Archive for May 2019

Forthcoming catalogue raisonné could render Brett Whiteley works worthless

Australian artist Brett Whiteley (1939-1992) made a name for himself creating vibrantly-coloured paintings of nudes and landscapes. Prolific in his work, his paintings have also been the centre of a […]

Nalini Malani receives the 2019 Joan Miró Prize

Recently, Nalini Malani was announced as the 2019 winner of the seventh Joan Miró Prize presented by the Fundació Joan Miró and La Caixa Foundation, a segment of a bank […]

Louvre staff strike due to ‘suffocating’ guest counts

On the homepage of the Louvre’s website, one of the sliders urges potential visitors to buy their tickets in advance as the museum is ‘exceptionally busy.’ On Monday, the Louvre […]

Masterpiece London 2019 dealer list

Masterpiece London brings together a wide range of fine art, jewelry, furniture, and various other dealers from around the world. From June 27th through July 3rd, the fair will take […]

Every Woman Biennial: A biennial like you’ve never seen

‘My goal is to be an inclusive and rainbow as humanly possible.’ That’s what New York-based artist Christine Finley said of her art show that wrapped up today in New […]

Fake museum guides spread information on ‘The Crisis at The Whitney’

‘Welcome to The Crisis at The Whitney: A Guide’ Guests entering New York’s Whitney museum recently may have been a little caught off guard when the picked up their museum […]

Dijon’s museum gets a renovation

After undergoing a very, very long reconstruction period, the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Dijon, one of the most luxurious in Europe, will be reopening its doors. An advertising campaign appropriately […]