Artnews Examines the Habits of the Great Collectors

As it does every year, Artnews has published its examination of 200 of the world’s great collectors and what they spend their money on. The report begins by underlining the most important event so far this year: the sale of the untitled painting by Jean-Michel...
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The Biennale des Antiquaires Becomes the Biennale Paris

The Biennale Paris, which has been held in the capital since 1956, opened its doors this week with the firm intention of renewing its image and formula. Last year, the Biennale des Antiquaires suffered from the scandal of fake furniture (see “Aaron and Kraemer...
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A Contemporary Art Fair Cancelled in Houston

As the museums of Texas calculate the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey (see “National Endowment for the Humanities To Give 1 Million Dollars To Aid Texan Cultural Institutions”), the Texas Contemporary Art Fair has announced that it has cancelled its 2017 event. This...
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Two Works by Xavier Veilhan To Be Installed in front of the Centre Pompidou

It’s a busy year for Xavier Veilhan. This summer the French artist was in Venice to represent France at the famous Biennale. For several months, his immersive work Studio Venezia, which fuses the visual arts and music, was installed in the French Pavilion. He extended...
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Ann Freedman Settles Final Lawsuit in Knoedler Case

There are two aspects to the famous forgery affair that forced the Knoedler Gallery to close in 2011. The first concerns the forgeries. In mid-July, Glafira Rosales, who was involved in transporting the fakes to the gallery and their sale, was sentenced to pay $81...
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An Official Opening Date for the Louvre Abu Dhabi

Finally! The Minister of Culture Françoise Nyssen has put an end to the suspense. After numerous delays, the Louvre Abu Dhabi will officially be opened on 11 November 2017. In May of this year, sources close to the project announced a probable opening date in either...
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15 Paintings by Georg Baselitz Found by the German Police

German authorities have announced that they have found 15 stolen paintings and drawings by the artist Georg Baselitz, representing an estimated value of €2.5 million. In a press statement last month, the public prosecutor announced the arrest of a 51-year-old man...
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Artnews Examines the Habits of the Great Collectors

Artnews Examines the Habits of the Great Collectors

As it does every year, Artnews has published its examination of 200 of the world’s great collectors and what they spend their money on. The report begins by underlining the most important event so far this year: the sale of the untitled painting by Jean-Michel...

The Biennale des Antiquaires Becomes the Biennale Paris

The Biennale des Antiquaires Becomes the Biennale Paris

The Biennale Paris, which has been held in the capital since 1956, opened its doors this week with the firm intention of renewing its image and formula. Last year, the Biennale des Antiquaires suffered from the scandal of fake furniture (see “Aaron and Kraemer...

A Contemporary Art Fair Cancelled in Houston

A Contemporary Art Fair Cancelled in Houston

As the museums of Texas calculate the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey (see “National Endowment for the Humanities To Give 1 Million Dollars To Aid Texan Cultural Institutions”), the Texas Contemporary Art Fair has announced that it has cancelled its 2017 event. This...

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Jasper Johns @ Royal Academy of Arts
Oil on canvas. 182.9 x 320.7 cm. Collection of the artist © Jasper Johns / VAGA, New York / DACS, London 2017. Photo: Jamie Stukenberg © The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, 2017.

Jasper Johns @ Royal Academy of Arts

London
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Irving Penn @ Grand Palais
Picture of Self [Autoportrait] Cuzco, 1948 © Condé Nast

Irving Penn @ Grand Palais

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