19 June 2018, Evan Moffit looks at Manifesta 12 and how the exhibition positions Sicily as the fulcrum of geopolitical conflicts over migration, trade, security and surveillance.
19 June 2018, Sean O’Toole looks at the popularity of photography in Africa and how the medium has evolved over the years.
14 June 2018, Anna Louise Sussman spoke to a dozen gallerists and art-world professionals during Art Basel week about how collectors can help galleries survive and thrive.
13 June 2018, Alexxa Gotthardt reports on Helen Martins and her Owl House in Nieu-Bethesda, South Africa.
Economics Professor Pier Luiggi Sacco calls our attention to a crucial tension in the way contemporary visual arts operate today.
13 June 2018, Melanie Gerlis questions whether the art market can continue thrive in a sharing economy characterised by millennial’s who are more interested in experiencing, sharing and being in the moment. Millennial’s don’t seem to have the same collecting gene as previous generations and this could have a lasting impact on the market as we know it today.
11 June 2018, Andrew Goldstein spoke to Art Basel’s Global Director, Marc Spiegler, about his perspective on the market’s tumultuous landscape in the run-up to Art Basel’s flagship event in Switzerland.
8 June 2018, Pablo Larios reports on the 10th Berlin Biennale and asks the question of whether we need another specialists’ biennale.
7 June 2018, Kate Brown speaks to Gabi Ngcobo and Thiago de Paula Souza to discuss the upcoming 10th Berlin Biennale and how the team are following up Germany’s year of mega exhibitions.