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An interview with Lisa Le Feuvre


In an interview with artnet News, Lisa Le Feuvre, Head of the Holt-Smithson Foundation, discusses her recent work for the foundation dedicated to the artists Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, among other topics. Read the full interview here.

February 2021







Sarah Meister Named Next Executive Director of Aperture, NY


Aperture Foundation’s Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Sarah Meister has been selected as its next Executive Director. She will begin her new role in May 2021.

We had the great pleasure of visiting Aperture and interviewing the then Director Chris Boot, watch our interview here and hear about his Key Artwork by NAN GOLDIN, “BALLAD OF SEXUAL DEPENDENCY”  here.

January 2021






New Acquisition to the Astrup Fearnley Collection


The Astrup Fearnley Collection has acquired a new work by the artist Nicole Eisenman, “Destiny Riding Her Bike,” 2020⁠.

Nicole Eisenman (b. 1965) is a key figure in contemporary American painting and sculpture, with characteristic works that shift between abstraction and the figurative depiction of social groups. On 5 February 2021, Astrup Fearnley will present the exhibition “Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body,” an in-depth look at her artistic practice from 2006 to the present. This will be the artist’s most comprehensive solo presentation in Europe to date, and the work acquired for the collection was commissioned specifically for the exhibition. ⁠⠀

Nicole Eisenman, “Destiny Riding Her Bike,” 2020. © Nicole Eisenman. Image courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Thomas Barratt⁠

January 2021




Sara Piccinini has been named as Collezione Maramotti’s New Director


Working with the Collection since 2007, Sara Piccinini has been appointed Director of Achille Maramotti’s impressive art collection, which is housed in his company, Max Mara’s, former premises in Reggio Emilia. See Artribune’s full interview with the New Director (in Italian), here.

January 2021






LAM has been nominated for the EMYA2021 – European Museum of the Year Award


The LAM museum has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award 2021. The award is the oldest and most prestigious museum prize in Europe. New or existing museums with major innovations can compete for the title.

Director Sietske van Zanten: “The nomination is a wonderful recognition for our innovative museum concept in which not art but the visitor is central. Here we make non-museum enthusiasts in particular enthusiastic with and for art.”

January 2021




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