3 November 2017, Janelle Zara and Taylor Dafoe take a look at the first step in launching Art Basel Cities Buenos Aires in November 2018. Scheryn Founder and Director, Herman Steyn, was invited on behalf of Art Basel to participate in the week, culminating in a discussion with local gallerist, Nora Fisch, at the end of the week.
1 November 2017, Andrew Russeth takes a look at the court case involving the Berkshire Museum, Sotheby’s and the sons of Norman Rockwell. The court case is a consequence of the Berkshire Museum wanting to sell works from its collection due to a “precarious financial situation that represents a threat to its continued survival.”
24 September 2017, Kelly Kellaway visit Turner Prize nominee Lubaina Himid at her home in Preston to discuss her practice and the 2017 Turner Prize.
27 September 2017, Bella Naija reports on the unveiling of the second edition of Art X Lagos. Building on a immensely successful first Tokini Peterside, the founder of Art X Lagos, hopes to cement its title as the premier international art fair in West Africa.
22 September 2017, Artforum reports on the unfolding story of documenta’s financial mismanagement scandal.
27 September 2017, Nate Freeman reports on another appointment for the Art Basel Cities Initiative, this time is it Simon Sakhai and Aya Mousawi of the Moving Museum.
18 September 2017, Diane Smyth profiles the 11th Rencontres de Bamako which will run from 2 December 2017 – 31 January 2018. Mali’s Biennale will feature work from 40 photographers and collectives, drawn from all over the continent and from the African diaspora.
15 September 2017, Hili Perlson looks at the 15th Istanbul Biennial curated by Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset.