Monthly Archives: April 2012

Poetics becomes even more Imminent: São Paulo announces the artist list

Taking a cue from the Guggenheim, this week the international art world turns its attention South. Mexico’s largest fair, Zona Maco kicks off today with its emphasis on Latin and South America, with Coleccion Jumex director Patrick Charpenel has selected … Continue reading

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The Guggenheim does it homework, with some help from UBS

This week the Guggenheim Museum announced that it would launch a new program of exhibitions and curator residencies aimed at expanding the geography within the collection. The Guggenheim UBS Map Global Art Initiative takes a radically different approach to the … Continue reading

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Is Winzavod is getting a non-profit facelift? Guelman Gallery also “transforming”

On the heels of Aidan Salakhova’s announcement that she would transition her gallery into AidanStudio, a noncommercial space to show her students’ work, Russian press has speculated that both XL Gallery and the Marat and Julia Guelman Gallery would follow … Continue reading

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Aidan Salakhova will close Aidan Gallery, after 20 years

On April 23, the Aidan Gallery will mark its 20th year on the scene in Moscow. “On the scene” –  for many of these years, Aidan was the scene, as the first major private gallery of contemporary art. Aidan has announced … Continue reading

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The Black Swan presents “Three Artists Walk into a Bar..”

For those who found themselves at Innovation, asking where’s Voina…?: look no further. While it’s true, they may be busy gearing up for the Berlin Biennale, they’ll also be part of the punchline at de Appel’s “Three Artists Walk into … Continue reading

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The 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial gets its intellectual foundations in Ekaterinburg

On March 28-30, the Ekaterinburg outpost of the National Center for Contemporary Art (who just awarded their annual Innovation prize) hosted a conference to outline the intellectual platform for the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial, scheduled for September 13 – October … Continue reading

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One more month to get in applications for the Future Generation Art Prize!

As Taus Makhacheva celebrates one New Generation Prize,  our thoughts have turned to another… As a proud Partner Platform of the Pinchuk Centre’s Future Generation Art Prize, we wanted to remind applicants that they have one more month to get … Continue reading

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