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WOMEN IN ART: TOP FEMALE COLLECTORS

The art industry, from gallerists to curators to collectors, is incredibly male-dominated despite the number of qualified women in these fields. We've rounded up the top female art collectors from around the world, including Miuccia Prada, Julia Stoschek, Susi Kenna and more, to keep your eye on. Julia Stoschek Dubbed "Germany's foremost post-Internet collector" by…

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ART ON THE RUNWAY: THE BEST ARTIST + DESIGNER COLLABORATIONS

Art and fashion go hand-in-hand, constantly influencing and inspiring the other. From Louis Vuitton's long history of artist collaborations to David Lynch's erotic line of shoes created with Christian Louboutin, the king of heels, we've rounded up the most iconic instances of art on the runway. Richard Prince for Louis Vuitton No stranger to collaborating…

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5 FEMALE ARTISTS TO WATCH

Looking for new artists to follow? Don't miss our roundup of five female artists on the rise, including Eliza Douglas, Trish Tillman, Julie Curtiss, Christina Quarles and Genevieve Gaignard. Eliza Douglas You may recognize Eliza Douglas from the Balenciaga runway, a Helmut Lang advertisement or fellow artist Anne Imhof's "Faust" (a performance piece that garnered…

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ART BASEL SWITZERLAND SALES INDICATE INCREASED INTEREST IN FEMALE ARTISTS

Today, Art Basel Switzerland opened with a VIP preview boasting strong sales, including the purchase of a number of notable works. A 1990 sculpture by Sol LeWitt sold at Paula Cooper Gallery for just under $1 million, Perrotin and Simon Lee Gallery sold its entire presentation of 18 paintings by Bernard Frize, and Robert Longo’s installation in…

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INDIRA CESARINE’S ‘ONLY YOU’ SERIES AT SCOPE ART SHOW, BASEL

ONLY YOU A Multimedia Series by Indira Cesarine Presented by SHIM + ArtHelix June 12th – 17th, 2018 SCOPE Art Show, Basel, Switzerland: SCOPE | HAUS, WEBERGASSE 34 Booth A43 VIP + Press Preview: June 12th @ 1pm – 4pm Public Opening: June 12th @ 4pm-7pm More information HERE Multimedia series "ONLY YOU" by Indira Cesarine of The Untitled Space…

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ART BASEL 2018: A GUIDE TO ALL THE FAIRS OPENING IN SWITZERLAND

On June 14th, the art world's biggest fair will return to Basel, Switzerland for a week of exhibitions and openings, bringing a number of satellite fairs—including Scope, DesignMiami/Basel and Volta—with it. Read on for our definitive guide to Art Basel 2018! Art Basel June 14th - 17th, 2018 Messeplatz 10, 4005 Basel, Switzerland VIP Preview: June 12th…

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PHOTOGRAPHER KIKE ARNAL ON DOCUMENTING THE LATIN AMERICAN TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY & HIS NEW BOOK, ‘REVEALING SELVES’

At the core of his work, photographer Kike Arnal tells stories that many choose to gloss over or ignore. His previous series have explored subjects such as the impact of cluster bombs on on civilians, the wealth gap in Washington D.C. and the Christian community in Bethlehem, Palestine. His most recent book, "Revealing Selves: Transgender…

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EXHIBIT ‘ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE’ HITS ARTSY FOR ITS VERY OWN BENEFIT AUCTION

ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE: Benefit Auction April 5th - April 19th, 2018 Register to bid through Artsy HERE "ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE," the critically acclaimed group show of over 80 artists responding to Donald Trump's administration, drew crowds of politically-minded art lovers to The Untitled Space throughout January and February. After moving to Artsy to remain…

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ARTIST VS. MODEL RIGHTS: HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF

Artists often find themselves in a bind when it comes to depicting individuals, whether a celebrity, model or everyday citizen, in their work. They can find themselves unsure, and sometimes confronted with backlash, regarding their rights when it comes to using an individual's likeness in paintings, photographs and drawings. Countless celebrities have sued artists for…

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FOUNDLING MUSEUM CELEBRATES FEMALE SUFFRAGE WITH 2018 PROGRAMMING

The Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury, London This year, London's Foundling Museum marks the centenary of female suffrage in the United Kingdom with a host of programming celebrating women's contribution to British society, culture and philanthropy from the 1720s to present day. The year-long schedule of exhibitions harkens to Foundling Museum founder Thomas Coram's…

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THE LOUVRE OPENS NEW LOCATION NOVEMBER 11TH IN ABU DHABI

The Louvre will open its Abu Dhabi branch to the public this Saturday, November 11th with a week-long series of celebratory events. Designed by architect Jean Nouvel, the waterfront space is located in Abu Dhabi’s cultural district on Saadiyat Island. The museum's inaugural installation features 600 works of art, half from its own holdings and half from its…

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ART WORLD STEPS UP AS NEXT INDUSTRY FIGHTING HARASSMENT

In light of former Artforum publisher Knight Landesman's resignation amid allegations of sexual misconduct, 2,000 art world professionals including artists, gallerists, writers, curators and editors have signed a letter (published on not-surprised.org) condemning abuse in the international art world. Prominent signatories include artists Cindy Sherman, Ann Hirsch, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger and Collier Schorr, curators Bennett Simpson…

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TOP AUCTIONS SALES FROM THE ART MARKET

What are the top paintings sold in 2016? According to the most recent TEFAF Art Market Report, the top five artworks sold at auction in 2016 were sold at prices between $57 million - $82 million from artists such as Picasso, Monet, and Jean-Michel Basquat. Read all about the nail-biting auctions and the expensive bids below.…

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A LOOK INTO ART BASEL SWITZERLAND 2017

Art Basel Switzerland is set to return this year from June 15-18 and is curated for the second year by Samuel Leuenberger, director and curator of SALTS in Birsfelden, Switzerland. This year's show show has work from about 300 galleries that feature pieces of modern and contemporary art that include, paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, prints, video, multimedia…

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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT “UNTITLED” PAINTING SELLS FOR OVER $110MILLION

Jean-Michel Basquiat became a legendary artist on May 18th when the deceased painter’s work, “Untitled,” sold for $110.5 million at a Sotheby's postwar and contemporary auction. The auction spanned 10 minutes as the prices soared higher and higher. This price is the highest sum ever paid at auction for an American artist, a record Andy Warhol…

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VENICE BIENNALE 2017 WITH THE CULTURALLY CURIOUS NOMAD

Being a notorious culturally curious Nomad, there are a few cultural gatherings I look forward to on the social calendar. From my favorite art, film, music, fashion and architecture events, the Venice Biennale definitely wins hands down. Every two years, a group of friends that are mostly artists, collectors and dealers, and I (who just like to…

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THE 2017 VENICE BIENNALE – VIVA ARTE VIVA

The 57th Venice Biennale, Viva Arte Viva, opens up a world of contemporary art in a city rich with history. There are 86 national participants displayed in the historic pavilions at the Giardini, the Arsenale and in the city center. The 2017 Venice Biennale features the work of 120 artists from 51 countries. There are first time appearances of…

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THE FEMALE GAZE TAKES OVER

November 22 through 26 marked the debut of Photo Vogue Festival in Milan, Italy. A main theme and exhibition of the festival was The Female Gaze, which highlighted the work of cutting-edge female photographers who are relentlessly revolutionizing how the female body is portrayed in fashion. Vogue's embracement of the female gaze as viable subject matter proves that mainstream media is…

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DANIEL ARSHAM UNVEILS ‘ALL TOO HUMAN’ COLLABORATION – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Boston is best known for accents and avid sports fans but new boutique, All Too Human, may put the city on the fashion map. The retail space is a fashion and lifestyle concept store that integrates music, art and design, exhibiting temporary installations, collaborations, and special events. For the October 27th launch of All Too Human,…

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MUSEUM DIRECTOR NATHALIE BONDIL TALKS MAPPLETHORPE, GAULTIER AND THE FUTURE OF THE MONTREAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

The Untitled Magazine had the opportunity to travel to Montreal, Canada to visit the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and attend the gala opening of Focus: Perfection Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition. Editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine sat down for a one-on-one with the museum's director and chief curator, Nathalie Bondil, who since taking the helm in 2007 has distinguished the museum as not only the most…

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