Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, a trio of stories that illustrate the appeal and absurdity of art-industry
Settling back into her studio in the Parisian suburbs after a long period of travelling, observing and taking topographical samples in the Californian desert, artist Jennifer Caubet is currently preparing for her first solo show at the gallery Jousse Entreprise in September 2017. Born in 1982,
Working across film and photography, artist Miguel Calderon offers us a very personal snapshot of Mexican society.
The universe of Joana Vasconcelos is entrancing. It is as though you have been plunged into a world of dreamlike apparitions which make you question your understanding of history and society. Her landmark retrospective at the Patinoire Royale in Brussels — the first ever held in Belgium — was
As the Netherlands prepares for the general elections on March 15, and the far-right Party for Freedom led by Geert Wilders is adding fuel to the fire of populism we’ve been experiencing internationally, six Amsterdam galleries (Annet Gelink Gallery, Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Galerie Fons
Although Berlin Art Week is long behind us, and the city’s Gallery Weekend will not get underway until late April (clashing controversially with Art Cologne this year), there is plenty of contemporary art to be excited about in the German capital right now.
It is fair to say that Donald Trump has been received pretty poorly by the vast majority of the art world. Following Richard Prince’s disavowal of his Ivanka Trump work, which the artist has dismissed as “fake art”, the art community continues to respond to what remains one of the most
Atef Berredjem lives between Annaba and Algiers, and has a studio in each city. His Algiers studio is that larger of the two, where he works on his large-scale projects, whilst the Annaba studio is devoted to his theoretical research.
Through merging resources and mobilizing a collaborative effort, Condo art festival is repurposing the staid formulations of the contemporary art world. Diffused across London’s urban diaspora from South-East London to central North-West this mutual exhibition involves the convergence of 36
What purpose does art which calls itself political actually serve? Does it really have the power to change our environment, to change artists or to change the art world? Must we limit ourselves to speaking about what we know and what surrounds us in order to change