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On the love bed of Charles Saatchi (4) - The Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing

“I see you three times a year, next year will be four-glad to hear you are exhibiting at Art Basel HK from next year. Frequently enough to get more intimated, don’t you think?” Massimo, was probably in his early 50s, an art dealer from Milano said on the after party at Art Basel. 682 more words

Life Is A Joke

Artnet's Claims of Controversy Between Art Basel and Artsy Not Accurate: Marc Spiegler

In a bitter and convoluted art world spat, the world’s biggest fair franchise and two online art sellers are suddenly embroiled in a “he said—or did he?” controversy. 992 more words

Former Montrealer at pinnacle of art dealing world

At TEFAF, the world’s most exclusive art fair in Maastricht, the Netherlands, the first booth upon entering is Landau Fine Art of Montreal.

The booth belonging to Robert Landau is the sole Canadian entry among the 275 elite galleries. 1,913 more words

Local News

Miami Digital Artist Creating Piece For Grammys

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The official artist for the Grammy Awards has been named and he’s from Miami.

Laurence Gartel, a digital artist, is working on a life-sized version of the iconic statuette, which he’s wrapping in his psychedelic imagery using vinyl, glitter and prismatic materials. 179 more words


Pharrell Williams in front of Chanoir wall !

It is no news, #pharrell Williams spends times in Miami during #ArtBasel Miami Beach and of course he does stay in SoBe during all his week so we can meet from time to time in #Midtown or #Wynwood. 39 more words

Art Vitam

Urs Fischer and his Neo-Dada Raindrops

One of my favorite booths at Art Basel Miami Beach this year was Urs Fischer’s Green Raindrops, Horses Dream of Horses.  When you go to an event like this, it makes sense to bring your headliner artists and their greatest hits.   168 more words


The Art World Circa 2015, As Explained By the Glory of Instagram

It’s possible that, today, the fine details of the jet-setting art scene have never been so thoroughly documented, dissected, discussed and devoured. And, no, it’s not a Sarah Thornton book that’s doing all the dirty work. 176 more words