Venue:Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
Date:November 25, 2023 at 11:00 AM
Location:North East England
Art Market - a-n The Artists Information Company
Venue:The Showroom Workstation
Date:November 19, 2022 at 10:00 AM
New report highlights how visual artists continue to face barriers in order to fully monetise their practice.
From:June 22, 2019
To:June 23, 2019
Other News In Brief: David Hockney painting breaks record for a living artist; California wildfires threaten cultural sites; and MoMA curator Quentin Bajac leaves to become director of the French national photography museum Jeu de Paume.
UK’s largest art fair outside London returns for its 10th edition with bumper exhibition and an extended programme of talks and events.
Although this year’s Frieze London art fair, which continues to Sunday 7 October, feels a little more restrained than usual, there’s still room for wildly odd and raucously sardonic works. Chris Sharratt reports from the Regent’s Park tent.
With London’s Regent’s Park taken over by two vast temporary marquees as the international art world descends on the capital for Frieze London and Frieze Masters, we preview both fairs and other art, craft and design fairs and events taking place across the city from 1-7 October.
The Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) has launched a report outlining how transparency, fair prices, and easier royalty collection in the art market could be improved by digital ledger technologies.
In Brief: News briefing featuring national and international stories including: National Museums Liverpool announce new director; plans to increase German arts funding by 23%; The Munch Museum makes 7,600 drawings freely available online.
One of Scotland’s key commercial galleries for contemporary art marks its 20th year with a new home in a former Glasite Meeting House in the city. Jessica Ramm reports.
The highs, lows, ins and outs of the online art market.
News briefing with national and international stories, including: Chris Dercon and Volksbühne theatre part ways following protests; BP Portrait Award 2018 announces shortlisted artists; IXIA seeks views from public art sector.
The German filmmaker and writer is the first female artist to be named by the ArtReview Power 100 as the most influential person in the art world, although men still outweigh women on the list.
In a post-Grenfell London, this year’s Frieze Art Fair feels more incongruous than ever, but what of the art inside? Chris Sharratt reports.
It’s that time of year again when London’s Regent’s Park is taken over by two vast temporary marquees as the international art world descends on the capital for Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masters. We take a look at Frieze and the other art, craft and design fairs taking place across the city this week.
“Biennale focus on Art and Artists” I have to admit that I was rather confused to read the introduction of 2017 Venice Biennale by chief curator Christine Macel, “Focus on the role of Art and Artists”. OK, great! Artist on […]
The London gallery that represented artists including Bedwyr Williams, Sean Edwards and Holly Hendry has closed.
At the recent symposium, ‘Art is not a Commodity: Examining Economic Exceptionalism in Art’, Rosalie Schweiker argued that artists need to “stop faking orgasms” and instead start clearly vocalising their dissatisfaction with the art world. Here, we publish an edited version of her presentation.
Dave Beech’s book Art and Value was the subject of a recent symposium at London’s ICA that raised important questions about such diverse areas as the role of arts organisations, corporate sponsorship and paying artists. Laura Harris attended and found pockets of insight in an incohesive day.
A survey of exhibitors at this week’s London Art Fair shows galleries believe ensuring free movement of people and goods within the EU is the most important thing the UK government can do to ensure London remains a global art hub post-Brexit.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: Royal Standard relocates, David Hockney to design stained-glass window for the Queen, and photographer Greg Constantine banned from attending his own exhibition.
‘The Last Editions’ is the final chance to celebrate the work of The Multiple Store and to buy one of the high-quality editions it has been commissioning since 1998 by artists including Turner Prize nominees and winners. Co-founder Nicholas Sharp talks about his reasons for starting the project, and why it’s now time to wrap things up.
As the international art world descends on London for Frieze Week – which for 2016 takes place a week earlier than previous years – we take a look at the art, craft and design fairs taking place in the capital.
Art world professionals will be sharing their insights on what makes a city an art market centre at the Fair Cities panel discussion, part of The Manchester Contemporary art fair.