28 March 2017, With Art Basel recently releasing their own Art Market Report Colin Gleadell looks at it in light of the TEFAF report released earlier in the month. It is interesting to see how the differing methodologies used by the two authors to measure the size of the art market has produced different results across the two reports.
13 April 2017, Cristina Ruiz profiles William Kentridge’s new Foundation which he recently set up in Johannesburg.
13 April 2017, Jane Morris takes a look at the African Art market and the increased interest it is receiving. Starting in Paris she navigates her way through prominent Collectors, expanding Art Fairs, competing Auction Houses and a new Contemporary Art Museum to question why Africa is receiving so much attention recently.
4 April 2017, Hili Perlson takes a look at The African Art in Venice Forum which wants to contribute to a stronger contemporary African art community while interrogating why Africa is underrepresented at the upcoming Venice Biennale. Both of Scheryn’s Founders, Herman Steyn and Dabing Chen, will be taking part in the Forum.
14 March 2017, Casey Lesser takes a look at the Bruce High Quality Foundation and their drive to create free art education for students in rural Zambia. The Foundation which started in Manhattan has now expanded its reach to Africa.
3 March 2017, Claire Wrathall profiles the British collector Robert Devereux and his decision to start collecting African art.
4 March 2017, Artnet looks at 5 takeaways from the 2017 TEFAF Global Art Market Report. This is the first year that Prof Rachel Pownall compiled the report as the previous author, Dr Clare McAndrew, had moved to Art Basel to compile their own stand alone Art Market report.