GalleriesArtists 11-09-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, stories about financial uncertainties for gallerists, artists, and museums


Fairs 07-09-2017

Joburg Art Fair | A decade of art in Johannesburg

This year Joburg Art Fair is returning to Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Centre, where it will celebrate its first ten years of existence. We spoke to fair producer Nicole Siegenthaler about Joburg Art Fair’s decade in the


ArtistsInstitutions 06-09-2017

Edi Rama the artist politician

If you’re not well versed in Albanian politics, here is a fun fact for you: the Balkan country’s Prime Minister is a gallery-represented, Venice Biennale-exhibiting


Artists 04-09-2017

Women and contemporary art how to redress the years of silencing

How many women artists can you name? Do you know any orchestras conducted by women? Why are we perpetually obliged to specify when we talk about ‘women artists’ but never male artists?


ArtistsPeople 04-09-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, folding much of what I read, watched, and heard into a single


InstitutionsGalleries 30-08-2017

The London shows to see this Autumn

As the 2017/2018 art season is about to kick off, several exhibitions by both emerging and established artists are in the works in London. New galleries are opening and the countdown to Frieze and 1:54 has finally


Auction HousesInstitutions 28-08-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, three different forms of narrative-building in our industry of


FairsGalleries 23-08-2017

Marseilles to launch the autumn contemporary art season with three major events

Since becoming the European City of Culture in 2013 Marseilles has famously undergone a radical transformation. Not only has the city welcomed eight new cultural venues, with the reinvention of Le Corbusier’s iconic social housing project the Cité Radieuse and the Museum of European and


MovementsPeople 21-08-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, thoughts on the intertwined good and bad of contemporary arts patronage...


Biennials & TriennialsInstitutions 12-08-2017

Exodus: A Mirror of Hope for the Future of Art Biennials

Interview by artist and biennial participant Anne Murray, — Master of Fine Arts and Master of Science in Theory, History, and Criticism of Art and Architecture, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, USA — with the curators and co-founders of the Mediterranean Biennial of Contemporary Art of Oran,


MediumsInstitutions 09-08-2017

Rencontres d’Arles 2017 | The Highlights

Visiting Arles over the summer is a question of drawing up a list of priorities.


InstitutionsPeople 07-08-2017

What all art students should be reading right now

There’s already several hundred articles promoting art books, art market publications, artist biographies and so on — all of which are arguably more or less fundamental reading. We have asked a number of art world figures — including gallerists, artists, professors, critics — what all


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