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


ArtistsPeople 29-06-2015

A new model for the biennale

Has the format of contemporary biennale lost its way, or are artists simply not provided a correct platform to produce their art? We see how the Ultracontemporary format is developing in Copenhagen with Thierry Geoffroy / Colonel and Tijana


Auction HousesInstitutions 26-06-2015

Paris the capital of classical African Art

Paris has confirmed itself as the capital for the sale of classical African Art with two successful sales this week, both of which realized over €11 million


ArtistsInstitutions 23-06-2015

Repurposing the obsolete: an interview with Daniel Canogar

Daniel Canogar doesn’t really like the title ‘digital artist’, it is “kind of pigeonholed as a specific kind of artwork that I don’t totally identify with,” he explains. Yet there is no escaping the fact that the artist’s work inherently questions how technology has affected and


ArtistsGalleries 22-06-2015

The 46th annual Art Basel: The struggle between old and new

Crowds were impatient for doors to open at the 46th edition of Art Basel which closed yesterday. 284 galleries from 33 different countries were housed in the impressive Messeplatz building for four days. Despite negative criticism overheard during the course of the week, Art Basel put on display of


GalleriesPeople 22-06-2015

Art Basel and beyond

Its been said again and again, Art Basel’s 46th edition has been the ultimate money-making success. But to find the up-and-coming talents, you must step away from the financial fanfare and leave the main arena, even if newcomers such as Rodeo, a gallery based in Istanbul with new quarters in


ArtistsFairs 19-06-2015

At Unlimited size matters

Compared to last year, Unlimited is rather disappointing, however, there are a few redeeming pieces, notably Kenneth Anger’s fabulous triptych 'Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome 1954' (2014), firmly establishing the experimental queer film director’s work in the


FairsPeople 19-06-2015

Towards new contemporary in African art

Once again Art Basel’s annual program of debates, round tables and talks on the latest goings-on in the art market was jam packed. Thursday’s round table “Works in Progress: Building New Art Institutions in Africa” focused on the question of public recognition of contemporary art in


PeopleGalleries 19-06-2015

Glenn Horowitz: Archiving art

On January 15, Glenn Horowitz, longtime an important figure in the world of bookselling, opened Rare, his new street-level space in the landmark Rockefeller Apartments, across the street from MoMA’s Sculpture


PeopleArtists 19-06-2015

Florence Derieux: Parcours at Art Basel

Created six years ago, initiated by Art Basel, Parcours exists to strengthen the relationships between audiences and contemporary art. Set in the heart of the city, Parcours is now entering a conversation concerning issues surrounding its urban


ArtistsGalleries 18-06-2015

Tina Barney: From the Dutch masters to digital photography

With an impressive career in photography that began in the 1970s, Tina Barney has become known for lavish, tableaux-like depictions of the American and European upper crust - though that’s certainly not what she would have you take away from her work. In Tina Barney: Four Decades, currently on


Fairs 17-06-2015

Fairs & Social media

At the heart of the art market, each year, art fairs attract millions of visitors. So how do these ‘brands’ consolidate their communities beyond the event itself? Which of these organizations has the best digital


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