More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
- The 18 best booths at Frieze London and Frieze Masters.
- Brooklyn Museum director Anne Pasternak joins #metoo debate.
- What Judy Chicago’s work reveals about the toxicity of masculinity.
- Jenny Saville painting sells for $12.4 million at Sotheby’s London, breaking record for living female artist.
- Rare Richter’s a bust, but Christie’s moves $25.9 million Bacon & a $21 million Fontana at London sales.
- Christie’s to auction works by Grenfell victim Khadija Saye.
The de Koonings found in a storage locker, authentic or not, will go up for sale.
- Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev slaps Sotheby’s with $380 million lawsuit.
- Even as Brexit looms, galleries notch sales on Frieze London’s opening day.
- Mega-galleries bank on Chinese art at Frieze.
The highlights on what sold at Expo Chicago.
What art dealers need to know before doing a fair.
- Ahead of FIAC, French dealers launch Paris Avant Première to highlight city’s emerging art scene.
- Kerry James Marshall speaks out about the sale of his painting by the city of Chicago.
Kerry James Marshall again proves he’s among the greatest living artists.
- The 25 rising power players who will run the art market.
- Contemporary galleries start looking to the next generation.
- Dominique Lévy and Cheyenne Westphal discuss the current art market.
- The art market is finally catching up with strong female artists it ignored.
- Wasteful art world gets ready to clean up its act.
- Jerry Saltz writes an intensely personal tribute to powerhouse gallerist Phyllis Kind.
- David Hockney wouldn’t paint the Queen. But he made her a stained-glass window.
- Artist Mickalene Thomas opens up about the importance of diverse bodies in her work.
The Haitian Surrealists that history forgot.
- This duo catalogued the colors of 400 flowers to help you find your favorite blooms.
- Impressionist painter Berthe Morisot comes into her own at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec.
- Cuban artist Tania Bruguera’s Turbine Hall installation will have visitors crying.
- Chimurenga named winner of Vera List Center’s 2018–20 Jane Lombard Prize for art and social justice.
- Art 2030 takes activist stand alongside United Nations in New York.
- The beatitudes of Bill Traylor’s show, currently at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
- In the cradle of hip-hop, So. Bronx gallery The Compound bridges a gap with new show by Jonathan Mannion.
10 iconic photographers who immortalized the city streets.
Fujiko Nakaya fills Boston’s parks with fog and shadows.
- Hoping to alter industry compensation standards, W.A.G.E. launches platform for negotiating artists’ fees.
- Harmony Korine’s “BLOCKBUSTER” at the Gagosian unearths our nostalgia for the 1990’s.
- Muji’s Kenya Hara curates a show of exquisite Japanese paper-work.
- Brazil’s National Museum launches rebuilding efforts with a temporary exhibition of surviving collection.
- Brooklyn Museum acquires fabric recreation of Do Ho Suh’s Chelsea apartment.
- Los Angeles–based gallery Regen Projects will now represent artist Alex Hubbard.
- JPMorgan Chase donates $300,000 to Theaster Gates’s Rebuild Foundation in Chicago.
- Guggenheim Museum restitutes Kirchner painting once held by Nazi collector.
- 6 simple things artists can do to feel happier in their studios.