Art Stage Singapore cancelled only days before it’s meant to open

Just a week before it was set to open on January 24th, Art Stage Singapore, a major contemporary art fair, was abruptly cancelled leaving artists and gallerists in the dark. […]

Thieves flee New York’s Team Gallery by foot after stealing artwork

New York’s Team Gallery fell victim to a heist on the afternoon of January 10th and it wasn’t the high-tech, intricate kind we see in the movies. A man and […]

Italy blocks deal to lend works by da Vinci to the Louvre in 2019

In November it became clear that the Italian government might overturn their agreement to loan a number of works by Leonardo da Vinci to the Louvre this year for a […]

Record breaking attendance for Louvre in 2018 with help from Beyoncé and Delacroix

2018 turned out to be a fantastic year for the Louvre. On January 3rd, the museum reported just how good of a year they had in terms of attendance. With […]

Plans for a North Carolina museum to house a controversial Confederate monument rejected

The University of North Carolina’s (UNC) board of governors has rejected a December 3rd proposal for a $3.5 million museum on the university’s campus. UNC board of trustees from its […]

The good, bad, and the ugly: 2018 in review

As the year draws to an end, it feels like the best time to look back at the art world’s highs and lows. So, we’ve summed 2018 up for you […]

Protesters call to ‘decolonize’ the Whitney starting with museum board vice chairman

Around noon on December 9th, the lobby of the Whitney Museum of American Art filled with around 250 protesters chanting ‘decolonise this museum!’ The protest comes as a response to […]