Argentinian artist José Luis Landet wins the first Otazu Art Prize
The first Otazu Art Prize was awarded at Art Basel Miami's off-fair, Untitled. Argentinian artist José Luis Landet, represented by the NF/Nieves Fernandez gallery, will have his work become part of the collection at the Fundación Otazu in Navarra (Spain). The jury, notably including Omar Lopez- Chahoud (Untitled Artistic Director) and Humberto Moro (curator at Georgia's SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah), had a budget of $20,000 to select a piece exhibited at Untitled. More information available via ArtNews.
Twelve new exhibitors for TEFAF
Ninety exhibitors will come together from May 3 through 7 of 2019 for the Spring edition of TEFAF New York, the fair dedicated to modern and contemporary art. Besides the returning galleries, there will be 12 newcomers: Friedman Benda (US), Jousse Entreprise (France), Luxembourg & Dayan (US), The Mayor Gallery (UK), Kamel Mennour (France), Victoria Miro (UK), Pace Gallery (US), R & Company (US), Almine Rech Gallery (US), Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (UK) and Sprüth Magers (Germany).
More information available via Antiques Trade Gazette.
TEFAF New York Spring 2018 — Leon Tovar Gallery