RECENT POSTS IN ART

YAYOI KUSAMA: INFINITY MIRROR ROOMS

Art | October 8, 2021

In partnership with Bank of America with additional support from UNIQLO, Tate Modern presents a special exhibition of two immersive mirror room installations Read more


GREATER TORONTO ART 2021

Art | September 25, 2021

On September 29, 2021, the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) will launch Greater Toronto Art 2021 (GTA21), a triennial survey. The first edition brings together 21 energizing artists and art collectives who work in the Greater Toronto Area or have direct connections with the city. Read more


JASPER JOHNS: MIND/MIRROR

Art | September 23, 2021

Jasper Johns: Mind/MirrorPhiladelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York September 28, 2021 – February 13, 2022 A single exhibition in two venues, this unprecedented collaboration, Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror, will be the artist’s first major museum retrospective on the East Coast in a quarter century. Resulting from five years of […] Read more


PAULA REGO

Art | September 21, 2021

Tate Britain opens the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Paula Rego. An uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative power, Rego (b.1935) redefined figurative art and revolutionised the way in which women are represented. Read more


DAMIEN HIRST – CHERRY BLOSSOMS

Art | September 20, 2021

"The Cherry Blossoms are about beauty and life and death. They're extreme - there's something almost tacky about them.Like Jackson Pollock twisted by love. They're decorative but taken from nature. They're about desire and how we process the things around us and what we turn them into, but also about the insane visual transience of beauty - a tree in full crazy blossom against a clear sky. It's been so good to make them, to be completely lost in colour and in paint in my studio. They're garish and messy and fragile and about me moving away from Minimalism and the idea of an imaginary mechanical painter and that's so exciting for me." Read more


NAM JUNE PAIK

Art | September 19, 2021

Nam June Paik has continued to electrify the art world ever since his 1963 debut of television experiments in Exposition of Music – Electronic Television, his first solo exhibition. Paik challenged visitors to participate by activating modified TV sets and playing radically transformed instruments—blurring the distinction between performer and audience. Read more


DALLAS ART FAIR

Art | September 17, 2021

The Dallas Art Fair is pleased to announce that its 13th annual edition will take place November 11-14, when it will once again host the best international and local contemporary art dealers at the Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.). Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the 2021 fair will operate at a reduced capacity—allowing for a more open, spacious floor plan and safer experience for visitors and dealers. Read more


KUSAMA: COSMIC NATURE

Art | September 10, 2021

The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) announces the opening of its expansive 2021 exhibition, KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature, featuring work by internationally celebrated Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exhibition includes four experiences debuting at the Botanical Garden. Read more


CALDER NOW

Art | September 8, 2021

This coming autumn, Kunsthal Rotterdam will proudly present 'Calder Now', an extensive exhibition that explores for the first time in Europe the modern master's enduring and unmistakable influence on contemporary art. Read more


VIVIAN SUTER

Art | September 8, 2021

The Palacio de Velázquez in Retiro Park will host from 25 June 2021 to 2 May 2022 an exhibition devoted to Argentinian-Swiss artist Vivian Suter (Buenos Aires, 1949). Read more


HANS OP DE BEECK: THE…

Art | September 3, 2021

Galleria Continua is pleased to present the Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck’s solo show entitled The Boatman and Other Stories. The exhibition brings together previously unseen and recent sculptures that explore the still-life genre in a contemporary and anachronistic key. Read more


OPENING: HIDDEN TREASURES

Art | September 2, 2021

Casa Jaguar Studio invites you to the opening of the exhibition “Hidden Treasures” in the Centro Cívico Pere Pruna in Barcelona on September 9th, 2021. We will have guided visits from 06PM to 07:30PM and a music and poetry performance in the garden until 09PM. Read more


ICONS OF URBAN ART

Art | August 30, 2021

Street art is omnipresent. Though impossible to ignore, it is not always viewed favourably. Street art confronts us sharply, unexpectedly and fearlessly. An intensive engagement with art in public space demands of us deeper self-reflection and a closer inspection of society as a whole. Read more


GENKYO YOKOO TADANORI

Art | August 29, 2021

We are delighted to announce the “GENKYO YOKOO TADANORI” exhibition to be held at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo from July 17 to October 17, 2021. Since debuting in 1960s, Tadanori Yokoo has always been active on the front lines as one of the leading contemporary artists, keeping fascinating Japan and the world. Read more


HAEGUE YANG: STRANGE ATTRACTORS

Art | August 21, 2021

Tate St Ives presents Strange Attractors, the UK’s largest exhibition to date by celebrated South Korean artist Haegue Yang. Yang is renowned for creating immersive environments from a diverse range of materials. Her sculptures and installations often use industrially made objects, interwoven with labour-intensive and craft-based processes. Read more


teamLab: CONTINUITY

Art | August 19, 2021

Swirls of butterflies that twirl and fade, sunflowers that bloom and perish, crisscrossing crows in flight, streams of luminous ink, rooms alive with light and feeling. Exclusively at the Asian Art Museum this summer, teamLab: Continuity invites audiences to experience the immersive digital marvels of teamLab - an international art collective based in Tokyo whose exhibitions have achieved record-breaking global popularity. Read more


ALBERT OEHLEN

Art | August 18, 2021

From 5 September 2021 to 20 February 2022, MASI present the exhibition titled Albert Oehlen “big paintings by me with small paintings by others“. For this project Albert Oehlen is at the same time an artist, a curator and a collector. Read more


MAURIZIO CATTELAN: BREATH GHOSTS BLIND

Art | August 14, 2021

Pirelli HangarBicocca presents the exhibition “Breath Ghosts Blind” by Maurizio Cattelan. One of the world’s most renowned figures of the contemporary art scene, with his work the artist reveals the fractures in our everyday existence, depicting reality even in its most dramatic aspects. Read more


TONY CRAGG AT HOUGHTON HALL

Art | August 11, 2021

Major works by the celebrated British sculptor Tony Cragg will go on show in the grounds and historic interiors of Houghton Hall in Norfolk, one of England’s most beautiful Palladian houses. Read more


KATHARINA GROSSE AT HAM HELSINKI

Art | August 9, 2021

Katharina Grosse: Chill Seeping from the Walls Gets between UsHAM Helsinki Art Museum 8June 08, 2021 – January 23, 2022 The re-opening coincide with the opening of German artist Katharina Grosse’s exhibition at Tennispalatsi. Grosse has become internationally known for her large on-site paintings, which she sprays across objects, architectural structures and landscapes. In her […] Read more


THE LINE OF WIT: GUGGENHEIM…

Art | August 4, 2021

The artists represented in the exhibition employ unusual materials and techniques, and many playfully defy aesthetic conventions demonstrating ingenuity and wit. In his iconic series Mrs. Lenin and the Nightingale (2008) Baselitz presents the human figures upside down in expressive, large-format canvases, which serves to distance the viewer and to achieve a form of abstraction while maintaining figuration. Read more


PARK PLATZ

Art | July 22, 2021

The Berlinische Galerie stands in the middle of a residential neighbourhood built mostly in the 1980s. Ever since the museum opened on Alte Jakobstrasse in 2004, art for the urban space has had a role to play. Back then, a sculptural pathway was designed to lead through the area to the entrance. Read more


KARA WALKER

Art | July 18, 2021

The Kunstmuseum Basel mounts the Black American artist Kara Walker’s (b. 1969) first major exhibition in Switzerland, featuring more than six hundred works on paper from her personal archive that have never been on public display. Read more


YAYOI KUSAMA: I WANT YOUR…

Art | July 15, 2021

David Zwirner is pleased to present I WANT YOUR TEARS TO FLOW WITH THE WORDS I WROTE, a solo exhibition featuring new My Eternal Soul paintings by Yayoi Kusama, at the gallery’s 537 West 20th Street location in New York. Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo, and Victoria Miro, London, will show concurrent exhibitions with works from this series this summer. Kusama’s work has transcended two of the most important art movements of the second half of the twentieth century: pop art and minimalism. Read more


Featured Artist: Päivyt Niemeläinen

Art | July 6, 2021

Visual artist, MA Päivyt Niemeläinen is living and working in Helsinki, Finland. First she graduated as a textile artist. Her studies in fine art, art history, ethnology and archeology give a rich back ground for her artistic expression. Read more


ROTHKO – HARTUNG: A MULTIFORM…

Art | July 4, 2021

Perrotin hosts a crucial event from June 12 to July 31, 2021. For the first time, a Rothko-Hartung encounter will be the focus of a full- fledged exhibition: a brand new subject, one that is essential to understanding part of the art of the twentieth century. Read more


CONTINUOUSLY CONTEMPORARY: NEW WORKS FROM…

Art | June 19, 2021

In celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the Kunstmuseum Basel | Gegenwart, which was founded in 1980, the museum presents a selection of new large-format works and ensembles from the collection of the Emanuel Hoffmann Foundation (EHS). Read more


Nicole Kelly Westman. CAG Vancouver

Art | June 18, 2021

The practice of Nicole Kelly Westman is anchored in an ongoing concern with the conditions of image-making. Although Westman only occasionally uses cameras or produces anything akin to a photograph, her work deftly engages the tools, techniques and principles of photography to question the objectivity of the recorded moment. Read more