PAN Amsterdam runs from 20 to 27 November 2016 in the RAI Amsterdam conference centre. The annual fair for art, antiques and design breaks the mould with a new layout to create greater dynamism and an enhanced experience.
Dutch Designer Marcel Wanders launched the unlimited version of his collectible art publication 'Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age'. Produced for a wider audience, this 576-page hardback version pays homage to the 17th-century Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum’s prestigious Gallery of Honour and is available for 125 EUR.
Photo enthusiasts can celebrate: the fifth edition of Unseen Photo Fair will present a great deal of brand new photography, the highlight being the Unseen Premieres. To date, 75 premieres – photographic works that have never been seen before at any gallery, institute or fair – by new and established artists have been confirmed.
Early this year the two Rembrandt portraits were bought together by the Netherlands and France, a unique event. From 2 July to 2 October 2016 Marten & Oopjen will have a place of honour alongside The Night Watch.
For art lovers from across the world, the Biennale des Antiquaires has been a must-attend event for more than half a century and quintessentially representative of the French « art de vivre ». September 2016 will mark a turning point in the Biennale's history, and it will become an annual event beginning in 2017, without leaving behind what makes it so exceptional.
Largest collection ever brought together, by Banksy’s former agent Steve Lazarides. Enjoy the full Banksy experience with almost 100 original works on canvas, unique paintings, sculptures and never before seen behind-the-scenes photography.
Foam currently presents a major exhibition of the work of Helmut Newton (Berlin, 1920 - West Hollywood, 2004), a legendary, supremely influential photographer. Taking over the entire building on Amsterdam’s Keizersgracht, the retrospective features in excess of 200 photographs, ranging from early prints that rarely go on display to monumental photos.
Maastricht, the world's foremost fair of art, antiques and design presented annually in Maastricht, Netherlands, today announced that, through a joint venture with New York based Artvest, it will be launching two TEFAF art fairs that will be presented annually in New York at the Park Avenue Armory.
For the first time ever, the Rijksmuseum is bringing together all the versions of Girl in a Kimono by George Hendrik Breitner. The countless versions of a girl in a kimono, which is considered an icon of Japonism, emerged between 1893 and 1896.
The decision to annualize the Biennale, to revise its organization and the constitution of an independent vetting committee presided by Mr Henri Loyrette, combined with the important changes that occurred at the SNA, were considered by the members of PARISTABLEAU as positive signs of the revival of Paris as the capital of the arts.
A Dutch court has upheld the right of Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum of modern art to
ban the Dutch artist Rob van Koningsbruggen from entering after he threatened to urinate on works, including those by Marlene Dumas.
To mark the sixtieth birthday of photographer Anton Corbijn, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is organising a retrospective entitled HOLLANDS DEEP. The exhibition will feature highlights from all Corbijn’s series.
This year’s TEFAF Art Market Report shows that in 2014 the global art market reached its highest ever-recorded level, a total of just over €51 billion worldwide, a 7% year-on-year increase taking it above the 2007 pre-recession level of €48 billion.
The Guinness World Records' record for the most expensive artwork ever sold has been broken by a 19th century painting by Paul Gauguin which reached $300 million (£197 million) at auction earlier this month.
Just four more weeks to go until TEFAF Maastricht 2015. The fair is universally regarded as the world’s leading art fair, setting the standard for excellence in the art market. The Fair truly is an event not to be missed by collectors and museum representatives.