Art | February 2, 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

Haus-Rucker-Co: Giant Billiard

Art | January 30, 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

Nick Cave: Forothermore

Art | January 28, 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

Spencer Finch: Lux and Lumen

Art | January 27, 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


Art | January 26, 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


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

Featured artist: Victoria Rose Richards

Art | December 26, 2022

Born in Plymouth, Devon, in 1998, Victoria didn’t begin her art journey as an aerial embroidery artist but instead as a biology student needing a break. After beginning a BSc in biological sciences at Exeter university in 2016, she later began using embroidery as a distraction and a way to destress while studying for her courses. Read more

Featured artist: Zue Chan

Art | December 23, 2022

"Traditional Chinese ink and wash paintings revolve around the ‘Tao’which gives classical charms. It brings peace and mystery to people. I combined traditional Chinese ink and Western paints, the medium that I am more familiar with, into a piece of art. Every painting is a page of a diary which records what I think and feel in nature. It is a language that connects me with Nature". Read more

Featured artist: Tatyana Mark

Art | December 18, 2022

"I believe that the best way to reach someone's feelings, emotions and inspire their deeper thinking and contemplation is through the simplicity of suggestive minimalistic line art". Read more

Laure Prouvost: In the Depth…

Art | December 17, 2022

La Casa Encendida exhibits Prouvost’s first solo show in Spain, a exhibition that maps a 12-year period of the artist, winner of the 2013 Turner Prize and selected to represent France at the 2019 Venice Biennale, in which she has produced five audiovisual installations. Read more

Richard Long: Drinking the rivers…

Art | December 15, 2022

For his latest exhibition at the gallery, Richard Long presents a series of text works and photographs spanning his entire practice, from the 1970s to the present day. These works chart Long’s innovative path through and alongside histories of conceptual art, centering the artist’s life-long concern with walking as an aesthetic and philosophical practice. Read more


Art | December 14, 2022

Andreina Español is an Artist born in Colombia, moved to Spain since she was 14 years old and currently lives in Dubai, a complete globetrotter. She has always liked art, moved through this field, worked as a Model for many years but felt that something was missing, so since 2020 she made the decision to make her dream come true, trusted herself and dared to do something unknown but desired. Read more

Bitter Nostalgia

Art | December 13, 2022

UK based Gallery BEERS London is pleased to present Bitter Nostalgia, with artists Hyangmok Baik and Adébayo Bolaji, at Saatchi Gallery, opening on 30 November through to 26 January 2023. Public admission to the exhibition on the Ground Floor of the Gallery will be free. Read more

Alice Neel: An Engaged Look

Art | December 4, 2022

This autumn, the Centre Pompidou is dedicating a major exhibition to Alice Neel (1900-1984), an important North American artist. Born with the century, this remarkable painter was largely overlooked during her own lifetime, but is now celebrated for how acutely she portrayed the different levels of American society Read more

Antony Cairns – PXL City

Art | December 1, 2022

In the MEP Studio, British artist Antony Cairns presents a new series of works taken from his larger project entitled CTY. Read more

Featured artist: Walter Böhm

Art | December 1, 2022

"My works are divided into two genres, the figurative style and the illustrative one that reminds a bit of the characters of Disney cartoons". Read more

Hyperrealism in the Blanca and…

Art | November 29, 2022

Continuing with the family tradition, Blanca and Borja Thyssen-Bornemisza have been art lovers for many years, with a particular passion for modern and contemporary painting which until now they have collected in a very discreet fashion, away from the public gaze. Read more

Anselm Kiefer: Exodus

Art | November 28, 2022

Gagosian is pleased to announce Exodus, an exhibition of new work by Anselm Kiefer in New York and Los Angeles, to open on November 12 at 555 West 24th Street, New York, and on November 19 at Gagosian at Marciano Art Foundation, 4357 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. The large-scale paintings on view in New York and Los Angeles employ a wide range of materials including paint, terra-cotta, fabric, rope, wire, found objects, sediment of electrolysis, and metal-including copper and gold leaf. Mixing the abject and the exalted, these works are imbued with gesture, a sense of metamorphosis, and alchemical symbolism. Read more

Antony Gormley: Body Field

Art | November 25, 2022

Antony Gormley asks how can still, silent objects cause us to move and be moved. In BODY FIELD, Gormley invites us to bring our own physical presence into a field of "sculpture as an instrument for awareness". Read more