Boyle Family of artists gets gallery (The Art Newspaper)
The reclusive Boyle family will be exhibiting at the Vigo Gallery in London. This will be the first commercial space who have had the opportunity to display the work of the artistic family.
Giacometti leads strong auction sales in New York (BBC)
Sales were led by a Giacometti sculpture and a Picasso oil painting, which fetched $50m (£31m) and $39.9m (£24.8m) respectively.
Details of Nazi-loot cache revealed (The Art Newspaper)
Previously unknown paintings by Otto Dix and Marc Chagall are among the 1,406 works found in a Munich apartment, said the Berlin-based art historian Meike Hoffmann at a press conference in Augsburg today. She also revealed that the spectacular discovery includes works from the 16th and 19th centuries.
Some Like It Haute: Gaultier in the Galleries (Art News)
An exhibition spotlights the ways Jean Paul Gaultier’s cutting-edge fashion has intersected with the contemporary art of his time
Giacometti’s studio: 5 things you didn’t know (The Telegraph)
In 1920s and 1930s Paris, the studio was an essential tool of the trade. Artists built up a mystique around their studios so that it would be talked about and visited by buyers, dealers, artists, writers, and the outside world. Michael Peppiatt’s 2010 book provides a fascinating insight into Giacometti’s studio.