Tag: Dealers

Walk into a human body, book dealers’ vandalised treasures and a 2D world – the week in art | Art

Exhibition of the weekWang Gongxin: In-BetweenMultimedia installations that explore by modern means the ancient painterly problems of light and shadow. White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, from 19 January to 26 February.Also showingAlison Katz: ArteryAutobiographical art in an installation that suggests the insides of the human body. Camden Art Centre, London, until 13 March.Betsy Bradley: Chasing RainbowsSubtle and contemplative abstract paintings and sculptures including a ...

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Why Los Angeles Dealers Are Heading to New York City—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE ART BUYERS. With Miami Basel in full swing, it is a fine time to check in with collectors. Crypto kingpin Justin Sun, who has dropped more than $100 million on art in 2021 (on Picasso, Giacometti, and more), told Artnet News that he will showcase some of his holdings in the metaverse. Amy Phelan shared with ...

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Anthony Meier Named President of Art Dealers Association of America – ARTnews.com

Anthony Meier, who founded the San Francisco gallery Anthony Meier Fine Arts, will be the next president of the Art Dealers Association of America, an industry group that counts 190 galleries among its members. He succeeds dealer Andrew Schoelkopf, who led ADAA from 2018 until early 2021. Meier has served on the ADAA’s leadership team since 2007, and was previously vice president of the ...

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Hoping to Snag Art Basel–Bound Buyers, Berlin Dealers Showcased Their Emerging Talent for Fall Edition of the City’s Gallery Weekend

For Gallery Weekend Berlin, it seems the second time’s the charm. This year, the event decided to split off into two separate events, in April and September, in part to uplift galleries at a time of great uncertainty over fair calendar, but also because its usual spring slot has, for the past two years, coincided with significant health restrictions in the city. The weekend ...

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Four Major Art Dealers Unite to Form New Firm—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines COMPETITION IN THE MARKET IS INTENSIFYING: Four top-flight dealers—Brett Gorvy, Dominique Lévy, Amalia Dayan, and Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn—are linking up, the New York Times reports, to form “a consortium that will represent artists, organize exhibitions, advise collectors, and broker auction sales.” Its name: LGDR. (Not exactly catchy. Maybe give it time?) They will operate out of ...

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Books Show Cancels, Armory Pivots 55 Dealers Online – ARTnews.com

Because of the spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus and uneven vaccination rates, as well as ongoing travel bans, plans for upcoming in-person trade fairs, including art fairs, are looking shaky. Two prominent New York events have been canceled within the last two weeks. Today, the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair (NYIABF), the long-running fair headed up by veteran art fair ...

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How a Rising Generation of Dealers in Ghana Are Seizing the Moment

It was the summer of 2018 and David Omari, a 20-year-old business student at the University of Ghana, Legon, was sitting in his bedroom scrolling through Instagram. Discovering work on the platform by artists in Ghana, and across Africa, had become his favorite pastime. While not from a family with any particular artistic leanings—his father and mother run a fishing company—Omari loved the art ...

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We Went Behind the Scenes With the Art Dealers Looking to Make Millions in Monaco, the Elite City-State Smaller Than Central Park

It’s no small wonder why, in the upper tiers of the art industry, the European city-state of Monaco is a haven. The minuscule principality, which is smaller than Central Park and known for its fast cars, lack of tax, and decadent casino, is at its core a beloved hideaway for the wealthy, a place to park the super yacht for a while on the way down ...

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WWF Taps Artists and Dealers For Climate Crisis Initiative – ARTnews.com

An online campaign launched by wildlife conservation group World Wildlife Fund has tapped contemporary artists by the likes of Tracey Emin, Anish Kapoor, and Jadé Fadojutimi for an initiative to raise funds to combat climate change. The project, Art For Your World, was established by London-based Artwise Curators on behalf of WWF-UK, as part of the organization’s 60th anniver­sary program. The launch of the ...

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