They also announced new online fairs, helping to mitigate the risk of downsized, further postponed, and cancelled in-person events.
The online exhibition sheds light on ambitious collectors' myriad motives and methods for collecting and displaying contemporary art.
More than 50 galleries will participate in the platform's first event, entitled SOUTH SOUTH VEZA, in February.
A gift of over 4,000 texts prompted the Dutch museum to create a new study centre devoted to Surrealism.
It's a huge drop from the nearly 200 galleries that participated in 2019.
Some of the artist's works wouldn't be out of place among David Lynch's home videos.
An online expression of the fair will go ahead from 8–11 April, but the precise dates of the physical fair are yet to be determined.
Among the highlights of the fair are peeks into Korakrit Arunanondchai's studio in Bangkok and Melissa Tan's studio in Singapore.
The performance work addresses the death of a Chinese sex worker police nicknamed 'Jane Doe Ponytail'.
The artist, who embraces 'bad' painting, joined the gallery in November 2020.
Kim, who spent much of his life in Paris, was among Korea's most celebrated artists.
Adapting to the post-pandemic world, 21 galleries have joined the fluid GALLERIES CURATE initiative.
Just in time for Christmas, Arts Council England announced a record number of artworks acquired under tax forgiveness schemes.
The work was created for Cai's solo show, curated by Sir Simon Schama, at Beijing's Palace Museum.
A new venue is being sought for the work following violent protests in the wake of President Trump's election defeat.
The venture will occupy a Parisian townhouse when it opens in 2021.
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