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The Long Overlooked Female Artists Suddenly Getting Market Attention

Bad weather didn’t keep collectors away from the 2018 Armory Show, which closed March 11 after strong attendance over its five-day run. The fair’s overall sales gave no indication that the event opened just as the second nor’easter hit New England in under a week, canceling and delaying flights from inbound visitors across the world. 1,045 more words

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David Goldblatt Opens in Paris

PARIS—For the first time in France, the Centre Pompidou is staging a large-scale retrospective on South African photographer David Goldblatt.

The exhibition takes visitors through the entire output of the photographer (b. 645 more words


Broomberg & Chanarin: Divine Violence

BrooMBerg & chanarin Divine Violence Genesis 2013 Ensemble de 57 cadres contenant 724 feuillets Epreuve à jet d’encre pour les éléments texte et image © Broomberg & Chanarin, Adagp 2018 © Centre Pompidou / Dist. 425 more words


Louvre Abu Dhabi

It has taken ten years, countless construction delays, a reported one billion dollars and  not a bit of controversy to build the Louvre Abu Dhabi, which finally opened its doors to the public on 11 November last year. 2,022 more words


Yto Barrada for The Curve at the Barbican Centre

Yto Barrada’s first solo show in a public gallery in London will be opening on 7th February at The Barbican. In 2018, The born-in-Paris Moroccan artist will transform… 351 more words


André Derain at the Pompidou Centre

Andre Derain (1880-1954) is well known as an avant garde artist at the beginning of the 20th century and it is this period of his life that the exhibition at the Pompidou Centre concentrates on, as is evident from it’s title ‘André Derain, 1904-1914, The Radical Decade’. 928 more words

André Derain