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If you pay attention either to China or the art market, you’ve probably heard the story: China last year became – according to art industry experts – the world’s largest market for art and antiques, surpassing the USA.

Well, here’s a shocker: it isn’t. 

August 24, 2012

Any exhibition that includes "jelly mongers" must be worth a mention, which is why a new touring show organised by the Crafts Council, opening in London next month, caught our eye. "Added Value?", featuring six practitioners, will launch at the trade event

VICTORIA, BC.- Jon Tupper, Director of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is pleased to announce that Michelle Jacques has been named Chief Curator at the Gallery. She will assume her new position on October 22, 2012. For most of the past 15 years, Jacques has held various curatorial positions in the contemporary and Canadian departments of

News recently broke that the hallowed 401 Richmond gallery,

August 23, 2012

Saudi Arabia is making its mark on the global contemporary art scene: works by Middle Eastern artists such as Talal Al Zeid and Mohammed Farea are available at Lam Art Gallery in Riyadh, the Empty Quarter photography gallery

august 22, 2012

A new mural was recently revealed on a South Atlanta public wall, but it looks like the painting was a bit too revealing itself. The piece, made by a professional Argentinian street artist 

august 22, 2012

When word began to spread that the Art Gallery of Windsor was moving the city library into its main floor for financial reasons, an all-too-familiar sense of economic anxiety rippled through the city's cultural community. It signaled further afield that the manufacturing town was not repairing quite so quickly as we

August 22, 2012

Four photographers, one grand prize of $50,000.

Let the voting begin.

The Grange Prize for contemporary photography is the only major Canadian art award that relies on a public vote to determine the winner. Along with the Sobey Art Prize