Auction HousesArt Business 15-05-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, stories that raise hard questions about what the art market is and

Biennials & TriennialsArtists 13-05-2017

At the Giardini the Venice Biennale delivers well beyond the “Viva Arte Viva” motto

The importance of the event — its history, its wealth, its weight within the art world ecosystem, leads to an interpretive force, a desire to find unity and a common path through the myriad exhibitions.

Biennials & TriennialsArtists 11-05-2017

Jean Boghossian Armenian Pavilion | Venice Biennale

Artist Jean Boghossian has been based in Brussels since 1975, having fled his native Lebanon during the civil war. However he is in Venice paying homage to his Armenian roots, exhibiting at the national pavilion during the Biennale at the Collegio Armeno Moorat-Raphael, at Palazzo Zenobio, and at

Biennials & TriennialsArtists 11-05-2017

Dirk Braeckman Belgian Pavilion | Venice Biennale

The 57th Venice Biennale sees the Belgian Pavilion showcase the work of photographer Dirk Braeckman, under the curatorial supervision of Eva Wittocx, General Coordinator of M-Museum Leuven. Happening spoke with Wittocx a few weeks prior to the event.

Online SalesPeople 08-05-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. Reviewing a week of dubious solutions around the

PeopleArtists 08-05-2017

Domesticated Generation | Operating on the outskirts of the system

While the majority of art fairs and biennials have a plethora of satellite, OFF and collateral events, it’s mainly taken as a given that these cannot exist independently from the main event itself. That’s just how the art world

ArtistsMovements 06-05-2017

Chang KAI-CHUN | naïveté series

Chang Kai-Chun, 28, grew up in Taipei, Taiwan. In 2012, he left for France. After graduating from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art in Bourges, he embarked on his Master's degree at the Beaux-Arts de Paris. Kai will graduate this year, in 2017.

Artists 05-05-2017

One artist One studio | Kasper de Vos and snacking culture

Kasper de Vos is a young artist from Antwerp, currently in residence at the prestigious Hoger Instituut Voor Schone Kunsten (HISK) in Gent, whose doors are open to the public this

PeopleFairs 04-05-2017

African Art and its Representation in the Western World | An interview with 1:54 Founder Touria El Glaoui

As contemporary African art slowly but surely makes itself more visible across the world, the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, initiated in 2013 by Moroccan founder Touria El Glaoui, continues to distinguish itself as a leader in this endeavor, returning to New York for its third consecutive

ArtistsPeople 03-05-2017

Contesting power and expectation | The artists of Belarus

Since February, a series of significant protests in Belarus have lead to a violent, heavy-handed response by authorities, leading to numerous arrests.

InstitutionsArt Business 02-05-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, three cases of the industry treating an extreme as the new

ArtistsPeople 28-04-2017

One artist One studio | Aurélie Dubois artist on duty

Daniel Androvski calls Aurélie Dubois an “artist on duty”. The psychoanalyst and writer means by this appellation that Dubois is alert, the protector of an artistic duty, seeking to reveal the deeper nature of things, elements that have been hidden or negated. She is always on the lookout,

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