017

One artist One Studio | Alison Bignon

Although it might come across as quite eclectic, there is a common thread running through the work of artist Alison Bignon. A story-teller at heart, Bignon explores intimate, personal narratives through watercolor

Artists 14-11-2017

How has our perception of conflict changed since 9/11? A London show addresses the question

Sixteen years after 9/11 and just a couple of years after the Paris attacks, a London exhibition looks to the long-lasting effects of the wave of terrorism that has hit the West in the last two decades through the work of 40 contemporary artists, among whom Ai Weiwei, Grayson Perry, Gerhard

InstitutionsFairs 13-11-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, three stories about accelerating toward

FairsGalleries 10-11-2017

AKAA | Highlights from the fair’s successful second edition

Speaking to director Victoria Mann, it is very clear that AKAA — Also Known As Africa — is not settling for being a mere addition to Paris Photo week. Although photography features prominently — partly due, of course, to the presence of specialized collectors in the capital this week —

FairsAuction Houses 09-11-2017

Paris Photo | What’s the secret?

For Jorg Grimm, director of the eponymous gallery, “Paris Photo is THE photography art fair of course”. Ahead of the opening of the 21st edition of the fair, which will bring together 159 galleries and 30 publishers, Paris Photo’s supremacy on the art market remains unaffected.

FairsArtists 08-11-2017

Samia Ziadi | The politics of fashion

This year, in its second edition, AKAA Art Fair stays true to itself; dedicated to so-called “contemporary African Art” — whose definition is still very much up

Galleries 06-11-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, three industry-specific legal matters worth

Fairs 03-11-2017

The Others Art Fair | Decidedly Anti-Art Basel

Founded in 2010, The Others Art Fair is a hybrid project dedicated to emerging artists, a “gathering space for new voices and for the latest, most avant-garde trends of artistic

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