London | Breese Little is (also) closing its doors
The Bethnal Green gallery, which opened in Clerkenwell seven years ago, has announced that it is closing.
In 2016 a group of galleries launched Condo, a novel initiative in which local spaces hosted incoming galleries, creating a sort of anti art fair where exhibitors incurred minimal costs and the city was flooded with art from across the globe.
The online editorial platform-cum-artist project/archive, e-flux, recently announced the creation of a new Internet domain pertaining specifically to art-related online resources.
In “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life”, a collection of essays by 40 working artists, Sharon Louden claims that “the idea that one needs a gallery to justify one's existence as an artist is,
Marta Minujin is an avant-garde, rebellious artist, popular in both her native Argentina and internationally. In the 60s, she hung out with Andy Warhol, and later, she was one of the first artists rec
Times are hard for both emerging and middle-market galleries. In spite of the rising costs dealers face in order to participate in art fairs, these remain the places where the majority of a gallery's
Since its inception in 1895, and especially in the last decades, the Venice Biennale has received criticism for its stiff nation-based system. Most recently, a panel organized during the 2017 edition of Miart, titled “Thinking beyond the Nation in the National Pavilion Model” saw curators Sebastian Cichocki and Bartolomeo Pietromarchi discuss the relevance of national representation in Venice, a debate which raised questions as to the legitimacy of this system and the type of the relationshi