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Record Sales and Attendance at the KIAF Art Fair Are Stoking Hopes For Seoul as Asia’s Next Art Hub
Record Sales and Attendance at the KIAF Art Fair Are Stoking Hopes For Seoul as Asia’s Next Art Hub

Artnet News reports on the favorable conditions in the South Korean captial as KIAF Art hosts its first fair after the pandemic. 

The 15 Best Booths at Frieze London 2021
The 15 Best Booths at Frieze London 2021

Allyssia Alleyne of Artsy lists the gallery’s presentation of works by Liza Lou and Do Ho Suh as one of the most exciting booths on view at Frieze London 2021.  

Roxane Gay on How Artist Calida Rawles Shows Us a New, and More Humane, Way of Bearing Witness
Roxane Gay on How Artist Calida Rawles Shows Us a New, and More Humane, Way of Bearing Witness

In an essay published on Artnet News, the writer explores the significance Rawles’s painting High Tide, Heavy Armor, now on view at Lehmann Maupin.

At Frieze London, Art (and Sales) Have a Tangible New Energy
At Frieze London, Art (and Sales) Have a Tangible New Energy

The editors of Cultured recommend seeing Do Ho Suh’s work in our Frieze London 2021 booth, saying the pressentation ‘‘added a new dimension of intimacy to an artist who we’ve come to know through installation.’’

Must-See Seoul Exhibitions: Kiaf Lowdown
Must-See Seoul Exhibitions: Kiaf Lowdown

In a round up of ‘must-see’ exhibitions in Seoul, Sherry Paik of Ocula highlights David Salle’s solo presentation Alchemy in Real Life.

Pop-Up Galleries in Beijing Free-Trade Zone and London
Pop-Up Galleries in Beijing Free-Trade Zone and London

In the Financial Times’ The Art Market column, Melanie Gerlis spotlights the upcoming Lehmann Maupin pop up in Beijing, which will feature solo presentations from Marilyn Minter and Chantal Joffe.

International Galleries Including Lehmann Maupin and Esther Schipper Flock to New Beijing Free Trade Hub
International Galleries Including Lehmann Maupin and Esther Schipper Flock to New Beijing Free Trade Hub

The Art Newspaper speaks with Tiffany Xu, Lehmann Maupin’s China Director, about the upcoming Beijing pop-up. She says “Since the pandemic, we have been looking at ways to rethink the traditional model. We were attracted to the space because of its dynamic vision for what an exhibition space can be.”

Blue-Chip Galleries Are Opening Pop-Up Shows in a New Free-Trade Hub in Beijing
Blue-Chip Galleries Are Opening Pop-Up Shows in a New Free-Trade Hub in Beijing

Taylor Dafoe of Artnet News speaks to gallery co-founder David Maupin about the forthcoming Beijing Pop-Up at the Blanc International Contemporary Art Space.

Lehmann Maupin Now Represents Chantal Joffe in Asia
Lehmann Maupin Now Represents Chantal Joffe in Asia

The announcement of Lehmann Maupin’s representation of painter Chantal Joffe led the daily news round up from ARTnews.

McArthur Binion: Modern:Ancient:Brown
McArthur Binion: Modern:Ancient:Brown

In The Brooklyn Rail, Amanda Millet-Sorsa describes McArthur Binion’s current show as a “transcendental experience” in the publication’s monthly Art Seen column.

Metaphorical Paintings by Calida Garcia Rawles Obscure Black Subjects with Gleaming Ripples of Water
Metaphorical Paintings by Calida Garcia Rawles Obscure Black Subjects with Gleaming Ripples of Water

Grace Ebert of Colossal speaks with artist Calida Rawles, who describes her paintings, saying, “I think there’s a spiritual element to water. They’re formless, and we’re a part of something bigger than ourselves.”

McArthur Binion
McArthur Binion

In her review for The New Yorker, Johanna Fateman spotlights the “magnetic” paintings in Binion’s new exhibition Modern:Ancient:Brown.

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