Over the past five years, 1:54 has made a name for itself for being several things at once: a platform for so-called Contemporary African Art and its booming market, a champion of emerging galleries and artists, but also one of the few critically engaging fairs, offering authoritative perspectives
Born in 1983, Sarah Trouche lives and works in Paris. A graduate of Paris’ National School of Fine Arts, Trouche worked in the studios of fellow artists Jean-Marc Bustamante, Jacky Chriqui and Guillaume Paris before attending the Art Center College of Los Angeles, where she studied with Mike
Sixteen years after the end of the civil war, Lebanon is still scarred by the conflict that ravaged the country between 1975 and 1991. In spite of this, its capital Beirut has become both the country’s artistic hub and a shelter of sorts for artists fleeing the neighboring countries, torn by the
On September 28, Sotheby’s New York will feature its first ever Postwar and Contemporary Photographs sale, with 94 lots including works by artists including Thomas Struth, Matthew Barney and David Hockney, as well as photographs documenting the performances of the likes of Sophie Calle and Helena
What are we? Where are we going? What will our society become? These are the questions addressed by the photographs featured in the second edition of the Biennial of Photography in the Contemporary Arab World — questions that resonate with the recent history of several Middle East countries —
Gadget, artistic medium, marketing tool or actual disruptive force? Whatever they may be, cryptocurrencies have already made their presence felt within the art market…
Events like Condo (London and New York) or Okey-Dokey in Germany show that increasingly,galleries are looking for new, alternative models to support artists and their art.