The city of Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) prepares to build the largest museum of modern art in Asia, to be completed in 2015.
The Centre Pompidou is getting ready to welcome a collection from Christian Bouqueret.
At the 54th Venice Biennial, the Belgian artist Carsten Höller was awarded the 2011 Enel Contemporary Prize.
ARCOmadrid, holding its 31st edition, will present its SOLO PROJECTS: FOCUS LATIN AMERICA programme.
Massive mobilisation of the Dutch cultural scene to protest against the reduction of the cultural bugdet.
At 51 years old, Edward Dolman gives up his post at the famous auction house to become the authority of museums of Qatar.
The Chinese artist detained since April has been released on the 22nd June 2011, obligated to respect certain strict conditions.
Along with Anish Kapoor, Daniel Buren too cancels an exhibition planned in China out of support for Ai Weiwei.
At the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the artist's installation comprises of one hundred thousand bank notes.
Anish Kapoor stands up and speaks out against the detention of Ai Weiwei, who has been held by Chinese authorities for 3 months.
The 2nd edition of EVENTO, taking place from the 6th October 2011, in Bordeaux, give its carte blanche to Michelangelo Pistoletto.
Frédéric Mitterrand proposed to the President of the Republic appointing Jean de Loisy in command of the Palais de Tokyo.
The Lalique Museum is due to open its doors to the general public on the 2nd July 2011 in Wingen-sur-Moder, Alsace.
The Calder Foundation and the Scone Foundation have announced the 2011 Calder Prize Laureate, Rachel Harrison.
The 42nd edition of Art Basel takes place from June 15 through June 19, 2011.