Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, three industry stories featuring trends that synced to the wider
One of the most ambitious projects dedicated to urban art has just opened in the south-eastern town of Saint-Gervais, France, June 2.
What distinguishes an established artist from an emerging artist? Good auction results, of course. Top prices are often considered a sign of success — however this premise can now only really apply to a handful of contemporary artists, whose practices have become so intangible or transgressive.
Today, twenty-four year old Andriu Deplazes is taking a day off from the LISTE art fair to go and play a concert in the Swiss mountains. Yet, it was for his paintings currently on show at LISTE that the recently-graduated artist won the Helvetia Art Prize. Selected by a jury of young curators, who
For the third year in a row, photo basel has returned to the beautiful setting of Volkshaus Basel, providing a much-needed breath of fresh air, away from the overwhelming chaos and crowds of Art
Born in Mafikeng, South Africa, in 1981 Donna Kukama is a multimedia artist, working in video, sound and performance.
Writing this from one of the corridors on the third floor of the Warteck — the former brewery on the banks of the Rhine that has played host to LISTE since the fair’s second edition in 1998 and where H A P P E N I N G has a little table equipped with a projector and some flyers — is quite an
Born in 1978 in Italy, Rossella Biscotti currently lives and works in Amsterdam. Throughout her career, she has confronted both present and past history by creating works that explore the collective significance of sometimes dramatic, but always poignant events.
Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, assessing the merits and misfires of immersive installations... Every Monday Tim Schneider, Director of Research at Kayne Griffin Corcoran Gallery and the brains behind The Gray Market Blog, dissects the most important stories of the
When Art Basel opened its first edition in 1970, the complex ecosystem of art fairs was non existent. Now, a tangle of alternative events running concurrently is synonymous with any major art fair. Opened in 1996, LISTE was at the forefront of this movement, with a focus on providing a space for
Born in Rijeka, Croatia in 1984, Maja Čule lives and works in New York — a place where it’s easy to be confronted with several of the themes she has explored throughout her practice, notably the “Do What You Love” culture she takes issues with in one of her latest