November 23rd, 2014

Week in Review: November 23, 2014

Michel Auder at De Hallen Haarlem

Welcome to Week in Review, our Sunday round-up of the last seven days of activity here at Contemporary Art Daily. Please subscribe to our RSS feed, follow us on Twitter, follow us on Tumblr, and become a fan on Facebook.

We would like to extend a special thank you to our annual sponsors, NADA and Sotheby’s Institute of Art.

NADA have just announced an exciting list of participating galleries for the 2014 edition of their Miami Beach art fair, which takes place December 4 – 7 at the Deauville Beach Resort. Click here to check out the list of exhibitors, which includes many galleries that have been recently published on Contemporary Art Daily and others that we follow very closely. We’ll be at the fair and will publish our highlights soon after the fair closes in December.

Sotheby’s Institute of Art has been preparing students for careers in the international art world for more than 40 years.

We would also like to thank our sponsors.

X-TRA, a quarterly journal published to promote and provoke critical discourse about contemporary art in Los Angeles, and beyond,  The School of The Art Institute of Chicagowhich is currently accepting applications for its Fiber & Materials Studies MFA program, Paddle8, a marketplace for collectors, presenting auctions of extraordinary art and objects, and Amsterdam Art Weekend which is taking place November 27 – 30, 2014.

Be sure to keep up with everything happening on our Office Notebook.

This week’s featured exhibitions:

David Lamelas at Kunsthalle Basel

Stan VanDerBeek at The Box

Petra Cortright at Société

Keiichi Tanaami at NANZUKA

Susan Philipsz at Eastside Projects

Michel Auder at De Hallen Haarlem

Stefan Tcherepnin at Real Fine Arts

Willie Doherty at Alexander and Bonin

Nina Beier at David Roberts Art Foundation

“Maybe It’s a Hum” at Atelier Rouart

Jesse Fleming at 356 Mission

“Seven Reeds” at Overduin & Co.

Have an excellent week.

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