Traducere // Translate

Michael Williams, AIPAD, Wang Jianwei, Amy Sedaris, and more

Consumer Reports: Michael Williams
TEFAF Hires Patrick van Maris as CEO, Paul Hustinx Retiring
Don't Miss Amy Sedaris at Invisible-Exports in New York
Here Is the 2015 AIPAD Photography Show New York Exhibitor List
Farber Foundation Announces Finalists for Cuban Art Awards
The Anatomy Lesson: Miranda July Channels Her Inner Roth In Debut Novel
Happy January! The art world is finally back in action after the long holiday break, and the first fairs of 2015 are coming up fast. This week we wanted to draw your attention to the Top 200 Collectors section of ARTnews site, where we will be running regular coverage of art patrons—the people whose money keeps the market humming. Within that section is a new regular feature: Collector's Corner, which provides a close-up look at these amassers and their collections. The first edition is with Ryan Kortman, of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Thank you for reading. —The Editors
MFA Houston announces $450 million redevelopment plan.Houston Chronicle
U.S. arts attendance is down, according to NEA studies.Hyperallergic
Harun Farocki at Hamburger Bahnhof.Contemporary Art Daily
FAA regulations may limits artists' use of drones.The Art Newspaper
Gagosian London will recreate Henry Moore's studio.The Guardian
Off and Running: James Shalom on His Offsite Project
It's About Time: Wang Jianwei at the Guggenheim
9 Art Events to Attend in New York This Week
Cuban Performance Artist Tania Bruguera Speaks Out About Her Recent Detention

Niciun comentariu: