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48 articles taggés "contemporary art"
Five-star contemporary art
Whether they build up collections or host exhibitions, various luxury hotels are banking on contemporary art: a strategy aimed at a new connoisseur…
Art Basel 2018: still in!
FIAC lifts its exhibitors’ spirits
This year looked complicated for FIAC because "intermediary" galleries are dying in France in 2018. But foreign players who were questioned after the…
Four questions for Victoria Mann
The AKAA is a genuine ecosystem of Africa-based creation. Its founder, Victoria Mann, talks about it with a freshness that does much for the contemporary…
Ghada Amer: prickly beauty
The Egyptian artist, who studied in France before moving to New York, talks to us as the CCCOD devotes two exhibitions to her in Tours, nearly 20 years…
On the occasion of the 33rd São Paulo Biennial, its general commissioner gives us a run-down of art and its dissemination in Brazil and the continent.…
All quiet on the Eastern front
Moscow may be a mega-city, but it generally seems to lag behind in terms of contemporary art. We look at the local offering, focusing on the Winzavod…
A rendez-vous with Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta is moving into the Paris Mint for his first ever retrospective in France. A chance to talk to the Indian contemporary art star about the…
1-54 aims for Marrakech
Naomi Beckwith: rising curator
As the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art celebrates its 50th anniversary, its young curator, Naomi Beckwith, talks about the museum's collections…
The American Ralph Rugoff, director of London's Hayward Gallery, is taking over the reins for the 58th Venice International Contemporary Art Exhibition.…
Art Basel Miami Beach in 2017
With 268 galleries and a new-look exhibition area, the 16th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach holds the perfect conditions to take over the American…
Leon Amitai, a Latin American art lover
Leon Amitai is a collector and member of Art Basel’s Global Patrons Council. He says that Art Basel Miami Beach is a must for Latin American collectors.…
Robbie Fitzpatrick gambles on Paris
When Robbie Fitzpatrick throws himself into a new venture, he doesn't do things by halves. After five years directing a contemporary art gallery in…
Ai Weiwei: still a disturbing force
Lin Han: pushing art’s boundaries
Do French artists export well?
Three questions for Uli Sigg
"Collecting should be fun"
"Collecting should be fun" goes the mantra of the star make-up artist and collector Terry de Gunzburg, who is opening a new store in Paris.
Ismaïl Bahri: washing the gaze
Frieze plays the star in Los Angeles
Although many a fair (like Paris Photo from 2013 to 2015) has come a cropper there, the indomitable British Frieze, with its golden touch, has now…
Kejia Wu: an art market emerging before our eyes…
The author of the latest TEFAF report, Kejia Wu, has seen the birth of the world's most important secondary market from the inside. She reveals her…
1968, a creative year
Eric Booth, herald of the Thai scene
Managing director of the Jim Thomson silk company, the smiling collector and his stepfather, Jean-Michel Beurdeley, opened Thailand's Maiiam Museum,…
Art Brussels, fair weather in the aisles
Although facing competition from Berlin Gallery weekend and, to a lesser extent, Art Monte Carlo, the Brussels Fair closed its doors on a rather cheerful…
Luc Tuymans: beneath the skin
The Palazzo Grassi is featuring his art of avoidance before a retrospective scheduled this summer at Tilburg, in the Netherlands.
A Fair Share in New York
With the TEFAF gaining more and more momentum and "stealing" exhibitors from Frieze, and with 1-54 putting down ever-firmer roots, other fairs are…
Venice Biennale: a lacklustre year
Ralph Rugoff is head curator of the international selection of the 58 th Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art at the Arsenale and in the central pavilion,…
Younghee Sohn: Building Up a Market
Art Busan is incontestably South Korea's second biggest fair, despite a venue outside the capital of this highly centralised country. Its founder and…
Ink: a big future in the art market?
The Asian market is mad about this traditional medium, so conducive to hybridisation and technical innovation, and Western museums and collectors are…
Victor Gisler, an outsider’s life
On the eve of a new edition of Art Basel, Victor Gisler, from the Mai 36 gallery, looks back at his career and recent trends in the art world.
MoCo: a new art ecosystem in the South of France
In Montpellier, a new entity aims to reshuffle the cards of contemporary art on a national and global scale, starting with the renovation of a private…
Yan Pei-Ming in Courbet’s studio
At the Musée d'Ornans in the Doubs, the Franco-Chinese star of contemporary painting is engaged in an unprecedented face-to-face encounter with the…
Biennale Paris: Heading for the future
Rooted in reality, the Biennale has decided to forget the past and write a new chapter in its history.
What have galleries got lined up for the Biennale Paris?
For the new autumn season, several Paris galleries have pulled out all the stops, with outstanding hangs designed to resonate with the fair occupying…
Tony Cragg at Boboli
The combination of the extraordinary setting of the Boboli gardens and the monumental sculptures of Tony Cragg (b. 1949) works marvellously.
Hervé Bize, the gallerist from the East
Hervé Bize, who opened his gallery in Nancy, Lorraine 30 years ago, has shown that Parisian centralism is not written in stone and that an alternative…
Unseen 2019: good vibes on the Amstel
Half-fair, half-festival, Unseen has been a favourite with new photography lovers since its inception. In 2019, how is the event viewed now that it…
Outsider Art Fair: can art brut mix with contemporary art?
The Outsider Art Fair has become a meeting place for European collectors and confirms the appeal of contemporary art for what has long been a niche…
Kamel Mennour, still ahead of the game
For 20 years, the Parisian has pursued a single goal: making his contemporary art gallery the best while making occasional forays into Old Masters.…
Hervé Loevenbruck: contemporary art militant
The Paris gallery owner promotes a fringe of current creation that could shape a new definition of the avant-garde, and fights for French artists to…
A world record for the late Huang Yong Ping
In presenting a large installation by Huang Yong Ping, knocked down for €411,920, this contemporary art sale became a form of tribute, as the Franco-Chinese…
Garage Museum in Moscow has hired former Stedelijk Museum director Beatrix Ruf.
ST-ART: seeking an identity?
Four years after its buyout by the Lyon company GL-Events, the Strasbourg fair is finding it hard to define a clear artistic line, and is highlighting…
Erté revisits the château of Beauty and the beasts
Bacon's reading: the dangers of the too-exclusive
Hong Kong: breaking records and windows
Literature, guest of honour at the fifth Aristophil sale
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