26 June 2018, Eileen Kinsella reports on a new study by US Trust which shows that nearly one third of wealthy women own art or are interested in buying it.
15 June 2018, Benjamin Sutton looks at a new grant which producer, rapper, and art collector Swizz Beatz is giving out. The new initiative, under the auspices of the Dean Collection, worked with a curatorial team of more than a dozen people to pick 20 artists, each of whom will receive $5,000.
26 June 2018, Anny Shaw reports on a new section at the upcoming London fair which will explore artists who railed against “the idea that genius resided solely in masculinity.”
22 June 2018, Catherine Hickley reports on an exhibition of photographs by the artist Marc Erwin Babej that seek to enter the white supremacist mindset of the settlers in German South West Africa, today’s Namibia.
21 June 2018, Gemma Padley takes a look at Viviane Sassen’s new exhibition ‘Hot Mirror’ at The Hepworth Wakefield.
18 June 2018, Christian House looks at the work of William Kentridge and Kara Walker and the importance of silhouettes in their work.
20 June 2018, Kate Brown reports on a vote by the city of Kassel to purchase a public monument to refugees by Nigerian-born American artist Olu Oguibe. The Monument to Strangers and Refugees was part of last years documenta 14.
13 June 2018, Jose da Silva reports on a painting by Hamishi Farah which was shown at the recently completed Liste. The painting is a response to Dana Shutz’s painting, Open Casket (2016), which raised controversy when it was displayed at the Whitney Biennial last year.
15 June 2018, Christa Dee looks at the art of Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, a young artists from the DRC.