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Director of Armory Show removed after reports of harassment

Benjamin Genocchio has been removed as the executive director of the Armory Show in New York after the New York Times reported that multiple women who worked with him...

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What Is Curatorial Activism?

“Curatorial Activism” is a term I use to designate the practice of organizing art exhibitions with the principle aim of ensuring that certain constituencies of...

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Museum of Arts and Design Creates $50,000 Artist Prize

At its annual gala this evening, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York announced the creation of the Burke Prize, a new award that will be given annually to an...

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Art-World Women Publish Open Letter Condemning Sexism

An open letter signed by more than 1,800 women in the art world was posted early Monday morning on a website called Not Surprised in response to the resignation of...

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British Museum ends loan deal with Abu Dhabi

The British Museum (BM) and Abu Dhabi’s Zayed National Museum (ZNM) have terminated a co-operation deal, two years before the ten-year contract was due to end...

In this picture taken on March 21, 2017, a gallerist (2nd R) shows 'Pholoroglucinol' by British artist Damien Hirst to Chinese mainland visitors (L) at Art Basel in Hong Kong.
China is the third-largest art-buying market in the world and leads the auction sales segment, according to a new report by Art Basel and UBS. Although sales have been dampened by an economic slowdown there have been some stellar purchases in recent years. / AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE / To go with "Hong Kong-China-Art-Basel" by Elaine Yu        (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)

Billionaires in Asia have a serious appetite for art

The number of billionaires worldwide grew by 10% to 1,542 last year, and more of them now rank among the world’s top art collectors, according to the 2017 Billionaires...

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World Monuments Fund recognises sites threatened by conflict

The World Monuments Fund (WMF) has announced its 2018 watch list of heritage sites threatened by conflict, natural disaster, climate change, urban development and...

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Britney Spears Is Now a Painter, Too

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Monday,...

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Massive Van Gogh show opens in Italy

The largest Van Gogh exhibition in Europe and America since the centenary of the artist’s death in 1990 opens in the northern Italian city of Vicenza on 7 October....

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Christie’s ends London contemporary auctions on a high note

In stark contrast to Sotheby’s sales the night before, and after an efficient sale of 34 lots at Phillips’s 20th Century and Contemporary sale totalling £23.9m...