Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of…

Art | March 17, 2023

"The Abakans were a kind of bridge between me and the outside world. I could surround myself with them; I could create an atmosphere in which I somehow felt safe because they were my world." Magdalena Abakanowicz Tate Modern offers a rare opportunity to explore an extraordinary body of work by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz known as Abakans. Made of organic materials such as horsehair, sisal and hemp rope, these complex three-dimensional forms broke new ground for art in the 1960s and 70s. Bringing together 26 of these radical works for the first time in the UK, the exhibition presents a forest of towering sculptures, enabling visitors to explore their ambiguous forms and earthy scents. Read more


Art | March 3, 2023

Atom Hovhanesyan is born in Yerevan, Armenia and he was a New York-based artist working in oil and ink. Atom refined and continued developing the post-divisionist technique. His creations attempted to tell a story or a path that the eye would take through the painting. Read more

Featured Artist: Nhlonipho Mchunu

Art | March 2, 2023

Nhlonipho was born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, in the heart of the Zulu kingdom. From an early age, he demonstrated an innate artistic talent that drove him to explore the art of his cultural roots and to reimagine it for the modern world. Read more


Art | March 1, 2023

Persia Beheshti Is half-Persian and half-New Zealander, but she was born and raised in Dubai. She studied in London and then she moved to the US, where she gravitated towards filmmaking and working in film production. She started to develop her directing practice in New York, directing short-format films ranging from documentaries to music videos. Read more

Featured Artist: Graziano Ferrari

Art | February 22, 2023

Graziano Ferrari was born in Milan in 1958. His aptitude for drawing and painting is revealed early on, but many years will pass before it turns into a passion and becomes a profession. In fact, it was only at the time of his university studies that he made the decision to devote himself full time to painting. Supported by his family, who understood his need for him, he began the difficult path guided solely by the desire to find his own language that would allow him to bring out those contradictions that he was grasping and that he felt he had to clarify and denounce. Read more

Featured Artist: Julie Reby Waas

Art | February 13, 2023

I was born and raised in New Jersey and currently live in Miami, Florida with my husband. I have 3 adult sons.​ I have been drawing since I was a little girl. I would mindlessly draw on the margins of papers during class, during meetings, while on the phone or anytime I ​wanted to relax. Throughout most of my life, I never thought of myself as an artist. I thought of myself as someone who liked to draw, but never as an artist who liked to draw. Read more

Unsupervised – Refik Anadol

Art | February 12, 2023

The Museum of Modern Art announces a special project for the winter season, "Refik Anadol: Unsupervised". On view from November 19, 2022, through March 5, 2023, this major installation will feature three new digital artworks by Refik Anadol that use artificial intelligence to interpret and transform more than 200 years of art from MoMA’s collection. Read more

Featured artist: Ryan Muchen Wang

Art | February 10, 2023

Ryan Muchen Wang is a visual artist and filmmaker based in New York. His film and video work often use a mixture of fiction, documentary and experimental genres to examine the place, displacement and the contradictory nature of memory. Read more

Immeasurable Distance – Manolo Quejido

Art | February 9, 2023

Immeasurable Distance is an exhibition organized by Museo Reina Sofía, devoted to the work of Spanish artist Manolo Quejido (b. Seville, 1946), whose career started in 1964. Quejido began with experiments in Expressionism, Pop Art, and geometric experimentation, before turning definitely to painting in 1974. Read more


Art | February 6, 2023

Ketil Eriksen is a visual artist based in Denmark. Beginning to approach art at a young age, he only later became a professional artist, participating in several group exhibitions in Austria, Italy, Germany, Sweden, UAE, Switzerland, China, Spain and the USA. His artistic research focuses on shapes and colors, as well as gestural and instinctive force, applying compositional research. Read more

Haus-Rucker-Co: Giant Billiard

Art | January 31, 2023

Come and play in the Viennese architect/artist group Haus-Rucker-Co's legendary installation Giant Billiard that is now on show at ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, south of Copenhagen. The exhibition presents the work for the first time ever in Scandinavia. Read more


Art | January 30, 2023

“Art entered my life with the force and absolute revelation. I was still at the International High School and I understood that nothing would have been the same as before. I had found a center. A reason to exhist. Read more

Pierre Dunoyer: A Retrospective in…

Art | January 29, 2023

Pierre Dunoyer was born in Marseille in 1949 and lives in Paris. He turned to painting after studying architecture and psychopathology. Read more

FEATURED ARTIST: Madella-Mella Ursula

Art | January 29, 2023

Born in Bregenz in 1971, I grew up in Bregenz, but have also lived in Zurich in Switzerland, in Baden near Vienna in Austria, in Hörbranz, in Mljet in Croatia, and in Puerto Merolos in Mexico. But I considered myself at home in Bregenz, where I still work today. While my professional career developed exclusively and successfully in painting, I was lucky enough to be the mother of 4 children. In 2011, however, my family obligations eased and since then She have been able to concentrate exclusively on my artistic work. Read more


Art | January 27, 2023

At a time when ecosystems and climate breakthrough is leading us to rethink our relationship with nature and the living world, we can wonder what can we learn from flowers, from their resilience, from their constant adaptation to their environment, from their sobriety? Read more


Art | January 25, 2023

Glass is my skin is a new installation that Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz designed specifically for the Palacio de Cristal in Parque del Retiro. The project gives the building a voice that speaks about its colonial history and presence, in a song composed and interpreted by Aérea Negrot, with lyrics that have been written in collaboration with the artists. Inspired by queer clubs, the artist duo also created a set of platforms or stages made out of mirrors. Read more

Spencer Finch: Lux and Lumen

Art | January 24, 2023

The Hill Art Foundation is pleased to announce Lux and Lumen: Spencer Finch, our next exhibition opening September 16, 2022. The exhibition will place new and recent works by Spencer Finch in dialogue with a 16th-century stained-glass window by the Renaissance master Valentin Bousch. Lux and Lumen is curated by Finch and will open one week after the artist’s solo exhibition, We send the wave to find the wave at James Cohan Gallery. Read more

Nick Cave: Forothermore

Art | January 23, 2023

Nick Cave (b. 1959, Fulton, Missouri) has become internationally celebrated for his elaborate sculpture and found-object installations, including his iconic Soundsuits, which blend sculpture, fashion, and social performance. Read more


Art | January 21, 2023

I am a Columbia, SC based artist, my work is created with strips of recycled paper collected from magazines, flyers and papers found in my daily life. Read more


Art | January 19, 2023

Smirnov’s works are recognizable by their distinctive framework and color structure that create the impression of stained glass or enamel along with a feeling of mystery. Read more

Lee Miller – Man Ray:…

Art | January 16, 2023

Model, photographer, muse, the first female war correspondent to report the horrors of the concentration camps liberated by American troops, and twentieth-century icon. Lee Miller was all this and much more. She went through life with passion and determination and life repaid her with love and friends, but also with pain and posthumous, or at least tardy, acknowledgement. An exhibition will now do justice to this woman as beautiful as she was clever and talented, taking her out of Man Ray’s overpowering shadow, to reveal a deep but complicated relationship more objectively: Man Ray, first her teacher, then lover, and in the end friend. Read more


Art | January 11, 2023

J. Howard' s artistic journey began as a child in Houston, Texas, with an early talent for drawing. A love for authenticity inspires her to make organic based soft pastels from food dyes and earth pigments to apply on natural canvas. Read more


Art | January 10, 2023

Sam Gilliam, who recently passed away (1933–2022), is seen as an important innovator in postwar painting in the USA. He was greatly influenced by the Washington Color School and in 1972 he participated in the group exhibition curated by Walter Hopps for the US pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Read more

Featured artist: Stephen Cornwell

Art | January 8, 2023

Born in Newcastle, Stephen Cornwell is now living in Adelaide, Australia. His background in visual arts started as a very young child. He has always been interested in visual arts and that culminated with University degrees in both Visual Arts (with a major in sculpture) and also a Degree in Education. Read more


Art | January 7, 2023

From 6 October 2022 to 29 January 2023, Pirelli HangarBicocca presents "Born in the first light of the morning [moswara'marapo]", a survey exhibition of several of Dineo Seshee Bopape's works, including a new production. Read more


Art | January 5, 2023

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, in close collaboration with the Musée national Picasso-Paris, are devoting a unique exhibition to Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) next fall. Read more

Every Kind of Wind, Calder…

Art | January 4, 2023

Nahmad Contemporary is pleased to present Every Kind of Wind, Calder and the 21st Century, on view from November 3, 2022, through January 28, 2023. Organized by guest curator Kelly Taxter in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, the exhibition showcases the pioneering role Alexander Calder (1898-1976) played to carve out essential space for innovative artistic approaches and methodologies. Calder invented the mobile nearly 100 years ago. Read more

Featured artist: Moorland Productions

Art | December 28, 2022

Moorland Productions creative partnership was founded in 1994 to showcase the creative work of Kenneth G. Hay, and Seetha A. They work across a variety of media including painting, sculpture, installation, print, photography, video and sound. The work produced explores different cultural, historical and linguistic themes through stylistically discrete forms. Read more