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Latifa Echakhch wins the Marcel Duchamp Prize!

So, admittedly, we had a lot of horses in this race, having worked with three of this year’s four Prix Marcel Duchamp nominees – Latifa Echakhch, Raphael Zarka and Claire Fontaine – for Baibakov Art Projects’ 2010 exhibition Perpetual Battles, which was … Continue reading

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Basel Begins!

Yesterday, guests got a sneak-peek at the first sections of Art Basel 2013. The 24 young galleries presenting solo shows of emerging artists in Art Statements and the record 79 larger-scale Art Unlimited projects (selected from proposals from participating galleries … Continue reading

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Artefacts and Perpetual Battles: Nominees are announced for the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2013

Following yesterday’s announcement of the shortlist for Russia’s state Innovation prize, Baibakov Art Projects found plenty more to celebrate with the list of nominees for this year’s Le Prix Marcel Duchamp, the prestigious title awarded to a selected French (or French-based) … 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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The 18th Biennale of Sydney opens (a taste of what’s to come for Moscow?)

Yesterday, the 18th Biennale of Sydney opened, perhaps giving some hints as to what Moscow can expect next year, when curator Catherine de Zegher takes charge of the Moscow Biennale. De Zegher – as we noted, currently Guest Curator at … Continue reading

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