The latest irreverent creation by this group of artists has gone on show at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam.
W. Eugene Smith: “Portraying a city is an endless task”
From a primitive fort made from tree trunks to the city of steel: the industrious Pittsburgh of the unchallenged master of photo essays on view at the Fondazione MAST in Bologna.
The Bulgarian artist completed his latest temporary installation, a gigantic prism floating on the Serpentine Lake.
Alice Rohrwacher follows Heavenly Body and The Wonders with a journey into de-civilisation.
At the Peggy Guggenheim Foundation, photographs, notes and works tell of the influences of the pre-Colombian world on the work of the great abstract artist Josef Albers.
From weather phenomena to geopolitical manifestations: at Beirut Art Center, the Belgian master of story-telling explores the notion of “turbulence”.
At the Studiolo venue in Milan, the artist Laura Baldassari has staged a multimedia show that probes the aura cloaking iconic divas from Maria Callas to Britney Spears.
“El Jardin de Fukuoka” is the new series of works by the urban artist exhibited at the Galería Bat Alberto Cornejo. Works are inspired by the Japanese philosopher who advocated the zen revolution of cultivating the land.
The exhibition curated by Dieter Roelstraete at the Prada Foundation is a challenge on the theme of the anxiety of flight and of internal exile.
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.
Confirmations, comebacks and new perversions. This year, too, the number of proposals exceeds their human application. But not the enthusiasm of at least trying discovering new analogies.
The 21st edition of the Australian Art Biennale continues to work with geographically dispersed venues, preferably expanding its footprint toward the west of the city.
Seen as a whole, their works form a unique oeuvre: a retrospective at the Stedelijk brings together all Studio Drift’s works for the first time.
For her exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes has conceived a number of hanging and floor-based sculptures.
The Venet Foundation honors the anniversary of the birth of the French artist with the installation “Pure Pigment”, an ode to blue color.