Political turmoil poses an additional challenge for initiatives such as UNSCHEDULED, announced today.
With audiences in many parts of the world unable to visit galleries and museums, online video projects have garnered unprecedented attention.
Fewer than half will attend another fair in 2020 according to a new survey by the ADAA.
This week's need-to-know art news, including Christie's new global auction and an attempt at a fairer art fair by the New Art Dealers Alliance.
Online art presentation Taipei Connections concluded on May 10 following strong engagement from galleries and collectors.
The prize recognises outstanding artistic practice in Greater China, including Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The best art to see online and off from Tuesday 12 to Monday 18 May.
Galleries have reported stronger than anticipated sales at Frieze New York's Viewing Rooms, which opened to VIPs on 6 May. The online event, initiated after the physical fair was cancelled due to COVID-19, opens to the public from 8-15 May.
This week's need-to-know art news, including the collapse of Sydney's Carriageworks, the winner of the Pulitzer-prize for criticism, and relaxed Kickstarter rules for institutions.
The Sotheby's Gallery Network is being presented as a way to support galleries during the pandemic and help collectors access coveted works.
The best art to see online from Tuesday 28 April to Monday 4 May.
Taipei Connections seeks to build a bridge between galleries and collectors separated by COVID-19.
Galleries in Germany have cautiously reopened their doors, while those in other parts of Europe expect to remain closed for weeks to come.
Curators said each artist would have their own pull of gravity in the exhibition.
In place of naming a single winner of the CAD $100,000 prize, the longlist of 25 artists will all be awarded $25,000.
Massimo De Carlo, Hauser & Wirth, and Lisson Gallery are all promoting XR projects this month.
Digital Museum Collecteurs has announced its list of the top 100 artists and activists making global change.
The works include a 14m-tall rope weaving, remixed footage from WWII, and video of newspapers being bleached.
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