ArtistsInstitutions 12-06-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, assessing the merits and misfires of immersive installations... Every Monday Tim Schneider, Director of Research at Kayne Griffin Corcoran Gallery and the brains behind The Gray Market Blog, dissects the most important stories of the

Fairs 10-06-2017

LISTE | The satellite art fair with its own orbit

When Art Basel opened its first edition in 1970, the complex ecosystem of art fairs was non existent. Now, a tangle of alternative events running concurrently is synonymous with any major art fair. Opened in 1996, LISTE was at the forefront of this movement, with a focus on providing a space for

FairsMovements 09-06-2017

Maja Čule | Facing the same direction

Born in Rijeka, Croatia in 1984, Maja Čule lives and works in New York — a place where it’s easy to be confronted with several of the themes she has explored throughout her practice, notably the “Do What You Love” culture she takes issues with in one of her latest

Fairs 09-06-2017

Photo Basel | Stay small stay relevant

When Sven Eisenhut founded Photo Basel three years ago, he wanted to create a new platform for photography enthusiasts amidst the plethora of events running simultaneously in Basel every June, giving life to a fair that was both approachable and highly specialized.

ArtistsGalleries 08-06-2017

Carmen Argote | Architecture of emotions

Born in Mexico in 1981, Carmen Argote is a multidisciplinary artist, whose practice, combining installation, painting, photography and video, explores the delicate and complex notion of

Fairs 06-06-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. For this edition, "in groups versus out groups" emerged as the flavor of the

People 29-05-2017

Block Universe returns to London bringing performance to the forefront

In what is a largely unprecedented turn of events, a performance work — notably Anne Imhof’s (almost) universally applauded five-hour performance Faust — was awarded the Golden Lion for best national participation at the Venice Biennale.

MovementsInstitutions 29-05-2017

Navigating Cuba’s evolving art scene | Festival On/Off Cuba Video

Considering the tumultuous period of unrest Cuba has witnessed over recent years, and taking into account the current state of global affairs, to call upon poet, writer and philosopher Edouard Glissant (who passed away in 2011) is hugely refreshing. Curator and art historian Sara Alonso Gómez has

ArtistsPeople 26-05-2017

One Artist One Studio | Jad El Khoury memories carved in stone

Jad El Khoury isn’t only an artist who has turned the city’s streets and its urban environment into his own studio, where he has cultivated his very own field of experimentation. He is also an interior designer — he worked with Nadim Karam on the Hapsitus Intern building in Dubai — a

InstitutionsPeople 25-05-2017

Music takes centre stage at FRAC and LAAC

Two exhibitions exploring the use of music in art are currently on show at the FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais and at Dunkirk’s LAAC. At the FRAC, exhibiting artists explore the intricacies of sound and experimentation, whilst at the LAAC, visitors can delve into the history and the use of music in

Auction HousesPeople 22-05-2017

The Gray Market Weekly

Seven days in the evolving business of fine art. This week, surveying the New York evening sales for meaningful

ArtistsInstitutions 22-05-2017

Sunyoung HWANG | naïveté series

Born in Seoul, South Korea, Sunyoung Hwang moved to Belgium in 2007 when she was 18, to study at Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. This was where she decided apply to Slade School of Fine Art, UCL in London. She graduated from Slade in 2012, and embarked on a Master’s at London’s Royal

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