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Pandemic pushes gallery districts to decentralise
Pandemic pushes gallery districts to decentralise
Dealers are swiftly setting up new spaces in the Hamptons this summer and an increasing number of galleries are taking root in smaller cities
The Art Newspaper
Defecting from Pace, Estate of Elizabeth Murray Heads to Gladstone Gallery
Defecting from Pace, Estate of Elizabeth Murray Heads to Gladstone Gallery
The latest addition to the roster of one of New York’s biggest galleries also marks a departure from a mega-enterprise. The estate of Elizabeth Murray will leave Pace Gallery, which has represented the artist for more than two decades, and join the roster of Gladstone Gallery, which has spaces in New York and Brussels.
Art News
Opportunities in July 2020
Opportunities in July 2020
From residencies to relief grants, a list of opportunities that artists, writers, and art workers can apply for this month.
Hyperallergic
Photographer Ming Smith’s Dreamlike Portraits of Everyday Life From Harlem to Ethiopia Are the Subject of a Tender New Online Show—See Them Here
Photographer Ming Smith’s Dreamlike Portraits of Everyday Life From Harlem to Ethiopia Are the Subject of a Tender New Online Show—See Them Here
As galleries and art institutions around the world begin to reopen, we are spotlighting individual shows—online and IRL—that are worth your attention.
Artnet
An Art-Dealing Dynasty Heir Sues Phillips Auction House for Reneging on a Deal After the Artist’s Market Took a Tumble
An Art-Dealing Dynasty Heir Sues Phillips Auction House for Reneging on a Deal After the Artist’s Market Took a Tumble
Art dealer Joe Nahmad is suing Phillips after the auction house pulled out of a $5 million guarantee deal for a work by Rudolf Stingel.
Artnet
Three Key Takeaways from the Hiscox Online Art Market Report
Three Key Takeaways from the Hiscox Online Art Market Report
In the past four months, the vast majority of art market transactions have taken place online as fairs, galleries, and auction houses have gone virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this period of incredible hardship, online art sales have become a lifeline for many dealers and artists, and several auction houses have notched their biggest online sales ever.
Artsy