Paris Photo came to a close for the 20th edition this week, critically acclaimed by collectors, cultural institutions, and photographers from all over the world.
The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) the latest work from artist Jimmy Cauty, housed in a 40 ft shipping container is a monumental post-riot landscape in miniature – arriving in Oxford between the 25th and 27th November before it continues its country-wide tour of ‘riot sites’ until Christmas Day.
A group exhibition of five artists who use architectural surfaces from real or fictional places and reconfigure and/or re-appropriate to make their own idiosyncratic superstructures is the subject of a newly curated exhibition by BEASTON projects. frac-tured-su-per-struc-tures, now far removed from their origins, these works present something from another world, uniting past and present whilst giving clues to memory, time and place. Artists include:Selma Parlour | Bella Easton | Tim Ellis | Michael Petry | Artemis Potamianou
A spectacular multimedia group exhibition is set to open in a multi-storey underground car park situated in the heart of Soho’s, West End over the period of 10 days.
Last night’s results for the Evening Sales of Impressionist & Modern Art in New York coupled with those in London this June, demonstrate there is strong demand for top-quality works at every price level,” said Simon Shaw, Co-Head of Sotheby’s Worldwide Impressionist & Modern Art Department.
The fabulously sexy dress that Monroe wore at her historic appearance at the Madison Square Garden charity dinner, where she performed the song ‘Happy Birthday’ to President John F. Kennedy who was turning 45, is up for grabs Julien’s auction in the US on 17th-19th November.
The first part of the David Bowie art collection that went under the hammer at Sotheby’s yesterday (10 November) has achieved £24.3m ($30.5 m) with a painting by Jean-Michele Basquiat reaching £7 million.
Willem Weismann has produced an ambitious suite of new paintings for his exhibition ‘Basement Odyssey’ at the Zabludowicz Collection in London.
New work by the Turner Prize nominated British action sculptor, painter and ceramicist, Bruce McLean has been announced by London’s Bernard Jacobson Gallery.
The twelve shortlisted photographers have been selected for the seventh Prix Pictet, Space, has been announced at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has announced the recipients of the 22nd annual Awards for Artists, the largest individual awards made to visual artists and composers in the UK.
The UK’s oldest arts centre and Liverpool’s Centre for the Contemporary Arts, the Bluecoat announces a vibrant programme of exhibitions and events to celebrate their 300th anniversary of its landmark building in 2017.
Rothko: Dark Palette will be the 10th presentation of the artist’s work at Pace New York. The exhibition traces the history of Mark Rothko’s use of dark colors in his sectional paintings. It is on view at 510 West 25th Street from November 4, 2016 through January 7, 2017.
A new contemporary artwork titled ‘BEAUTY < IMMORTALITY’ by Turner Prize nominated and BAFTA award-winning artists Langlands & Bell has been unveiled at one of London’s busiest Tube stations.
The Holburne Museum in Bath has announced the UK’s first exhibition devoted to the Bruegel dynasty, including recent attributions for two paintings from the Museum’s own collection. Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty will unravel the complex Bruegel family tree, revealing the originality and diversity of Antwerp’s famous artistic dynasty.
The first exhibition of Modernist photography from The Sir Elton John Collection ever staged in the UK opens on 10 November 2016 at Tate Modern.
The six shortlisted proposals by international teams, representing seventy-three artists, architects, designers, planners and engineers from Asia, Europe, North America and South America will be unveiled on Wednesday 9 November in the Illuminated River Exhibition, a free exhibition running for three weeks at the Royal Festival Hall (RFH) until Tuesday 29 November.
Lord and Lady Attenborough’s Modern British art collection goes under the hammer November 2016, at Sotheby’s London. On 22 – 23 November, Sotheby’s Modern & Post-War British art sales will offer 37 works from their celebrated private collection, assembled with immense passion and a very distinctive eye.
A new gallery show of the Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei 2016: Roots and Branches, has opened at Mary Boone Gallery in both its Fifth Avenue and Chelsea locations. The exhibition of recent works includes pieces in a variety of mediums – from ancient wood and porcelain to modern LEGO bricks, and wallpaper of the Artist’s design.
The first U.S. exhibition focused on French designer and architect Pierre Chareau (1883-1950) has opened in New York.
Donal Moloney’s Cave Floor is this year’s winner of the visitor’s prize where museum goers to the John Moores Painting Prize have the chance to select their favourite.
A groundbreaking collection of original art from ’60s American Underground Comix will be offered for the first time in 40 years when The Eric Sack Collection – Masterpieces of Underground Art crosses the block Nov. 17-19 at Heritage Auctions.
A public appeal to acquire Sir Thomas Lawrence’s unfinished final portrait of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, has been announced today, Thursday 3 November 2016.
The Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer, one of Scotland’s best-loved paintings has been consigned to Christie’s Auctioneers, in a move that could see it go abroad.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) International Prize 2016 has announced the shortlist for this important architecture prize . The winner will be announced on Thursday 24 November 2016.
Frederic, Lord Leighton’s painting ‘Flaming June’ one of the most iconic works of nineteenth-century British art has returned to the house in which it was painted, Leighton House Museum, Kensington.
The Griffin Gallery has announced the shortlist for the 2016 Griffin Art Prize and exhibition. Out of 270 entries, six artists have been shortlisted and will take part in the prize exhibition from 24th November – 23rd December 2016.
From 1–10 November, the collection will be exhibited at Sotheby’s New Bond Street galleries in London, giving fans, collectors, art lovers and experts a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to immerse themselves in the extraordinary range of objects that informed Bowie’s private world.
Ikon gallery Birmingham is presenting a major exhibition of the Birmingham-born artist Roger Hiorns.
On October 21st the Artes Mundi 7 Exhibition and Prize in Cardiff opened its doors to the British public, presenting a major exhibition of work from six of the world’s most innovative contemporary artists. Artes Mundi 7 is the UK’s largest contemporary art prize, with the winner receiving the sum of £40,000. The prize is open to artists whose work explores social issues […]
On 6 September Christie’s announced a rise in its buyer’s premium altering the percentage thresholds. Sotheby’s announced about a month later that they would also fall into line by raising their commission.
Whether you think this is fine art or illustration, Norman Rockwell’s Which One? (Undecided; Man in Voting Booth) will be a major highlight of the 21 November 2016 auction of American Art at Sotheby’s New York.