From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. An award-winning podcast hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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On 29 June, Frieze announced the details of the first edition of its art fair in Seoul, South Korea. So for this last episode of the current season, we’re exploring the art scene and market in the Korean capital. Ben Luke talks to the art historian a... more
This week: our associate editor, Kabir Jhala, and editor-at-large, Jane Morris, have been in Kassel, Germany, to see Documenta, the quinquennial international art exhibition. They review the show and respond to the escalation of a long-running row ov... more
This week: why is Tate rejecting an archive of material relating to Francis Bacon, 18 years after acquiring it? Our London correspondent Martin Bailey tells us about his recent scoop that Tate is returning a thousand documents and sketches said to ha... more
Maybe surprisingly for an art newspaper but I learn so much about world events from this podcast, for example the horrors happening to the Ouïgours which is barely mentioned in the mainstream newspapers. Thank you
I love this podcast
Thank you to everyone at The Week in Art and The Art Newspaper for this amazing podcast. The topics are fascinating and the interviews are sufficient length that one learns a great deal from each guest. A specific shout-out to the producer or editor who came up with the idea of inserting a musical moment between the end of the interview and the host’s thank you to the guest. It’s a small detail but I feel that it elevates the simple act of giving thanks and reminds me how grateful I am for art a... more
Thank you for your fascinating and enjoyable podcast. I would rate it 100% perfect if you didn’t have the very annoying music in the background while the host speaks—-does anyone not find that very intrusive and annoying ??
I was looking forward to this podcast but although a good effort, it is rather uneven. I don’t much mind the low production values (heaven knows, we’re all suddenly improvising in this medium). Nor do I mind a generally informal tone. But many of the commentators seem uncertain, frequently punctuating their remarks with “kind of” and “sort of.” How could the exhibit in Provincetown “sort of” acknowledge the native role in the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving? It either did or it didn’t! Too much of ... more
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