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Brexit: deal or no deal?
As the dateline for Brexit approaches, and a possible agreement between the UK and Brussels on a brokered exit remains uncertain, how will this affect…
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…
TEFAF Maastricht holds its own
Despite slightly lower attendance, the 2018 edition of TEFAF Maastricht was an upbeat experience for many art dealers.
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…
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…
The French New Wave film-maker died on 29 March, aged 90. Her affinities with painting led her to become a visual artist late in life.
A new fair for Chicago
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) announced the September launch of a contemporary art fair in the Windy City.
"Cultures" in Brussels: reaping the benefits?
The synergy between the arts of elsewhere and yesteryear is palpable for the fourth year running, as the event at the Grand Sablon looks set to become…
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.
The former president of Artsy is joining the Gagosian Gallery as part-time senior advisor.
Masterpiece 2019: ending the season on a high note
Many exhibitors at Masterpiece, the last international fair before the summer break, are likely to go on holiday with a song in their hearts.
District 13 Urban Art Fair: already an institution
The District 13 – International Art Fair returns to Drouot with a specialised selection of international galleries, establishing itself as a solid…
PAD London: Brexit ain't scary!
Neither regulars nor newcomers have any fears over its success: the quality and exclusiveness of their designer pieces ensure a powerful identity for…
In the latest move on America’s dynamic contemporary art market, Brady Doty will join the David Zwirner Gallery as Senior Director.
Bertrand Gautier: an appetite for risk
Talabardon & Gautier Gallery, a founding member of Fine Arts Paris, is known for its famous discoveries due to the work of passionate, even jubilant…
Gilles Diyan: gallery owner and entrepreneur
As Opera Gallery celebrates its first quarter century in 2019, its president and founder Gilles Diyan talks about changes in the art market and the…
The Templons: contemporary art gallery owners from father to son
At 33, Mathieu Templon joined his father's company (based in Paris) by taking over the Brussels branch. Although son and father may not always agree…
Pearl Lam does away with the boundaries between contemporary art and design
Between Hong Kong and Shanghai, Chinese gallery owner Pearl Lam campaigns for intercultural dialogue and the recognition of Chinese contemporary art…
David Stern and Lélia Pissarro: a family art
Within their family, the dealers David Stern and Lélia Pissarro cultivate a heritage that involves both their relatives and art history: those of Camille…
The virtual waltz of the galleries
When the coronavirus hit, the art world went online to try and offset plummeting sales and falling numbers of visitors while taking time to reflect…
Agnès Kentish, timeless design
Agnès Kentish launched Élizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti at her gallery En attendant les barbares. Today she features designers’ creations inspired…
Hervé Van der Straeten and Alexandre Biaggi: A Pair of Aesthetes
Hervé Van der Straeten designed a collection for antique dealer Alexandre Biaggi – a match made in heaven for two people with a love of decorative…
Marie Delas: the champion of Paris Gallery Weekend
As Paris Gallery Weekend shapes up to a 7 th edition in highly charged circumstances, we talk to Marie Delas, its new young director.
Iwan Wirth, visionary and human
With his wife Manuela Wirth and his acolyte Marc Payot, he is co-president of the mighty Hauser & Wirth gallery. While participating in the Art Basel…
Covid-19, the moment the art world was forced to go digital
The COVID-19 pandemic acutely impacted art galleries traditionally reliant on physical interaction prodding them into the digital realm. As galleries…
Jean-Marc Lelouch: "Ceramics are underpriced"
As the Parcours céramique brings together 19 Paris galleries, the dealer discussed ceramics, long considered contemporary art's poor relative.
The Art Basel report on the impact of Covid-19
The art market is known to be particularly sensitive to the global economic and social context. Galleries are known to have suffered from the health…
Art Paris: an unexpected success
This 22 nd edition will go down as a red-letter day, when the event's weak point, in being essentially a French affair, became a strength in the context…
Kyla McMillan joins David Zwirner
David Zwirner has hired a determined-looking young woman to head his influential contemporary art gallery.
Viewing rooms: assessing the model
As a new season of online fairs begins, what initial conclusions can we draw from these alternative platforms?
The Outsider Art Fair: a very special edition
American galleries account for over half the participants in the eighth Paris Outsider Art Fair, which combines physical exhibitions at Drouot with…
6 questions for Adora Mba
Before opening her own contemporary art gallery in Accra, Ghana, on October 15, this gallery owner and collector was a journalist and art consultant…
Art Market Overview: In New York, the impossibility of rent reductions
In 2020, the city’s galleries have fallen victim to an insoluble crisis.
Small Fairs in Paris: A Determined Resistance
Despite the cancelation of the FIAC , several Paris fairs were held in the capital between October 15 and 25. While not always successful in terms…
Art Market Overview: Small American Galleries in Trouble
The Art Newspaper magazine looked at how small American art galleries are surviving the Covid-driven crisis, given the freezing of the second federal…
London Art Week Winter Goes Online
The winter edition of London Art Week (LAW), a major bi-annual event for London’s classical art market, will take place online from November 27 to…
Fine Arts Paris in the Digital Age
The fair’s organizers are moving it online because, in the absence of physical contact, that is the only space left where dialog remains possible.…
The Apotheosis of Carolingian Art
Jean-Luc Martinez: Bid for the Louvre!
François-Xavier Lalanne: A Wading Bird Becomes a Lamp
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