Artsy CMO Everette Taylor: ‘I want to help democratize the art world’

Artsy CMO Everette Taylor: ‘I want to help democratize the art world’

“If you had told 15-year-old me that I would be helping to run an art company, I never would have believed you. I come from Southside, Richmond, Virginia. That’s the hood. A lot of the people in the art world come from privileged backgrounds where they grew up with art. I accidentally fell into it. … Read more

Could Russia’s war kick-start a renewable-energy revolution? It depends where in the world you look

Could Russia’s war kick-start a renewable-energy revolution?  It depends where in the world you look

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson this week advocated for new oil and gas drilling in the North Sea in the name of energy security, and there are talks in the UK and in Germany of delaying the closure of some coal-fired power plants. There’s also increased pressure on the oil- and natural gas-rich US to … Read more

London Native David Breuer-Weil Creates Towering Sculptures Inspired by ‘Nerac,’ His Vast Imaginary World

London Native David Breuer-Weil Creates Towering Sculptures Inspired by ‘Nerac,’ His Vast Imaginary World

Every month, hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet Gallery Network—and every week, we shine a spotlight on one artist you should know. Check out what we have in store, and inquire for more with one simple click. About the Artist: London native David Breuer-Weil (b. 1965) is … Read more

Anna Sorokin Becomes an Art World Darling by Literally Phoning it In

Anna Sorokin Becomes an Art World Darling by Literally Phoning it In

On New York City’s Lower East Side last night, “Free Anna Delvey! Free Anna Delvey!” a foot-stamping crowd cried. Many i-Phone cameras, local TV staffers, and a number of would-be documentarians filmed the chanting circle. In the center of it, holding up a phone with the prison-communication app “Getting Out” installed, was art curator Alfredo … Read more