The editorial lines and activity of CFA are independent from art galleries and auction houses. The magazine does not pursue any objective other than its mission to inform the audience on artworks, artists and, more generally, actors directly or indirectly active in the art community. Therefore CFA has no commercial advertisements, but it is made possible just by the kind support of its patrons.
September 15, 2017
Resurfacing dialogue reveals post-truth about today’s contemporary artA mysterious voice from the 1990s makes clear why art system's current issues are actually old ones and the discovery of contemporary African art is not a phenomenon as new as the art marketplace seems to believe.
August 28, 2017
Will the future of historical art museums look like this?The recently revamped M Museum Leuven is now one of the most innovative displays of a historical collection in Europe. We spoke with director Peter Bary to understand M’s new museum strategy and whether the coexistence with contemporary art in the same institution played a role in it.