The journalist Can Dundar wrote the book “We Are Arrested” while imprisoned in Turkey. Now, Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company has turned it into a play.
Category Archives: Berlin (Germany)
Objects taken in the 19th century were returned at a news conference on Wednesday.
A radical show run by artists for artists is now a rarity in the city’s increasingly slick and professional scene.
At The New York Times Art Leaders Network, artist Olafur Eliasson talks about how museums can help empower visitors.
David Zwirner, Art Dealer and Owner of David Zwirner Gallery, suggests how larger, established galleries could try supporting younger galleries at The New York Times Art Leaders Network conference in Berlin.
Lisa Dennison, Sotheby’s Americas Chairman, talks about the taste for Western art in Asian markets and the possible comeback of Chinese contemporary art at The New York Times Art Leaders Network conference in Berlin.
Dr. Uli Sigg, Former Swiss Ambassador to China, North Korea and Mongolia, and Deputy Chairman of the Ringier Group, talks about the tendencies of Chinese buyers at The New York Times Art Leaders Network conference in Berlin.
Marc Glimcher, President and C.E.O. of Pace Gallery, speaks at The New York Times Art Leaders Network conference about why people love to hate art fairs.
Amy Cappellazzo, Executive Vice President and Chairman of the Sotheby’s Global Fine Arts Division, talks to Robin Pogrebin at The New York Times Art Leaders Network conference about what it’s like for a bidder who is about to make a major purchase over the phone.
Monika Sprüth, Co-Founder of Sprüth Magers, speaks to The New York Times Art Leaders Network about the necessity and limitations of social media for art galleries.