With an expanded format that now includes design, Art Cologne is seeing a surge in attendance and some decent sales – 71Bait

This year finally marked the first real post-Covid comeback for Art Cologne, which ended its five-day run on Saturday 19 November, expanding and returning to a sort of ‘new normal’ after an inevitably downsized edition last year. Despite the fresh start, some pandemic-related changes will remain in place, most notably the scrapping of the fair’s … Read more

A year of creative disruption? Nan Goldin, Ruangrupa and climate activists occupy top spots on Monopol’s top 100 list – 71Bait

The German art magazine monopoly has published its annual list of the 100 people it considers most important in the contemporary art world. One of the first rankings of its kind this year, the magazine’s picks give a first indication of who’s stood out in a year of success and controversy. Supported by an advisory … Read more

US museums are now required to post salary ranges for job vacancies on the top professional body’s website – 71Bait

The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) has announced that starting November 15, they will be asking for specific salary ranges for each job posted on their JobHQ board, which lists hundreds of museum openings, ranging from the National Gallery of Art in Washington , DC , to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. The … Read more