Tag Archives: Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Meanwhile… (future) History: Mark your calendars for 2014’s Art World Events

While this polar vortex has its way with New York, we’ve decided to turn our attention to all the things to come in the balmier months of the year. We’re not the only ones: this past week there were a … Continue reading

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Where the Women Are: Some thoughts on London’s Frieze Week

Last week, the art world descended on London for the ever-more-established Frieze Art Fair and its sophomore sister Frieze Modern. While what was once the “emerging,” “intellectual” fair has started to feel more and more expected, Frieze still had a … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Biennales: Istanbul and Moscow

So, September is traditionally a full month for the art world, as galleries click back in after summer schedules and the worldwide spate of biennales further obstructs one’s ability to schedule a Skype-call. In the whirl of events, there were … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading on the Art World’s response to the Events in Turkey

So, admittedly, we’ve been a bit quiet this week (and it isn’t just the Venice hangover), but, like many of our colleagues and readers, we haven’t really found the words to speak about what’s going on in Turkey. As we’ve … Continue reading

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The Art World readies itself for a Gulf Spring

Today in the Gulf News, the wonderful Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, founder of Sharjah’s Barjeel Art Foundation and one of the foremost political commentators of the region – read his Twitter stream here – published an opinion piece on the national … Continue reading

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