Is a Gallery-Sharing Model the Answer to Art Fair Fatigue?
Saul Anton takes the tour of this year’s Condo New York, a joint venture from Lower East Side dealers Simone Subal and Nicole Russo that sees Manhattan galleries share their spaces with colleagues from around the world.
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China Canceled a Performance by a Tibetan Artist | Last Week in Art
Also in the news, an Iranian director smuggled his banned film out of the country and plans to show it for the first time in 26 years.
This Company Is Trying to Get Millennials to Start Collecting Art
Founders Wright Harvey and Bart Piela want people to think about art purchases the way they do craft beer or fancy coffee.
Play Ping Pong Against a Robot Inside an LA Gallery
Sponsorship, live broadcasting, and literal gaming comes to LA Gallery Steve Turner for Jonas Lund’s 'Your Logo Here.'
Whats the Deal with Wydr, the "Tinder for Art?"
The Swedish app promises easy love in a chaotic market, but does it work?
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Last week was filled with record-breaking (and downright mysterious) art sales, news-worthy selfies, and the artist f.k.a. George W. Bush.
Here's a New Model for Selling Art with Bitcoin
Eric Barry Drasin and Benton C. Bainbridge inaugurate their Moving Pictures Gallery project with a performance by audiovisual artist Jonas Bers.
Talking to the Founder of "Shazam for the Art World"
New iOS app Magnus gives you all the information you could ever want about a work of art. All you need to do is point your smartphone camera at it.
Art Trends: Artists Are Corporations Too
What explains our modern move towards market-minded makers?