FairsPeople 09-10-2015

Cracking the code to art sales in Silicon Valley

From Art Miami, the United States’ most frequented fair, director Nick Korniloff has gone on to found a legion of art fairs across the country. His latest development popped up in Silicon Valley just one year ago, and the second edition takes place this

ArtistsFairs 01-10-2015

Abdelkader Benchamma the physicality of drawing

Abdelkader is running full steam ahead this autumn. Invited by Evelyne and Jacques Deret, founders of Art [ ] Collector, the artist is currently exhibiting a series of works on paper entitled “Simulacre” at Studio, Patio Opéra through October

Auction HousesOnline Sales 30-09-2015

Sales declining in Chinese art and antique market

The Global Chinese Art Auction Market Report 2014 indicates an overall decline in the market since it reached its peak in 2011. The report, which takes an in-depth look at the Chinese art and antiques market, has been released by artnet and the China Association of Auctioneers

InstitutionsArtists 30-09-2015

Art helps fashion transcend the temporary for the timeless

Since that iconic Piet Mondrian dress by Yves Saint Laurent made its appearance during the Autumn season of 1965, the world seemingly just can’t get enough of art and fashion collaborations. The A-line shift dress was hardly the first, either. Almost thirty years earlier, Elsa Schiaparelli teamed

FairsGalleries 29-09-2015

Warsaw the conversation capital of Eastern Europe

“Here in Warsaw we’ll be the capital for discussion and experimentation” — Jacek Sosnowski, Propaganda

PeopleArtists 29-09-2015

Lagos by Marine Tanguy

A collector’s scene is arriving among emerging elites and a growing number of international buyers in Nigeria. Young London-based gallerist Marine Tanguy, who has upcoming exhibitions in Lagos and Port Harcourt, Nigeria entitled “Yellow Sun: The New Contemporaries”, shares her insights into

InstitutionsPeople 24-09-2015

Rediscovering the Belgian art scene

Could Anvers, Belgium, be making a name for itself among the international contemporary art capitals? Often referred to as the little country of great collectors, Belgium has once again proved that it is just that. Maurice Verbaet began collecting in the early 70s and he has just inaugurated his

ArtistsGalleries 23-09-2015

New York’s art season opens with a vengeance

With Labor Day arriving a bit late this year in the US, New York’s fall art season seemed to have arrived hesitantly at first, but ultimately landed with a big bang. As the summer heat held on, galleries and museums across the city opened dozens of exhibitions with great fanfare — and with

ArtistsGalleries 18-09-2015

Berlin: Still poor but sexy

Twelve years after the former mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit, declared his city “poor but sexy”, his portrayal has proven to be emblematic of the Berlin art market. Whilst today more than 20,000 artists have taken up residence on the banks of the river Spree, along with more than 450

ArtistsGalleries 17-09-2015

Shockingly buyable a new chapter for ABC Berlin

ABC truly is like no other. It is the art fair that welcomes the most vast range of medium from the umbrella of contemporary creation, no matter their incumbent size or provocative references in spite of the ultimate commercial aim of the

InstitutionsPeople 10-09-2015

Izolyatsia art center | Raising a flag of hope

Amid the war in eastern Ukraine, the seizure of their premises by separatists of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and the overall instability that permeates their lives, the IZOLYATSIA art foundation is fighting to continue its mission. Luba Mikhailova, founder of the Izolyatsia, talks to H A

ArtistsInstitutions 09-09-2015

Reactions to Kapoor's vandalized Dirty Corner

Anish Kapoor’s Dirty Corner (dubbed Queen’s Vagina) can’t catch a break. First defaced in June just after its installation in the gardens of the Chateau de Versailles, the controversial sculpture has been hitting the headlines again this week after antisemtic slurs were scrawled across the

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