This week, the Brooklyn Museum’s Brooklyn Artists Ball takes places on Wednesday; on Thursday our preview of Art Brussels begins and we launch a sale with The Line, and we continue our CalArts Benefit Sale through Saturday.
...in London, Andreas Gursky opens at Sprüth Magers; Jean Nouvel opens at Gagosian Gallery; Tauba Auerbach opens at the Institute of Contemporary Arts; Chris Marker opens at Whitechapel Gallery; “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” opens at Tate Modern.
In the news last week, art buyers have found a tax break in the U.S. when buying at auction (New York Times); a new art exchange in London allows collectors to buy shares of art by street artists (Reuters); art critic Greg Allen discovered that George W. Bush’s paintings were sourced from first hits on Google Image (greg.org); the Miami pastor who got busted for selling fake Damien Hirst paintings faces seven years in prison (Huffington Post); SFMOMA will open “the largest exhibition space for photography in any art museum in the United States” in 2016 (Los Angeles Times); and in Pakistan artists inspired by JR’s “Inside Out Project,” created #NotABugSplat to deter drone strikes (CNN).
And, in case you missed it, we covered the Dallas Art Fair, including trending artists, artworks, gallery booths, and eight hot artists under 40 at the fair; Richard Phillips spoke to us on the occasion of his new show at Dallas Contemporary and shared “missing pieces” and his thoughts on art in the digital space; Art Privée shared a post on the current trend of gallery collaborations; Cory Jacobs, curator of the Gallery at Hermès shared an inside look at the current Miranda Lichtenstein show; we shared top picks from the AIPAD Photography Show; and we highlighted current shows at our partner galleries including Jason Shawn Alexander at 101/Exhibit, Ricardo Mazal at Sundaram Tagore, Shannon Richardson at Brumfield’s Gallery, and Guido Mocafico at Hamiltons Gallery.
Millenary Frosted Gold and Opal Dial