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Goodman Gallery to expand to London

The Goodman Gallery, one of Africa’s leading art galleries, announced yesterday that this fall, they will open their third location. Joining their Cape Town and Johannesburg spaces will be a new gallery space in London located on Cork Street in Mayfair. The gallery will be the first permanent gallery to come to the revitalized street […]

David Zwirner will represent Paul Klee’s Estate, who has never before worked with a gallery

David Zwirner Gallery will now represent the family of visionary Swiss-German artist Paul Klee (1879-1940), who up until now have never officially joined forces with any commercial gallery. A solo show of works taken directly from the family’s collection was subsequently scheduled to open in the gallery’s Chelsea space in September. The gallery also announced […]

Masterpiece London to expand to Hong Kong with Fine Art Asia

Masterpiece, the London-based art fair that spans modern and contemporary art as well as antiquities and jewellery, announced on Friday that it will be expanding to Hong Kong. Its international expansion efforts beyond London have long been anticipated since receiving an investment from Art Basel parent company MCH Group. The Hong Kong operation will not […]

Meow Wolf just announced an entirely different immersive experience

Meow Wolf isn’t your ordinary art collective and their newest announcement isn’t your usual art programme. No, the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment collective has joined forces with Phoenix-based True North Studio (TNS) to introduce a hotel-meets-exhibition concept in Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row Arts District. Beginning in 2008 with about ten artists, Meow Wolf has shaken […]

Paris’s Galerie Bernheim-Jeune Closes

After a glorious 150-year run, the widely celebrated Galerie Bernheim-Jeune is permanently closing its doors in Paris. The gallery has earned a global reputation for presenting the best of the avant-garde and widely contributing to some of the greatest artists’ careers. Le Journal des Arts reports that the gallery’s board has officially closed the space to pursue […]

The UK Art World Prepares for Brexit

As the Brexit deadline looms with no clarity on what to expect after March 29, the art world in the UK is beginning to take action. Auctioneers, galleries, dealers and artists are all trying to assess the challenges of Brexit, including the tariffs to be paid and saved, as well as the opportunities lost or […]

‘100% Women’ will feature women only in a year-long programme at Richard Saltoun Gallery

In less than a month the Richard Saltoun Gallery (RSG) will embark on a year-long programme of exhibitions solely focused on female artists. As part of the gallery’s ongoing commitment to supporting artists who are under-recognized and under-represented, RSG will use their exhibitions as a protest against gender inequalities still prominent in the art world […]