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Paola Anziché’s exhibition at the Pavillon Social Kunstverein in Lucca catches on from a trip to Baku, in Azerbajan, even if the works on view are part of different families and times.
As part of the Grand Tour, Chatsworth lends nearly 70 items chosen by Pablo Bronstein from the Devonshire Collection to Nottingham Contemporary.
Gerry Judah’s centrepiece at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed celebrates the Mazda Motor Corporation with a powerful fusion of sculptural innovation and engineering precision.
The exhibition at the Saint-Étienne Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain pays homage to 18 years of activity of the VOLUME! Foundation, Rome, raising essential issues linked to art spaces.
Reviews / Carole Blumenfeld
The MoMA’s exhibition highlights how artists have used the house to explore universal topics, and how architects have tackled the design of residences to expand their discipline.
Architecture is always the main protagonist in Arduino Cantàfora’s paintings but in this exhibition in Lausanne pictures reveal the quest for a denser but, at the same time, more tormented texture.
Reviews / Luca Ortelli
The retrospective of the Colombian artist Doris Salcedo at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum surveys three decades of work addressing social injustice, memory, and loss.
A website conceived by Bryn Smith and designed by Frank LaRocca is a digital repository for Seymour Chwast groundbreaking and constantly expanding body of work.
“Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld” is a major survey of the artist’s work to date, encompassing a career that played a crucial role in expanding the possibilities of photography.
The group exhibition at KW, in Berlin, takes the military term “Fire and Forget” as an entrance point for an examination of current ideas of war and violence in contemporary art.
The St Pancras International station hosts Cornelia Parker RA’s major installation, One More Time, conceived to invoke meditative thoughts on the passage of time, life and mortality
Using different media such as installations, sound and video, three artists from Taiwan create landscapes that reflect different aspects of contemporary civilization.