MovementsGalleries 03-11-2016

Artissima preview | Seven stands to look out for this weekend

Dai! The 23rd edition of Italy’s most important contemporary art fair kicks off today, bringing — as usual — both emerging and somewhat forgotten artists to the fore. This year, Artissima welcomes 193 galleries to the Oval, built in 2006 to host the Winter Olympics. The number is slightly

ArtistsInstitutions 31-10-2016

The art of surveillance making visual the invisible

“We have never found Paglen’s work to repel institutional or state audiences,” says Daelyn Farnham, director of the Altman Siegel Gallery in San Francisco, “we have found that there are collectors who see it as a celebration of military prowess, while others find it to function as a

MediumsFairs 20-10-2016

Unlikely bedfellows | How performance is becoming part of the art fair

The 2016 edition of the FIAC is brimming with

FairsGalleries 20-10-2016

FIAC 2016 | A fair of two halves

The 2016 edition of the FIAC attests to its organizers’ desire to bring — once more — change to the forefront of the

FairsGalleries 20-10-2016

YIA#7: How to succeed as a mid-tier art fair in a slowing market

In the last decade, the number of international art fairs has quadrupled, a result of long years of uninterrupted growth in the art

FairsGalleries 19-10-2016

Paris (est une fête) Internationale

Following the success of its first edition, Paris Internationale is going ever further this year. The fair’s secret is simple: it is younger and more accessible than FIAC, and at the same time more exciting and of higher quality than most of its

PeopleGalleries 19-10-2016

Art Review's 2016 POWER 100: the who's who of the art world: Hans-Ulrich Obrist tops the list

This year marks the 15th anniversary of Art Review’s POWER 100 — the highly-anticipated annual list determining the who’s who of the art world every

FairsArtists 07-10-2016

1:54 | Where the art market makes for political action

With the buzz and trendiness of Frieze relegated to Regent’s Park, the fourth edition of 1:54, London’s Contemporary African Art Fair takes over Somerset House this week-end, with works by over 130 African and African diaspora artists, represented by some 40 galleries from Africa, Europe and

FairsArtists 06-10-2016

Women and the art market: where are we at?

With #InternationalWomensDay just behind us, we take a look at how far the art world has gone in its efforts towards achieving gender

InstitutionsArtists 16-09-2016

“I don’t exist. But then again here I am”. A new look on the refugee crisis with Mario García Torres

To many, Mario García Torres’ lines, pronounced last Friday as part of the performance “I’m Not a Flopper” in the garden of Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, (TBA21) could sum up the plight of millions of displaced migrants seeking shelter in Europe following the outbreak of the world

FairsGalleries 15-09-2016

Seven must-see works at Unseen Amsterdam this month

Unseen was founded in 2012 by the Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, the office for cultural business development Platform A, and creative agency Vandejong, and now, in it’s 5th edition, it will welcome 54 international galleries to exhibit. Championing emerging photographers who exhibit alongside

ArtistsInstitutions 13-09-2016

Feminism performance and the body revisiting the work of Helena Almeida

Over the forty years between 1963 and 2013, Portuguese artist Helena Almeida, born in 1934, produced a body of work encompassing painting, photography, performance and video — a corpus that is now travelling to Brussels for a major retrospective opening today at WIELS Brussels. Despite

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