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El Anatsui is the recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of the 56th International Art Exhibition of the Biennale di Venezia – All the World’s Futures.
High Line Art presents an international outdoor group exhibition about vistas and vantage points both natural and manmade, featuring a series of sculptures and installations.
Maisie Shearring, the winner of the Bologna Children’s Book Fair – Fundación SM International Award for Illustration, mixes in her works nostalgia with a feel for the poetic.
The exhibition at the Museum für Gestaltung traces how Swiss Style spread internationally and, with a number of contemporary works, confirms that it is still topical.
MIT List Visual Arts Center presents seven film and single-channel video works by Joan Jonas, in complement to her new work for the U.S. Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
With the exhibition at the Fondation Cartier, Bruce Nauman is reconfirmed as an artist capable of describing our Promethean and impossible relationship with reality.
Reviews / Ivo Bonacorsi
The exhibition curated by Germano Celant at Triennale di Milano sets out to investigate the relationship between the arts and different rituals associated with food.
Francis Alÿs’ exhibition at Museo Tamayo stems from a dialogue between painting and action in his recent works presenting three projects made in the last decade.
At Gagosian Gallery in Paris this combined exhibition of period publications and more recent material along with an update of the splendid “Books & Co”, organised by Bob Monk in 2013, highlights Ed Ruscha’s consistent ability to renew his art.
The solo exhibition dedicated to Ellie Ga by Le Grand Café art centre, Saint Nazaire, shows how her work liberates the circulation of meaning with a beautiful simplicity.
At Parasol unit in London, the exhibition devoted to the Cuban art collective Los Carpinteros explores and interrogate the functionality of architecture, design and the everyday object.
In “From her wooden sleep…” – on view at ICA Theatre, London – Ydessa Hendeles draws together disparate elements to compose a tightly choreographed tableau vivant.