Arco

ARCO: In Spain the proliferating art venues are positive for the art market

@ ARCO Madrid Eduardo Chillida Miquel Barceló Miquel Barceló Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Salvador Dalí Maryan S. Maryan Miquel Barceló People often talk about a Bilbao effect, which consists of linking the name of a prestigious museum (the Guggenheim) with an exceptional piece of architecture (by Frank Gehry) and thus changing the identity of a city (Bilbao). […]

ARCO Madrid: Is Buenos Aires a new eldorado?

Mondongo ( Barro) Edgardo Antonio Vigo (Richard Saltoun) Julio Le Parc (Nara Roesler) Margarita Paksa (Document Art) Diego Bianchi (Jocelyn Wolff) Ad Minoliti ( Crevecoeur) Cecilia Szalkowitz ( Ignacio Liprandi) Hauser &Wirth booth There was once a time, until the late ’90s, when if you wanted to be considered a prominent artist, you were best off being […]

How can a spanish fair survive today?

By Mark Manders By Michael Borremans By Mark Manders By Richard Artschwagers There are those who claim that the art market is globalised but as the Swiss dealer Ernst Beyeler used to say in the ’90s, ‘The Italians buy Italian, the Americans buy American and the Germans buy German.’ Arco, which opened on Thursday, provides […]

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