Art Industry News: Where Are the Great Black Art Dealers? Here They Are + More Must-Read Stories

Nando’s Turns London Restaurant Into Gallery – Following a successful pop-up experiment at its Soho branch last summer, the chicken restaurant plans to transform its Notting Hill location into a pop-up art gallery between July 13 and 15 for an exhibition titled “Feast Your Eyes.” Five South African artists, including Asanda Kupa and Audrey Anderson, will be featured in the selling show. (Evening Standard)[8]

Pavel Zoubok Goes Appointment-Only – The New York gallery will transition into a private viewing space renamed Pavel Zoubok Fine Art. Zoubok will still take part in art fairs and maintain relationships with the artists and estates on its roster, but believes “one size does not fit all” when it comes to exhibition venues. (ARTnews)[9]

1-54 London Announces Lineup – The contemporary African art fair will include 42 galleries from 21 countries in its sixth edition in London, held October 4 to 7. There are 11 newcomers this year, including Nathalie Obadia, Yossi Milo, and Burning In Water. (Press release)

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