Prices? Six digits – at least. waiting list? Endless. Gagosian is gearing up for his highly anticipated Anna Weyant solo debut in November

One of the most watched shows of the fall art season in New York is Anna Weyant’s Gagosian Gallery debut in November. The 27-year-old painter has burst into the limelight over the past year, fueled by a trifecta of forces: She’s a hot, up-and-coming artist with sold-out shows, skyrocketing auction prices and the world’s most … Read more

The first Frieze Seoul kicks off with multi-million dollar sales, a new generation of collectors and a cameo from a K-pop legend

At 2 p.m. Frieze in Seoul opened the doors to its first edition in the South Korean capital. In many ways it looked like a standard art fair – harmonious branding, Ruinart cork popping, familiar blue-chip fare. But there were a few notable differences. First, while many countries have moved into a new phase of … Read more

Arts Industry News: Hedge Fund Ken Griffin Reveals Why He Spent $43M to Stop a DAO From Buying the US Constitution + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily round-up of the most momentous developments in the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, August 11th. DEFINITELY READ Tehran Museum Shows Western Art – Despite the Islamic Republic’s condemnation of Western culture, the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art has pulled from storage … Read more

Art Industry News: Auction houses insist the art market is still on fire. Are you telling the whole truth? + Other stories

Art Industry News is a daily round-up of the most momentous developments in the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Tuesday, July 12th. DEFINITELY READ The Afterlife of Public Art Installations – Unfortunately, most public art in New York ends up in a dumpster. Dozens of contracts are awarded … Read more