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TONY CRAGG AT REGGIA DI…

Art | September 12, 2022

Three very tall bronze sculptures with the unusual shapes of sinuously twisted columns and elliptical spirals that rise towards the sky in a seemingly precarious balance, stand out in Corso Sebastopoli, Turin, right in front of the entrance to the Olympic Stadium, the former municipal stadium so renamed during the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics. Read more


ANTONY GORMLEY – GROUNDS

Art | September 11, 2022

This summer, Antony Gormley (1950) takes over the museum and estate of Voorlinden. The British artist is renowned worldwide for his sculptures and installations that investigate the relationship between the human body and the space around us. Read more


I CALL IT ART

Art | August 28, 2022

I Call It Art is the inaugural exhibition in the Light Hall – the large room for temporary exhibitions located atop the new National Museum. Read more


GRAZIA VARISCO

Art | August 26, 2022

From 22 June to 16 September 2022, Palazzo Reale in Milan will host the anthological exhibition titled Grazia Varisco - Percorsi Contemporanei 1957-2022 dedicated to this remarkable Milanese artist, a protagonist on the Italian contemporary art scene. Read more


SEAN SCULLY – A WOUND…

Art | August 26, 2022

MAMbo - Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna presents A Wound in a Dance with Love, a large retrospective of Sean Scully (Dublin, 1945). Read more


WALTER SICKERT

Art | August 24, 2022

This week, Tate Britain opens London's biggest retrospective of Walter Sickert (1860-1942) in almost 30 years. Read more


OLD AND NEW DREAMS: RECENT…

Art | August 22, 2022

Old and New Dreams: Recent Acquisitions in a Collection highlights acquisitions made over the past two years, situating them in relation to hallmark historical examples from MOCA's renowned collection. Recently added works by Camille Henrot, Ian Cheng, Essie Bendolph Pettway, and Trulee Hall, among many others, share space with canonical works across four distinct galleries, each oriented towards themes that have been present in MOCA's Collection from its earliest days. Read more


Bruce Nauman. Neons Corridors Rooms

Art | August 21, 2022

Pirelli HangarBicocca will present a major exhibition dedicated to Bruce Nauman, one of the world’s most prominent living artists (from September 15, 2022 to February 26, 2023). Read more


I am me (except when…

Art | August 19, 2022

Galleria Continua is proud to present: I am me (except when I pretend I am her), the first exhibition by Tobias Rehberger with Galleria Continua, Beijing on the occasion of Gallery Weekend Beijing. Read more


PIP & POP: WHEN FLOWERS…

Art | August 19, 2022

This May, award-winning artist Pip & Pop presents a new exhibition at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art, Kew Gardens. Read more


MARIA BARTUSZOVÁ

Art | August 17, 2022

This autumn Tate Modern will present the UK's first major exhibition of the work of Maria Bartuszová (1936-1996), an artist who defined the world of sculpture on her own terms using innovative methods in plaster casting. Read more


JEAN-MARIE APPRIOU – ART CLUB…

Art | August 15, 2022

Since its creation in 2016, the Art Club cycle has brought together works by international contemporary artists with the secular heritage of the French Academy in Rome. Read more


STRANGE CLAY: CERAMICS IN CONTEMPORARY…

Art | August 15, 2022

From 26 October 2022 - 8 January 2023, the Hayward Gallery will present Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art, the first large-scale group exhibition in the UK to explore how contemporary artists have used the medium of clay in inventive ways. Read more


SIMON HANTAÏ. THE CENTENARY EXHIBITION

Art | August 5, 2022

To celebrate the centenary of Simon Hantaï (1922-2008), Fondation Louis Vuitton is organising an unprecedented retrospective exhibition curated by Anne Baldassari. It includes more than 150 of Simon Hantaï’s works, many of which have never before been shown, and the majority of which are large format works from 1957 to 2004. Read more


SUBTERRANEAN

Art | August 4, 2022

Amos Rex’s Subterranean group exhibition explores how artists have depicted the worlds beneath our feet over the centuries, through four different themes. The extensive exhibition features more than 100 works by 62 artists. Read more


Featured Artist: Mieko Nakamura

Art | July 26, 2022

Mieko Nakamura was born in Japan in 1952. She was fascinated by the 53rd stage of the Tokaido Highway in Ukiyoe when she was in the third grade of elementary school, and began sketching when she was in junior high school. Read more


Annette Messager Desires, Disorders

Art | July 25, 2022

For the first time in Israel, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is presenting a comprehensive solo exhibition of works by Annette Messager (b. 1943, Berck-sur-Mer, France; lives and works in Malakoff, Paris), one of the world's most prominent and influential contemporary artists. Read more


Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art

Art | July 24, 2022

Still Present! "As diverse and varied as the worlds that comprise our current human reality are, they sub-sist amid the waste and cacophony that traverse global capitalism’s frantic and destructive race toward production. Read more


Arthouser – Chen Yujun Solo…

Art | July 24, 2022

From June 25th to September 11th 2022, Long Museum (Chongqing) will present "Arthouser - Chen Yujun Solo Exhibition", which is curated by Wang Wei, the Director of Long Museum. Read more


FEATURED ARTIST: HANNA SUPETRAN

Art | July 22, 2022

Hanna Supetran is known to bring her innate sense of rhythm, color mastery and compositional element to each painting. Read more


AFFORDABLE ART FAIR 2022

Art | July 22, 2022

The 9th edition of Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong (AAF) will return to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 4 to 7 August 2022, showcasing thousands of contemporary artworks from over 60 hand-picked local and international galleries and exhibitors. Read more


Sally Gabori

Art | July 21, 2022

From July 3 to November 6, 2022, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is proud to present the first major solo survey exhibition of Aboriginal artist Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, outside Australia. "This is my land, this is my sea, this is who I am." Read more


IGSHAAN ADAMS: DESIRE LINES

Art | July 19, 2022

At the heart of Igshaan Adams’s expansive weaving practice lies a question: “How would you treat someone differently if you knew everything about them? Or nothing?” In his tapestries and textile installations, Adams engages with the gaps—the information that is seemingly absent, overlooked, or rendered invisible in the spaces we inhabit individually and collectively. Read more


HAEGUE YANG: DOUBLE SOUL

Art | July 18, 2022

Rotating blinds, glowing light bulbs, rattling bells and the scent of gunpowder and wildflowers. South Korean artist Haegue Yang (b. 1971) is known for her distinctive sculptures and large installations that engage the senses and incorporate a wide range of materials, from drying racks and turbine vents to peacock feathers, artificial plants and nylon pompoms. Read more


Tadashi Kawamata. Nests in Milan

Art | July 18, 2022

From March 31, 2022 to July 23, 2022 BUILDING will be presenting an exhibition of the work of the Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata entitled Nests in Milan, curated by Antonella Soldaini. Read more


Featured Artist: Ivanna Plaza Frattari

Art | July 17, 2022

Ivanna Plaza Frattari is an Argentine visual artist; she has managed to take her paintings to various places in the world, in it, she shows much of the desert environment where she grew up (San Juan-Argentina) from an impure palette, broken colors, Ivanna begins to deprive us of some certainties. Read more


MARLENE DUMAS, OPEN-END

Art | July 16, 2022

From Sunday 27 March 2022, Palazzo Grassi presents 'open-end', the first comprehensive solo show exposing the work of Marlene Dumas in Italy, as part of the cycle of monographic shows organised by the Pinault Collection dedicated to major contemporary artists. Read more


FEATURED ARTIST: GLORIA KEH

Art | July 14, 2022

Energy is something we so often take for granted. We fail to recognise its vital importance and its necessary presence. Without energy, there is nothing, there will be nothing. Read more