FairsGalleries 14-08-2015

Miami’s Wynwood Arts District Faces its Shaky Future

Audible sighs of disbelief and nostalgic disappointment have been uttered in Miami as of late since Wynwood mainstay Emerson Dorsch Gallery announced it was closing its doors a few weeks ago. Dorsch has been a benchmark presence in a neighborhood that’s seen galleries come and go over the years,

ArtistsPeople 11-08-2015

Architectural waves: Jennifer Caubet at Saint-Céré

The second edition of the Saint-Céré Contemporary Art Festival in France is currently underway, spotlighting the work of Jennifer Caubet, a promising young

GalleriesArtists 11-08-2015

Bennett Roberts |The search for rare talent

As a recent graduate of the Yale MFA program, Evan Nesbit’s works were first shown by Los Angeles-based Roberts & Tilton Gallery at the New York City Armory show last year. He also held sold out exhibitions at Eleven Rivington and Sean Kelly Gallery galleries in New York City this past summer.

Institutions 04-08-2015

Art museum staff demographic survey

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has recently released a survey analyzing the demographics of art museum staff in America. And unsurprisingly, there is not much diversity among the higher ranking posts of museum

Artists 03-08-2015

Hüsamettin Koçan in Bodrum

Bodrum, Turkey, art hot spot? In general Bodrum conjures up images of sun, sea and five-star hotels, however it is one such hotel, Casa dell’Arte, that houses one of the region’s most impressive

GalleriesPeople 31-07-2015

Gallerist a bad business?

Upon the publication of the english language and updated version of Management of Art Galleries, written by German entrepreneur/art advisor Magnus Resch, Bloomberg has conducted a study focusing on the business of art galleries which sheds light on the primary ideas proposed by during the

ArtistsPeople 31-07-2015

Monika Grütters’ “German Heritage” draft law has been revised

Monika Grütters, Germany’s Minister for Culture from the conservative CDU party, and her suggested “German Heritage” law have recently come under huge criticism from art professionals in and outside Germany, with some even making comparisons to GDR surveillance

Biennials & TriennialsArtists 23-07-2015

Power plays in Venice how national representation is funded

In Venice, it’s all about location, it is pavilion placement that reminds us that not everyone starts out on an even foot, with each country assigned their spot. Powerful Westerners, and some of their former colonies are located in the beautiful Giardini, whilst others must settle for the

Auction HousesFairs 07-07-2015

The Gallery & the Auction House: Friend or Foe?

As has been the case each season for years, everyone even slightly connected to the New York art scene waited nervously for the results of the auctions of Modern and Contemporary art at the major houses this past

GalleriesInstitutions 06-07-2015

Phillip March Jones | Art Brut makes its mark

It’s a faction of the art world relatively unknown to most. The group of artists that comprise Art Brut or ‘Outsider Art’ has long remained on the fringes of the Modern and contemporary art scenes. These self-taught artists - often with social or psychological impediments - usually create

Online SalesArtists 02-07-2015

The future of collecting in France and Belgium

Recently, Happening was in Brussels for the conference “Passions Dévoilées” (passions unveiled) organized by CENTRALE, the Ministry for Culture, Brussels. In partnership with the Association for the International Diffusion of French Art (ADIAF), the Young Belgian Art Prize, Bozar and the

ArtistsInstitutions 02-07-2015

Marc Couturier’s cabinet of curiosities

Until September 20, Marc Couturier is occupying the Atelier Martine Aublet at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris with a 1,830-square-foot experimental cabinet of curiosities where time seems to

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