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London Gallery Map Spring 2018

100 leading galleries and public museums, 200 exhibitions and auctions – the London Gallery Map is out now!

The Guardian writes about ArtPassport

The Guardian’s Mark Smith talks to the founders of GalleriesNow and ArtPassport Tristram and Patrick Fetherstonhaugh saying that “there’s never been a more exciting time to be an artist or a gallery”

Almine Rech picks ten exhibitions exclusively for GalleriesNow

GalleriesNow are delighted to feature Almine Rech’s exclusive selection of ten great exhibitions on now around the world.

Maureen Paley picks ten exhibitions exclusively for GalleriesNow
Maureen Paley writes for GalleriesNow

Maureen Paley’s gallery has been at the forefront of the contemporary art scene since its foundation in the early 80’s, both in London and internationally. Here she selects ten great exhibitions for GalleriesNow at galleries in Basel, Münster, Paris, New York, London, Naples, Los Angeles and Geneva.

Bo Young Song’s top ten exhibition picks, exclusively for GalleriesNow
Kukje Gallery's Bo Young Song

Bo Young Song is the Managing Director of Kukje Gallery in Seoul, Korea and oversees the gallery’s projects and exhibition programme internationally. Kukje Gallery is renowned both for bringing international artists to Korea and for giving Korean artists exposure around

TIME picks ArtPassport as one of its Apps of the Year picks GalleriesNow’s ArtPassport app as no.8 in its top 25 apps of the year

Peggy Leboeuf’s top ten exhibition picks

Peggy Leboeuf has worked with Emmanuel Perrotin, founder of gallery Perrotin, since 1996. In September of 2013 she successfully launched the New York gallery space at 909 Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side. Today, she is the Executive Director

Alexandra Garcia Waldman of Galeria Nara Roesler and her American selections

Alexandra Garcia Waldman is Artistic Director of Brazilian-based Galeria Nara Roesler, and leads their gallery in New York. Beginning her career at The Mexican Cultural Institute, she now has twenty years of experience, across art publishing, galleries, auctions, and the non-profit sector.

Langlands & Bell: Beauty < Immortality Memorial to Frank Pick

Langlands & Bell on their memorial to Frank Pick at Piccadilly Circus Underground station

Notes on my painting by David Salle

My painting is as close to improvisational theater as it’s possible to be and still look like painting.

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