FairsAuction Houses 13-03-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, stories that remind us the industry constantly straddles the line between "haha" and "WTF"...


Artists 09-03-2017

À poils et à plumes: politicizing animal art

Following a 13 year hiatus between 1996 and 2010, the Musée de Flandre has radically rethought its identity, offering a programming designed to both revitalize its collection, and to attract visitors from the rest of France to this commune two hours west of Paris.


Artists 08-03-2017

HAPPENING names #5WomenArtists

On occasion of Women's history month and international women's day, the National Museum of Women in the Arts has launched and social media campaign #5WomenArtists, challenging internet users worldwide to name five women artists, in order to call "attention to the inequity women artists face" and to


GalleriesFairs 08-03-2017

New gallery models | What if nothing’s changed?

Times are hard for both emerging and middle-market galleries. In spite of the rising costs dealers face in order to participate in art fairs, these remain the places where the majority of a gallery's


InstitutionsPeople 06-03-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art... This week, a trio of stories that compelled us to look a little further toward the horizon for


FairsGalleries 03-03-2017

How Independent became the hottest fair of New York art week

It's New York art week again, and with at least a dozen art fairs all over the city, you probably can’t make it to everything, logistically or emotionally. So, which ones should you make time for? We can’t say for sure, but Independent New York should be somewhere on the


ArtistsGalleries 01-03-2017

Four New York exhibitions remind us that art is a powerful means of resistance

This week, New York readies itself for one of the most exciting weekends in the city’s art calendar. No less than 10 fairs will run parallel to the fair, and there will be something for every taste. But for those who are still hungry for art shows, or who prefer smaller gallery spaces to the


GalleriesArtists 27-02-2017

LD50 the east London art gallery accused of Infiltrating the art world with its fascist agenda

In light of the past year’s global political upheavals, the art world has felt like a rare space for hope, with many looking to art as a mode of resistance in the face of oppression. However, art and the platform it provides can also be used for the dissemination of messages of hate, and the


Galleries 27-02-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

This week, a trio of departures with nearly 100 combined years of art history behind


Institutions 23-02-2017

Take your art someplace else | The LA activists waging guerrilla warfare against gentrification

Over the past decade, Los Angeles’ contemporary art scene has expanded at breakneck speed. Many of the city’s less affluent areas have begun to feel this change dramatically, and perhaps none more so than Boyle Heights, just east of downtown. The neighbourhood has experienced an influx of


FairsArtists 23-02-2017

ARCO’s youngest most promising artists and where to find them

ARCO, Spain’s leading art fair which is now in its 36th edition, has made a name for itself as a high prestige fair with a unique identity. Among the almost 3000 artists exhibited this year, five of the youngest, hailing from Europe, the US and South America, have caught our attention.


ArtistsInstitutions 22-02-2017

Color Wars | Stuart Semple discusses feud with Anish Kapoor pigments and politics

Who knew a row over colors could get so heated? But this is precisely what happened last November, when Dorset-based artist Stuart Semple spoke out against Anish Kapoor’s acquisition of exclusive artistic rights to the world’s blackest substance.


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