October 2015

  • by Adela Lovric, 23 Oct 2015
    All the credit cards flocked to Paris this week. FIAC, Officielle, Art Élysées, Paris Internationale, and a couple more art supermarkets readily welcomed visitors of all profiles: collectors, art dealers, gallerists, curators, artists, rich socialites, broke enthusiasts, all-attenders... As I...
  • by bpigs team, 20 Oct 2015
    I arrive a little late at Umspannwerk Kreuzberg to a full house. Seats are packed with 300 people bubbling in excitement for the Berlin premiere of Sean Baker’s Tangerine. The breakout hit of this year’s festival circuit, Tangerine is a hysterical and colorful piece about two transgender sex workers...
  • by bpigs team, 15 Oct 2015
    This year Frieze London has attracted over 160 contemporary art galleries from all over globe. Situated in the ever impressive surroundings of Regents Park, the immense white space divided into a myriad of stands sees the welcome return of the sculpture garden.  This features the work of emerging artists such as...

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