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The Art Newspaper

07/08/2023 by: Ryan Lutz

Art Newspaper is our #7 ranked publisher.  Established in 1971, Art Newspaper is a well-established publication reporting on art-related news, exhibitions, and market trends. Its home office is located in London, United Kingdom.  

The Art Newspaper is a highly respected source for news, with unparalleled coverage of exhibitions, auctions, and industry developments.  BUT, its a paid service at about $80 per year for the digital edition.   

The story of a newbie who took on the New York art world—then left it all behind

As a protégé of the international dealer Carla Panicali from 1989 to 1992, David Guenther took a crash course in the business of art. But his account of this heady

Trio of Basquiat paintings could bring more than $86m at Phillips in May

The largest painting in the group, "Untitled (ELMAR)" (1982), will be offered during the marquee spring sales in New York with a $40m to $60m estimate

$500,000 Getty Prize grant goes to juvenile justice non-profit the Arts for Healing and Justice Network

Artist Mark Bradford said he picked AHJN for the grant because of its work to "transform young people’s lives through the power of arts education”

A golden age for photobooks? As publishers join forces we find out what the future holds

The London-based publisher Mack is acquiring smaller firms and widening its visual culture coverage

Former Tate Britain director Penelope Curtis on why she became a novelist

As the art historian makes the move into fiction writing, she tells us how learning about her family history inspired her

French authorities seize Russian avant-garde paintings believed stolen

The haul includes works purportedly by Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich and Natalia Goncharova

Velázquez-inspired sculptures spark outrage in Venice

Local heritage group decries the "biennialisation of the city" after gallery paid a fee to stage the Manolo Valdés installation

An expert's guide to Frank Auerbach: three must-read books (and a film) on the German-British painter

All you ever wanted to know about Auerbach, from a biography by one of his sitters to a collection of essays about his drawings—selected by the Courtauld Gallery curator Barnaby

Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung to curate the São Paulo biennial in 2025

The Berlin-based curator has previously held roles at Documenta and the Dak’Art biennial in Senegal

Dallas Art Fair expansion reflects the city's growing art market

The fair, along with its satellite event the Dallas Invitational, testify to the importance of the local collector base, dealers say

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The Art Newspaper
Updated July 8, 2023  by Ryan Lutz