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Daniel’s Value and Ideas #40: For Richter or Poorer

In November 2011, Jerry Saltz announced on his Facebook page that he would pay anyone $155 to make him a fake Richter, Ryman, Flavin, Fontana, Du­champ, Hirst, Guyton, or Agnes Martin.

INTERVIEW: Peter Peri : I holed up in a garage in Roehampton for five years, painting on my own.

So I’m heading to Hackney to see the English artist Peter Peri for a studio visit / interview.
He’s about to have his first solo show in Asia with one of the region’s biggest galleries, Pearl Lam.

PREVIEW: @StuartSemple : #AnxietyGeneration

12th November – 7th December 2014 Delahunty 21 Bruton Street London W1J 6QD www.delahuntyfineart.com “I see all this potential, and I see it squandered. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables – slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit [...]

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Daniel’s Value and Ideas #40: For Richter or Poorer

October 24, 2014 ART, Feature No Comments
Daniel’s Value and Ideas #40: For Richter or Poorer

In November 2011, Jerry Saltz announced on his Facebook page that he would pay anyone $155 to make him a fake Richter, Ryman, Flavin, Fontana, Du­champ, Hirst, Guyton, or Agnes Martin.

Daniel’s Frieze Diary: Day 6: Saturday 18th October 2014

October 19, 2014 Feature No Comments
Daniel’s Frieze Diary: Day 6: Saturday 18th October 2014

  You do an awfully good impression of yourself. That’s the first line of Bret Easton Ellis’ Lunar Park, and what I was thinking as I was pretending to listen to the aggressive hard sell of an artist from some prize or other as she press-ganged me in to giving her my business card. I [...]

Daniel’s Frieze Diary: Day 5: Friday 17th October 2014

October 18, 2014 Feature No Comments
Daniel’s Frieze Diary: Day 5: Friday 17th October 2014

  There were a couple of works I had to revisit today. Nina Cannel’s Forgetfulness, a length of underground electric cable submerged in a Perspex tank so full with water it nearly sloshes over the edges, at Dublin’s mother’s tankstation [H7]. This work is both precarious and counter intuitive, but it is so minimal and [...]

Daniel’s Value and Ideas #39: The Better You Look, the More You See

October 17, 2014 Feature No Comments
Daniel’s Value and Ideas #39: The Better You Look, the More You See

The London artworld – indeed the global artworld – is in a state of apoplectic fervour.

ART OPENING: Peter Gronquist @Joseph Gross Gallery, November 6th

October 17, 2014 EVENTS, FAD New York, Feature No Comments
ART OPENING: Peter Gronquist @Joseph Gross Gallery, November 6th

The Great Escape is Peter Gronquist’s first exhibition at the recently launched Joseph Gross Gallery space, and is a vibrant new direction from the artist’s previous work.

Daniel’s Frieze Diary: Day 4: Thursday 16th October 2014

October 17, 2014 Feature No Comments
Daniel’s Frieze Diary: Day 4: Thursday 16th October 2014

The Focus section, dedicated to smaller galleries, is remarkable this year.

FEATURE: Paul’s ART STUFF on a plane # 77: ‘After the Gallery?’

October 16, 2014 ART, Feature No Comments
FEATURE: Paul’s ART STUFF on a plane # 77: ‘After the Gallery?’

As Frieze focuses attention on art as business, could there be a new model for the art market, one which places less emphasis on putting on exhibitions, relying rather on the Internet and Art Fairs to sell work? Maybe so,

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Daniel’s Value and Ideas #41: A Polke in the Eye

October 31, 2014

Daniel’s Value and Ideas #41: A Polke in the Eye

The career of Sigmar Polke is the restless search for the optimum means of expressing the truth of the static past in the fluid present.

Winners of Young Masters Art Prize 2014 Announced

October 30, 2014

Winners of Young Masters Art Prize 2014 Announced

Juergen Wolf and Matt Smith announced as winners of the Young Masters Art Prize and Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize 2014

Flying car approaches liftoff as most advanced prototype yet is unveiled

October 30, 2014

Flying car approaches liftoff as most advanced prototype yet is unveiled

Its almost here ! At last the Flying Car !!

ART NEWS: ‘Stolen to order’ theft from a young and vibrant contemporary art gallery in the heart of London.

October 30, 2014

ART NEWS: ‘Stolen to order’ theft from a young and vibrant contemporary art gallery in the heart of London.

On the evening of Saturday (25th October) FOLD Gallery London, a young commercial gallery in Clerkenwell, was the victim of what appears to be a ‘steal to order’ theft of four sculptures by popular young artist Tim Ellis.

INTERVIEW: Peter Peri : I holed up in a garage in Roehampton for five years, painting on my own.

October 29, 2014

INTERVIEW: Peter Peri :  I holed up in a garage in Roehampton for five years, painting on my own.

So I’m heading to Hackney to see the English artist Peter Peri for a studio visit / interview.
He’s about to have his first solo show in Asia with one of the region’s biggest galleries, Pearl Lam.

Louise Hearman wins 2014 Moran prize, Australia’s richest portrait award

October 29, 2014

Louise Hearman wins 2014 Moran prize, Australia’s richest portrait award

Painter’s portrait of photographer Bill Henson takes $150,000 Moran prize, which attracted more entries than the Archibald

Paul’s ART STUFF on a train # 79: ‘Battle of the Behemoths’

October 29, 2014

Paul’s ART STUFF on a train # 79: ‘Battle of the Behemoths’

London currently features something of a battle of the German behemoths.

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