9 May 2017, Andrew Russeth takes a look at Christine Macel’s main exhibition Viva Arte Viva at the 57th Venice Biennale.
12 May 2017, Alexxa Gotthardt and Scott Indrisek pick their 14 of their favourite artists from the Venice Biennale. In their selection is Moroccan artist Aschraf Touloub.
25 May 2017, Antwaun Sargent profiles Mohau Modisakeng and the body of work he is currently showcasing as part of the South Africa Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
24 May 2017, Tess Thackara takes a look at the exhibitions put on by African countries at the Venice Biennale and the various obstacles they had to overcome on the way to showcasing world class exhibitions.
19 May 2017, Anna Louie Sussman takes a look at the eye watering price recorded for Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Untitled (1982) during Sotheby’s Contemporary evening sale and the young Japanese buyer behind the transaction.
18 May 2017, Nate Freeman and Andrew Russeth look outside the Auction duopoly to analyse Phillips Contemporary Evening sale in New York.
17 May 2017, Alyssa Buffenstein looks at the inaugural Sotheby’s Modern and Contemporary African sale which took place in London. Although, there were some eye catching results, the sale failed to reach its low estimate.
17 May 2017, Nate Freeman reports on the Chrisites Postwar and Contemporary Sale during the New York May sales.
17 May 2017, Victoria Valentine previews the five works by Njideka Akunyili Crosby up for sale during the New York May sales.
May 17 2017, Anna Louie Sussman analyses Sotheby’s $173 million Impressionist and Modern Sale in New York.
12 May 2017, Seph Rodney reviews Ethiopian art Elias Sime’s work at James Cohan gallery.
8 May 2017, Heidi Mitchell looks at the worlds hottest art spots which includes the soon to open Zeitz MoCAA.
7 May 2017, Ilka Scobie reviews Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s current exhibition at the New Museum.
5 May 2017, Fondation Louis Vuitton’s current exhibition highlighting African Art is the focus of Louisa Buck’s Telegraph article. She takes a critical look at a sorely underrepresented segment of the international art market.
4 May 2017, Brian Boucher looks at 6 standout artists exhibiting at 1:54 New York, which is now in its third edition.
1 May 2017, Harpers Bazaar takes a look at the African art market and key developments that are driving an increase in popularity for art from the continent.