Shirin Neshat, world reknowned photographer and video artist, talks about the magazine she curated for Der Greif, ‘Issue 16’. It’s all about common pain and common love.
Kamel Mennour dives into the Mennour Institue, which he launched a month ago.with Sylvie Patry, to support emerging artists and make art accessible to a wider audience
Camille Morineau, founder of AWARE, talks about female artists in modern art, diving into the new ‘Modern Women’ section she has curated at Frieze Masters 2023.
Chris Vroom, serial entrepreneur in the art industry (founder of Valence, ArtSpace, Artadia, etc.) is invited to by Pauline Loeb to talk about Web3, blockchain and the art market.
Julian Radcliffe, founder of the Art Loss Register, is invited by Pauline Loeb to talk about this company wich is the world’s largest private database for lost and stolen art.
Thandiwe Muriu, a photographer who glorifies women through vibrant colours and prints, is invited by Pauline Loeb to talk about being a woman artist in Kenya.
Sean Kelly, iconic contemporary art dealer, is invited by Pauline Loeb-Obrenan to talk about the booming art market in Los Angeles where he open a second gallery in 2022.
Pauline Loeb invites the cultural economist Dr Clare McAndrew, author of the Art Basel & UBS Global Art Market Report, to talk about art fairs and galleries in 2022.
Nicola Ricciardi, artistic director of miart art fair, is invited by Pauline Loeb-Obrenan to talk about the contemporary art scene in Milan which is flourishing these past years.
Franck Prazan, President of Applicat-Prazan who seats at the selection committee of Art Basel, is invited by Pauline Loeb-Obrenan to talk about the EU directive on the import VAT.
Art Fair Coverage
Stephen Friedman Gallery, D’LAN Contemporary, Vadehra Gallery, The Modern Women section, The Gallery of Everything. Dive into the 2023 edition of Frieze.
Afikaris, Kalashikovv Gallery, 193 Gallery and Vigo Gallery. Dive into the 2023 edition of 1-54 African Contemporary Art Fair in London, held at the Somerset House.
Band of Vices, Primo Marella Gallery, Afronova, MCC Gallery, : dive into the 2023 edition of AKAA, short for Also Known As Africa, taking place in the Carreau du Temple, in Paris.
Whitford Fine Art, Candida Stevens Gallery, The Stratford Gallery and VirginiaVisualArts: dive into the 2023 edition of the British Art Fair, in the heart of London.