Actress and former auctioneer Viveca Paulin-Ferrell has become a major player on the California scene Read More
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Liu Yiqian, one of China’s biggest art collectors, made waves last week when an image of him drinking tea from an antique porcelain cup that he bought at Sotheby’s for $36.3 million (paying for the item with his American Express … Read More
Goldmsiths, the University of London—home to one of the world’s most prestigious art departments—will soon build a public gallery behind that department’s South East London facility, The Art Newspaper reports.
Charmaine Jefferson, director of Los Angeles’ California African American Museum, will depart her post by the end of the day today, the Los Angeles Times reports.
In a story out today, The Art Newspaper reports that Germano Celant’s eyebrow-raising $1 million fee for his upcoming work on Milan Expo 2015 is not standard for curators of major shows like the expo, Documenta, or the Venice Biennale. … Read More
Sotheby’s auction house announced Thursday that it will soon downsize a “modest” number of its employees worldwide.
The New Museum announced today today that curator Massimiliano Gioni will now hold the title “Artistic Director” at the museum.
The art collection of Richard Mellon Scaife, the Pennsylvania-based billionaire who died on July 4 at 82, will be split between to the Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art in Chadds Ford and the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in … Read More
The New York-based Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang floated a barge packed with stuffed animals around Shanghai today, The Wall Street Journal reports, in a piece meant to draw attention to the city’s polluted waters (as well as a few of … Read More
An exhibition at Scandinavia House explores the ways artists depict the history and politics of the Sámi indigenous people Read More
A show at the Victoria & Albert explores the qualities that make an object subversive Read More