GalleriesPeople 16-05-2015

Peter Stevens: Managing the Estate of David Smith

Until June 27th the Karsten Greve gallery will display works on paper and sculpture that American artist David Smith, who passed away in 1965, created during the 1950s and 60s. Happening spoke to Peter Stevens, Executive Director of the Estate of David

GalleriesArtists 12-05-2015

Going the extra mile: Galleria Continua

Galleria Continua, with spaces in the Paris region, San Gimignano, Italy, and Beijing, has recently announced plans to set up shop in Cuba. Artists including Ai Weiwei, Kader Attia, Daniel Buren, Antony Gormley, Hans Op de Beeck and Michelangelo Pistoletto places the gallery alongside the world’s

Artists 10-05-2015

Tribal art looks to Paris

Established just last year in the Beaux-Arts/Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood, Paris Tribal returns to galleries to celebrate the work of indigenous artists from across the globe. The French capital remains a main hub for the tribal art market, with collections stretching centuries and

PeopleInstitutions 09-05-2015

Residency Month | The superstar factory | Aaron Cezar and the Delfina Foundation

Aaron Cezar is the smiling figure that you see at Delfina Entrecanales’ right hand side in almost every photo taken of her since 2007. The two met via artist Dillwyn Smith, and over several cups of tea — as Cezar recounts it in his Louisiana drawl — the three of them developed the

PeopleAuction Houses 08-05-2015

Liu Yiqian: Bringing Chinese art back to China

Sotheby’s opened its sale in Hong Kong yesterday with lot number one, a guan yao vase, the fabled ‘official ware’ created specially for the imperial court of the Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279) in Hangzhou, southern

InstitutionsPeople 06-05-2015

Venice Biennale: India bounces back

Indian galleries have been notably absent from the Asian art fairs since the beginning of the year, and today it's the Indian State who has turned its back on the Venice

ArtistsFairs 05-05-2015

Paris Photo LA

Los Angeles, there is a particular pace of life here, one that Paris Photo seems to have adopted with ease. The festival-esque, laid-back atmosphere hangs over the 3rd edition of the fair and its 79

People 04-05-2015

What does the future of the arts look like in Britain?

The arts have never been so imperative to Britain. The Conservative party reports that “The creative industries have become our fastest-growing economic sector, contributing nearly £77 billion to the UK

GalleriesArtists 04-05-2015

All the World’s futures: Arsenal & International Pavilion

For the last 120 years, the Venice Biennale has served as far more than just a window into the artistic production of its participating countries, it is also a global creation which unfolds under the careful watch of the directing

MovementsGalleries 30-04-2015

American collectors: OBAMA wants YOU !

Lately, wealthy art collectors have been saving millions of dollars by using the legendary « 1031 exchange ». The provision refers to a section in the American Internal Revenue Code that allows investors the opportunity to defer federal taxes indefinitely. Yet whilst the provision in the tax

Biennials & TriennialsArtists 29-04-2015

Kenyan government breaks its silence

Finally, after much controversy, the Kenyan government has broken its silence, denouncing the pavilion too.

ArtistsGalleries 27-04-2015

Art Brussels 2015

The 33rd edition of Art Brussels opened its doors on Friday, April 24, presenting 191 galleries from 34 different countries. The fair is divided into two spaces, the first for established galleries, the second for promising young galleries; between the two, a food truck and a stage for outdoor

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