In London, at Edel Assanti gallery, the Tel Aviv- born artist shows twelve works, surveying gay cruising spots, from bathhouses to parks.
Lugano. Oversized photography and the work of Balthasar Burkhard
At the LAC in Lugano, a large-scale one-man exhibition presents the work of the Swiss artist, a witness to the most glorious exhibitions by Harald Szeemann, and an anti-rhetorical photographer.
In the South of France a collective show aims to subvert new feminism codes, encompassing artists from Gery Georgieva to Rebecca Ackroyd, from Laure Prouvost to Zanele Muholi.
The grand master of experimental theatre celebrates a quarter-century of The Watermill Center, his Long Island performance laboratory. Held late last month, the annual benefit gala was a chance to look back.
At the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead, England, Zanzibar-born British artist, curator, and writer introduces new works, in the name of poetry.
The Brazilian artist completed a series of interventions inside the Cisterna’s spaces in Fondazione Prada, selected in the name of a Slight Agitation.
Two installations from Collezione Prada allow the German Artist a brand new beginning for a renewed stage of the Absurd.
An interview with the artist who conceived the performance “Palermo Procession”, one of the most intense events of the opening days of the nomadic art biannial.
The visitor is at the centre of the photography festival which focuses on the interaction between video installations and the classic areas of the Tuscan town.
In Berlin, nine North American Indigenous artists represent a way of battling as conflicting heroic figures who defended the rights, in the name of their ancestors.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Square mirror with lacquered metal frame, mocha or burnished brass finish. Central mirror available in different shades.The new dimensions of the Visual mirrors create original reflections thanks to the different shades and to their modularity. They furnish private and public spaces with a refined simplicity and allow to create large compositions.
For the latest work of the British musician, video designer Weirdcore conceives distorted suburbs and computational infrastructures.
In Austria, at Kunsthaus Bregenz, Belgian artist turns the museum into an unnatural landscape, disintegrating space and time.