Art Paris

Controversy erupts over Fiac cancellation

Paris's major contemporary art fair has been scrapped due to Covid-19 fears, but galleries are divided over whether the decision was wise or "lacking courage"

Fiac cancelled as new travel restrictions are imposed across Europe

The Paris art fair had seemed defiant in the face of coronavirus but organisers say they could not “meet the legitimate expectations of its exhibitors”

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Art Paris at 20 years struggles to connect with an international audience

With an emphasis on the French scene, the fair walks a fine line between boosterism and parochialism

Pinault collection gets Paris show

The upcoming exhibition will feature around 50 works by 22 artists

Air of malaise at Paris fairs

A scheduling clash and an unfriendly tax environment slowed business at most fairs

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Sales slow as Gulf waits for planned museums to buy

And parallel event for collectors draws big names away from fair

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The annual tribal event 'Kaos' is growing in popularity and success

The Parisian event is going from strength to strength, underlining the weakening of BRUNEA, Brussels

Will François Pinault’s museum on the Seine be built?

Following rumours that Pinault is struggling financially

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Disappointing result for the first International Asian art fair due to unfortunate timing

Fine quality at the Asian art fair failed to woo the buyers despite the perfect location

Pinault pulls the plug on planned Paris museum

The French billionaire has ditched plans for a contemporary art museum on the Ile Seguin and has instead bought the Palazzo Grassi in Venice

“Overcoming all obstacles: Women of the Académie Julian”

Exhibition shows at Dixon Gallery, Memphis, 9 July-24 September