Gallery Weekend Budapest – a contemporary art festival organized by the Association of Hungarian Contemporary Galleries with the support of the Municipality of Budapest and B. Braun – will once again take place this September.

The fourth edition of Paris Internationale will take place between October 17 and October 21, with a professional preview on October 16. 2018 will mark a return to the spirit of Paris Internationale's inaugural edition. Moving back to a domestic set-up, a five storied Haussmannian building, the fair also chose to scale down in order to enhance a more intimate experience for exhibitors and visitors alike thus fostering dialogue.

White Cube is pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Shiner as Artistic Director, New York.

Brook Andrew was born in 1970 in Sydney. He currently lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. With a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) from the University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Sydney (Australia, 1990-1993) and a MFA (Master of Fine Arts), from COFA, University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia, 1998-1999), Brook Andrew is among the most renowned artists of the Australia and Pacific Asia contemporary art scene.

The Director of the Kunsthalle Wien, Nicolaus Schafhausen, has reached an agreement with the City of Vienna for the early dissolution of his contract. Schafhausen has been Director of the Kunsthalle Wien since 2012.

Cathy Wilkes previously represented Scotland at the Venice Biennale in 2005 and participated in the International Exhibition of the Biennale in 2013.