A short monographic exhibition in Monaco celebrates the New York artist featuring unmissable paintings and milestone drawings: Pop Art in the Sixties.
Bombay Beach Biennale, Slab City and the Sonoran Desert
A place in California mixes a toxic lake, a self-managed community, an independent art festival and Hollywood. Four ingredients that are injecting life back into it.
The Brazilian artist completed a series of interventions inside the Cisterna’s spaces in Fondazione Prada, selected in the name of a Slight Agitation.
In complete harmony with the Renzo Piano building which hosts it, the summer exhibition at the Astrup Fearnley Musuem is an open discussion with the Scandinavian ar scene and an invitation to reflect on the culture of a city.
A group exhibition with artists such as Martin Soto Climent and Adrien Missika inaugurates the new exhibition program in the striking spaces of the artistic foundry.
From weather phenomena to geopolitical manifestations: at Beirut Art Center, the Belgian master of story-telling explores the notion of “turbulence”.
The audacious patterns of the artist have invaded the venue of Standing Voice, an organization that defends the rights of persons with albinism.
“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.
In the aftermath of an Italian curatorial residence, Asriningtyas, Heidorn and Rittenbach selected nine Italian artists artworks, conceiving a journey through space and time.
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.Fascinating reflections and precious finishes enrich with refined simplicity every single public or private habitat.
The exhibition by Swiss collaborative duo Onorato-Krebs is a fascinating mix of analog photographs, sculptures, installations and films.
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 body is the central theme of the second stage of “Give up the Ghost”, the thirteenth edition of the Baltic Triennial directed by Vincent Honoré.