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September – There’s never a dull moment in the art world. That’s why Art Fix has curated a list of the latest and most exciting art news. These recommendations will give you everything you need to smoothly transition from summer to autumn.


Christo and Jeanne-Claude in Paris

Have you come across a wrapped Arc de Triomphe scrolling through your insta feed? This breathtaking monumental installation will be on until October 3rd. You can not only appreciate it from afar, but you can also buy tickets to go up the Arc and see it from a different perspective. Look for the staff in blue vests for a piece of the fabric to bring home as a souvenir. Book your tickets here. Vite, vite, vite! 

Mariane Ibrahim opens a new space in Paris

On September 18th, the gallery representing Amoako Boafo, opened a new space at 18 Avenue Matignon in Paris, run by the French-Somali art dealer Mariane Ibrahim. To mark the opening of her Parisian gallery, Ibrahim asked fifteen artists from her roster (including Amoako Boafo, M. Florine Démosthène, Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Ayana V. Jackson amongst others) to produce two works each for her first exhibition titled “J’ai Deux Amours”, in reference to Josephine Baker’s song that goes “J’ai deux amours…mon pays et Paris”. 

Skarstedt Gallery will inaugurate a permanent space in Paris this fall

NY-based gallery Skarstedt will be opening premises at 2 Avenue Matignon in October 2021, and will display works by artists including the American figurative painter Eric Fischl, along with Francis Bacon and the superb German artist that recently showcased in Paris as part of the Pinault collection, Martin Kippenberger.

New book by Edmund de Waal 

Art Fix fave Edmund de Waal is treating us to a new book this year! “Letters to Camondo” is an evocative collection of 58 imaginary letters to the Count de Camondo – the owner of a Parisian palace filled with beautiful objects. 

Anish Kapoor converts Venetian palace into permanent exhibition space and workshop

  • Expected to open in 2023
  • Fondamenta Venier, 342, Venice

The 18th-century Palazzo Manfrin will become the home to a collection of the British-Indian sculptor’s most significant works. The Baroque-style Palazzo was built in the 16th century and since then has served many purposes, from the seat of the Priulis, a prominent Italian aristocratic family, to housing beautiful works of art. The space will eventually become the HQ for Anish Kapoor’s Foundation, and we can’t think of a better place to celebrate this iconic artist than in one of the most beautiful cities in the world! 

Het Depot opens in Rotterdam

  • From 6 November 2021
  • Museumpark 24, Rotterdam

The world’s first publicly accessible art storage facility has opened next to Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Museumpark in Rotterdam! Here, visitors can see more than 151,000 objects arranged in fourteen storage compartments with five different climates. Book your tickets to this one of a kind art space here.


Frieze Sculpture in London

  • From 14 September until 31 October 2021
  • Regents Park

There’s nothing that marks the end of summer and the beginning of autumn like Frieze in London. With the sculptures arriving in the English Gardens in mid-September and the full fair opening on October 12th, Frieze 2021 promises to bring a true comeback of the English contemporary art scene. Don’t miss our favorite Annie Morris’ colourful planet-like stack at the entrance of the English Gardens – it’s the perfect way to start your Frieze day!

Fiac Art Fair in Paris

  • From 21 October until 24 October 2021 (VIP 20 Oct) 
  • Le Grand Palais Éphémère, Av. Pierre Loti 

Another headliner this season is Fiac Art Fair in Paris, which will take place at a temporary venue – Le Grand Palais Éphémère, near the Eiffel Tower. This year, more than 160 dealers have signed up to this 47th edition of Fiac. So mark your calendars Fixers, because Paris is always a good idea, but it’s even a better one during Fiac!

Art Fix at PAN Amsterdam

  • From 14 November until 21 November 2021
  • RAI Amsterdam, Europaplein 24

PAN Amsterdam, the Dutch leading fair in art, antiques and design, will open this November. Whether you’re a sucker for classical antiquities or designer furniture, PAN is the perfect place to discover new beautiful things. And guess what Fixers? Art Fix will host an IRL event at the PAN podium on the afternoon of November 18th. Keep an eye out for free tickets!

Jennifer Packer at the Whitney Museum

  • From 30 October until April 2022
  • 99 Gansevoort St, New York

A new Packer exhibition is hitting the Whitney this fall. “The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing” will feature portraits and still lifes showcasing contemporary Black life — her models’ and her own. We absolutely loved this show at the Serpentine Gallery last year so it comes highly recommended.

Judy Chicago at de Young Museum in San Francisco

  • From 28 August until January 2022
  • 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, San Francisco

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco is celebrating the one and only Judy Chicago with a retrospective of her work. The exhibition will showcase 130 paintings, prints, drawings, ceramic sculptures, films, and a documentary. Opening in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote across the US, this exhibition pays homage to the artist who has fought against women’s suppression for her entire professional career. 

Superblue in London

  • Opening 12 October 
  • 6 Burlington Gardens, London

Yes, you read that right, Fixers – Superblue London is (almost) finally here! Kicking off with a multisensory installation by artist duo A.A.Murakami featuring a grove of tree-like automata releasing scented bubbles titled “Silent Fall”, this immersive art experience will blow you away. 

Othoniel in Petit Palais in Paris

  • From 22 September 2021 until 2 January 2022
  • Av. Winston Churchill

A large solo show by Jean-Michel Othoniel titled “The Narcissus Theorem” just opened at the Petit Palais in Paris. With more than 70 artworks, Othoniel takes over the museum in full force and encourages us to dream and to resist the disillusionment of the world. Did we mention it’s free to the public?

Group exhibition in Tel Aviv featuring Jocelyn Hobbie & Angela Heisch

  • From 7 October until 12 November 2021
  • Ahad Ha’Am St 55, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Nassima Landau in Tel Aviv will present the works of two of our fave artists, Jocelyn Hobbie & Angela Heisch, in “High Voltage Two”.  The show will feature 16 artists whose works offer a glimpse on how the world has evolved for figurative artists. 

DRIFT at The Shed

  • From 29 September until 31 October 2021
  • 545 W 30th St, New York 

DRIFT never ceases to amaze us through multisensory mind-blowing installations. This fall, the artist collective is presenting “Fragile Future” at The Shed in New York, featuring movement, film and a soundtrack created by ANOHNI. From shimmering lights that float through the gallery like glowing seeds to massive concrete blocks, “Fragile Future” inspires us to reconnect with our planet.

Flowers in Art at Arken Museum

  • From 4 September until 9 January 2022
  • Skovvej 100, 2635 Ishøj

An abundance of blooming art awaits you at this autumn’s exhibition at the Scandi Museum near Copenhagen, ranging from Claude Monet and Petrit Halilaj & Alvaro Urbano to Tony Matelli. Such a fascinating bouquet of artworks!

Alice Neel at Guggenheim Bilbao

Did you miss Alice Neel at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York due to travel restrictions? Then this is your chance to see her works IRL – her exhibition titled “People Come First” at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is not to be missed.

Picasso & Giacometti at Voorlinden

  • From 16 October 2021 until 13 February 2022
  • Buurtweg 90, Wassenaar 

Museum Voorlinden will soon open its doors to a blockbuster show in collaboration with Musée national Picasso and the Fondation Giacometti, dedicated to the work of two of the most important artists of the 20th century: Pablo Picasso and Alberto Giacometti. Book your tickets now!

JR Exhibition in Groninger Museum

French artist JR is coming to The Netherlands and we’re counting down the days! For this show, the Groninger Museum will work with graffiti and street artists to create a series of portraits of local residents inside and outside the building.

Annie Morris in Yorkshire Sculpture Parc in England

  • From 25 September until 6 February 2022
  • West Bratton, Wakefield

YSP will display a series of sculpture and tapestry by British artist Annie Morris. The London-based artist’s works combine personal messages with grid-like structures that create a sense of energy and optimism. An absolute must!

The Morozov Collection at Fondation Louis Vuitton

In late September, Fondation Louis Vuitton welcomed masterpieces from the collection of the brothers Mikhaïl Abramovitch Morozov and Ivan Abramovitch Morozov, who put together one of the most exceptional collections of French modern art. It features works by Matisse, Picasso, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, and many, many more. If you’re a sucker for French art, you can’t miss this one! 

Jasper Johns’s Mind/Mirror

  • From 23 September 2021 until 13 February 2022 
  • 99 Gansevoort Street, New York. 

Jasper Johns has been making hypnotizing works for nearly 70 years. This year, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art will simultaneously host “Mind/Mirror”, the most comprehensive retrospective of the artist’s work. And guess what? The train from NYC to Philly is only 1.5 hours, so you can visit both sites to experience this exhibition in its entirety!


A section dedicated to shine a bright light on our Art Fix community. Check out the stars featured below! 

Art Fix event at Art Basel 2021

The awaited return of Art Basel in Switzerland picked up right where it left off pre-Covid: with the participation of the hottest artists and galleries around! Art Fix hosted a successful exclusive drinks event in the courtyard, where we gathered with Art Fixers from UK, Israel, France, Belgium, Kazakhstan, The Netherlands and Switzerland. Stay tuned for more IRL Art Fix events! 

Jocelyn Hobbie interview & launch Art Fix Collect print

  • Launch of Jocelyn Hobbie’s limited edition print for Art Fix members on 16 October 2021

The American painter who masters anti-minimalism is collaborating with Art Fix on a limited edition print – keep your eyes peeled this October for updates. If you’re curious to learn more about her artistic process, check out our interview with Hobbie! 

Paulien Huizinga solo exhibition at Parc Broekhuizen in Leersum 

Check out this talented Dutch female photographer who shows powerful portraits of women displaying vulnerability. Her works will be displayed in a solo exhibition at Parc Broekhuizen this fall. Don’t miss the chance to discover her hypnotizing works!

Marta Gnyp’s new book release 

Nothing makes us happy like a new art book! Art advisor and art historian Marta Gnyp interviews a number of artists and curators on the topic of contemporary art and its shifting landscape in her new book “New Waves”.

Sophie Steengracht launch Art Fix Collect print

  • Launch of Sophie Steengracht’s limited edition print for Art Fix members on 6 November 2021

Sophie puts the beauty of nature and the environment at the center of her work. For her collaboration with Art Fix, she hand finishes each artwork with little flowers, which means that each limited edition is unique.

Zurich founded gallery Bildhalle opens second space in Amsterdam 

  • Opening on 2 October 2021 from 17:00-21:00
  • Willemsparkweg 134H, Amsterdam

Mirjam Cavegn, the founder of Bildhalle and member of our Art Fix community, will be opening her second gallery space in Amsterdam Zuid on October 2nd this year. Bastiaan Woudt will decorate the gallery’s walls with photographs for its first show “RHYTHM”.

Maayke Schuitema at BIG ART 

  • From 30 September until 3 October 2021 (open from 11:00 to 18:00)
  • Hembrugterrein, Projectfabriek, Middenweg 53, Zaandam

Every autumn, BIG ART occupies an iconic building where dozens of artists and designers fill the place with a unique mix of large artworks – on show and for sale! Our very own Art Fixer Maayke Schuitema is exhibiting her beautiful large-scale linocut prints this year, so make sure to pay a visit.

The Red Room at The Connaught in London

Who doesn’t love red wine, Negronis and female art?  We suggest you head over to the brand new Red Room bar in the Connaught Hotel in Mayfair, London. This cosy space features a pink onyx bar with delicious drinks and amazing artworks by four of our admired female visionaries: Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer, Ti-a Thuy Nguygen and Trina McKillen.