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1-54 African Contemporary Arts Fair 2019

1-54 has established itself as a leading voice in the discussion on contemporary African art, bringing together a diverse set of perspectives from around the world....

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Deptford X Celebrates 21st Birthday

London’s longest running contemporary visual arts festival has attracted over 1 million visitors since its inception in 1998. ...

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Nostalgia and Vibrant Imagery at 50th Rencontres d’Arles

This year, the organisers undertook the unprecedented task of identifying, ranking, and inventorying their vast archives to turn them into a major retrospective exhibition....

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Contemporary Art. Chosen by Dogs. For Dogs and Humans

With a little help from their human companions, these canine curators have selected artworks in what is believed to be the first exhibition of its kind. ...

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Tehran’s Art Fair Opens Despite Growing Tensions With US

The second edition of Teer Art Fair aims to foster domestic Iranian art scene at a time when international sales are increasingly difficult for the country's galleries....

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Hong Kong’s Art World Unites As Demonstrations Continue

Artists have been a driving force behind the demonstrations, while the gallery community has encouraged strike action, with many closing to enable staff to join protests. ...

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Art Basel Removes Part of Andrea Bowers’ Work in #Metoo Outcry

Bowers honours request by alleged assault survivor who states she did not give permission for her image to be included in the piece....

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Breeze Art and Makers Fair Announced for This September

The fair is a celebration of unique craft from a specially selected collection of artists from around the South West....

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Galerie da-End: What Ticks

Theatrical declarations and curated authenticity. Galerie Da-End: The mystery and the multidisciplinary...

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Photo London 2019

Now in its fifth edition, Photo London was founded in 2015 to give the city an international photography event befitting its status as a global cultural capital....

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Vivian Maier Collection Finally Available to UK Collectors

After years of copyright limbo, the mysterious Vivian Maier's works are available to British collectors for the first time at Photo London....

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Mayfair Art Weekend 2019

This summer, Mayfair Art Weekend will showcase a vibrant range of contemporary art, sculpture and antiquities, with an event programme to include free and unique events open to all....

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Art Money April : Photography in Focus

A review of the international art industry in April 2019...

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In and Out of Warhol’s Orbit

An intimate exhibition of photojournalist Nat Finkelstein's work reveals the complex characters behind the well-documented tensions and hedonism of Andy Warhol’s studio....

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V&A to Stage Largest Ever Exhibition on Photographer Tim Walker

Tim Walker: Wonderful Things is the latest in the museum’s series of projects working in collaboration with contemporary practitioners. ...

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VOLTA New York 2019 Cancelled?

All VOLTA New York exhibitors will be fully reimbursed their invoiced payments. The VOLTA Basel fair in June is unaffected by these events....

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Art Paris 2019 Celebrates Women Artists and Latin America

Favouring a thematic approach and open to all mediums, the 21st edition of the fair will bring together 150 modern and contemporary art galleries at Grand Palais in April....

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Shaun Greenhalgh: bargains and vulnerability in the Art underworld

The line between artist and forger an interview with Shaun Greenhalgh...

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London’s First Dealer Cooperative Art Fair

Connect – The Independent Art Fair is a new event that aims to fill the gap in the fair calendar by focusing on all levels of collector. ...

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A Timely Review of the Art Market: London Art Fair 2019

This year's London Art Fair focused on the various correspondences between the work of contemporary artists from Latin America and Europe....

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Olly Studio : Cash is cache and fight

The profile of the street artist has changed dramatically over the last 15 years...

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Constraint and Liberty: Making Waves in Myanmar

Burmese artist Chuu Wai Nyein is making waves with provocative images that have proved controversial in her home country, known for its socially conservative views towards women....

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#MeToo Makes Number Three in ArtReview Power 100

The #MeToo movement has sparked a rush of exhibitions in galleries and museums, many focusing solely on female artists in the past year. ...

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US Art Dealers Mobilising in Support of Democrats

An initiative by Swing Left is part of an effort to mobilise the left-leaning energies of the art world to get out the vote for Democrats. ...

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Frieze Explores the Possibilities of Political Activism in Art-making

Frieze continues to be a key destination for collecting institutions around the world, enabling the entry of works by today’s most forward-thinking artists....

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Exhibition On Screen Returns For Sixth Season

The pioneering series of cinematic films about exhibitions, galleries and artists returns with ​Degas: Passion for Perfection​ from 6 November 2018....

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Terrorism Fears Curbing Children’s Cultural Visits

London galleries in particular were hit hard last year, as schoolchildren admissions fell for the fourth consecutive year....

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A Rich Body Of Data

The flows and forms of MutualArt...

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Time Lapse: Iranian Film in Photography

CAMA Gallery of Iranian art presents Time Lapse, an exhibition of photographs by seven prestigious Iranian film directors. ...

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The Rise of the Curator

New forms of power emerge all the time and for a while they escape criticism, but not forever!...

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