Smaller than last year but with ‘swifter sales’: second edition of Singapore’s Art SG opens to VIPs
January 18, 2024
Lacma organising Zeng Fanzhi show in Venice to coincide with the 2024 Biennale
January 18, 2024
Smaller than last year but with ‘swifter sales’: second edition of Singapore’s Art SG opens to VIPs
January 18, 2024
Lacma organising Zeng Fanzhi show in Venice to coincide with the 2024 Biennale
January 18, 2024

This week: the astonishing civil trial in Manhattan between a Russian oligarch and Sotheby’s.

The Art Newspaper’s acting art market editor, Tim Schneider, witnessed the Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev’s testimony in the trial in New York in which he accuses Sotheby’s of aiding the Swiss art dealer Yves Bouvier in an alleged fraud. It relates to the sale of major works of art, including the controversial Leonardo painting Salvator Mundi. Tim joins us to tell us about this extraordinary case.

Art SG is opening at a more modest scale than last year, pictured

The second edition of Art SG art fair in Singapore has opened—with a 29% fall in the number of galleries. It takes place amid a wider festival, Singapore Art Week, and Lisa Movius, our reporter in Asia, tells us about the mood in Singapore and the wider art scene beyond Art SG. She also reflects on last weekend’s election in Taiwan.

Zanele Muholi, ZaVa III. Paris (2013)

And our first Work of the Week of 2024 is the South African artist Zanele Muholi’s photograph ZaVa III, Paris (2013). The image is one of more than 100 works in Zanele Muholi: Eye Me, an exhibition that has just opened at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Shana Lopes, one of the curators of the exhibition, tells us more.

  • Art SG 2024, until Sunday; Singapore Art Week until 28 January, artweek.sg
  • Zanele Muholi: Eye Me

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