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Fall is here and we’ve returned with our series featuring the hottest shows of the week. As the weather cools, what better way to warm yourself than with some bubbly at a few gallery openings? Several of this week’s exhibits revolve around the question of identity. Talk about food for thought.   The Must See’s: Starting […]

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Ready for fall art season?  Take a look at Expo Chicago, running from September 22 to September 25, to get your contemporary and modern art fix in. Entering its fifth edition this year, Expo Chicago is featuring 140 rad galleries, including Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Josh Lilley, and David Nolan New York.   Highlights: If you’re looking […]

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What’s better than an art fair? Why, two art fairs on the same weekend of course! Stop by Texas Contemporary and Houston Art Fair (formerly Houston Fine Art), both running from September 29 to October 2. This year’s focus section at Texas Contemporary is called “The Other Mexico,” which highlights five galleries such as josé garcía ,mx and FIFI projects that […]

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Encapsulating an artist and their work is no easy task, and when one is forced to do this in a short, sweet manner—on the floor of a fair, during a fast-paced call, or, god forbid, in the space of an elevator ride—the challenge grows bigger still. When it comes to the gritty, breakneck primer, where does […]

Art Fair Season is Coming...Prepare with ArtBinder

With art fair season approaching and the weather being as hot as it is, there is no better time to whip out your iPads, look over your ArtBinder and get it ready to take on the art world this fall. Make sure to check out our ArtBinder Fair Calendar to mark your calendars for upcoming fairs and take […]

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The summer is winding down, but Brazil is heating up in preparation for the 10th anniversary of the very popular photography fair, SP-Arte/Foto. Over the years, photography has emerged into one of the most widely used platforms – from selfies to photo streams, photography is inevitably everywhere. This fair brings you the best of the […]

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GALLERY MoMo opened in 2003 in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. Since then, MoMo branched out to open its secondary space in Ryogoku in 2008. As one of the leading Japanese galleries that represents native artists born in the 70’s and 80’s, the gallery specializes in portraying the particular reflections and unique expressions of these […]

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Gone are the days of oppressive heat and suffocating humidity. The rest of this week promises a cool respite from the summer heat prompting us to go for a nice long gallery stroll. So get out there and enjoy what the city has to offer! While you’re at it, don’t forget to subscribe to our […]

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The ARTxTECH space is growing faster than you can refresh your browser, but the team at The Clarion List will make sure managing your art collection is a breeze. Founded by former Christie’s executives Jessica Paindiris and Gaia Banovich, The Clarion List’s mission is to be your real time research associate to provide insight and real reviews on all services related to art. […]

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It’s the beginning of August, and the #artworld will soon begin to wake up. We’ve got you covered with the latest #artworld activities and happenings of the past week, so you can stay informed on everything that’s been going on under the hot summer sun. As always, follow us on Twitter and Instagram for daily […]