Art | January 17, 2022

The magnitude of Rafael Tous'donation has no equal in terms of quantity and quality of works. Close to one thousand artworks have been incorporated into the MACBA Collection, and hence into the public heritage of Barcelona and the country. Read more


Art | January 11, 2022

Alexander Calder (1898–1976) has been closely associated with the Neue Nationalgalerie for decades thanks to his masterpiece “Têtes et queue” (1965). Read more


Art | January 8, 2022

This autumn, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence will host a major exhibition by Jeff Koons opening on 2 October 2021. Read more

Shiota Chiharu

Art | January 7, 2022

The Long Museum (West Bund) is proud to present “Shiota Chiharu: The Soul Trembles” from Saturday, December 18, 2021 to Sunday, March 6, 2022. It will be the largest and most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to the work of Shiota Chiharu, illuminating the artist’s entire oeuvre. Read more


Art | December 28, 2021

Remy Jungerman’s sculptures, installations, panels, collages and screen-prints trace pathways of patterns from Maroon culture in Suriname, the African Diaspora, and the visual idiom of 20th-century Modernism. Read more


Art | December 28, 2021

In this exhibition our guest curator, the artist NAGASHIMA Yurie, looks at works (including her own) produced by ten artists whose careers began in the 1990s and offers fresh interpretations of these works from a feminist viewpoint. Read more

Teasing Chaos. David Tudor

Art | December 24, 2021

David Tudor (Philadelphia, PA, US, 1926-Tomkins Cove, NY, US, 1996) made a name for himself in the 1950s as a leading pianist specializing in contemporary music. His gift for executing the underdetermined and demanding scores of composers like John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Christian Wolff with their complex and sometimes equivocal instructions was unrivaled. Beginning in the 1960s, Tudor transformed himself into a composer-performer and live electronic artist. Read more

Featured Artist: Gudrun Latten

Art | December 23, 2021

Gudrun Latten has a University Degree in Art History and History. She is a member of several artist societies among them GEDOK. Since 2014 Gudrun Latten has shown her photographs and videos in Venice (Italy), New York (USA), Los Angeles (USA), Paris (France), London (UK) and other countries. She has been selected for various interviews, catalogues and magazines (international). Read more


Art | December 21, 2021

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is pleased to announce the first solo museum exhibition of multidisciplinary Chicago-based artist Caroline Kent. Read more


Art | December 20, 2021

Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943) was one of the most multitalented of modern artists, creating profoundly innovative work across many disciplines. Read more


Art | December 19, 2021

The Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza and Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) present Cotton Under My Feet, a solo exhibition of new work Read more

Featured Artist: Ro_Art_Us

Art | December 18, 2021

Ro_Art_Us is a Ukrainian American artist who's always had a passion for art. Ever since her childhood, she drew every time she got a chance. Later on, she worked at jobs that often required drawing skills - like making ads and decorating shop windows. Then, she worked as a successful interior designer, always drawing her designs by hand. Read more

Featured Artist: Cristian Diez Sanchez

Art | December 16, 2021

Born in Santiago de Chile, Cristian Diez Sanchez spend his youth working with copper in a family arts craft business that opened the world of sculpture. Read more


Art | December 15, 2021

Women in Abstraction sets out to write the history of the contributions made by female artists to abstraction in the 20th century, through to about the 1980s, with a few incursions into the 19th century. Read more

Featured Artist: Miriam Prantl

Art | December 12, 2021

In physics, string theory reckons with at least 10 dimensions, some of which are so incredibly compact and narrow that there would be no room for either particles or mass. A completely different and uncertain spatial quality, as we know it from three-dimensional space. Read more

Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective

Art | December 11, 2021

Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929, Matsumoto,Japan) is one of the most important artists of our time. Read more

Featured Artist: Gregory Dorosh

Art | December 11, 2021

For artist Gregory (Greg) Dorosh, the creation of art is a joyous, relaxing time. His work reflects the admiration of the places he has seen. Greg considers himself to be an Impressionist artist. Read more

Featured Artist: Larry Weidel

Art | December 8, 2021

All of my work is informed by my discovery of a unique substrate to use as a starting point. Layers of paint are recovered from urban murals that have been repainted dozens and sometimes hundreds of times, building up a massive thickness that turns into a unique substrate. Read more

Jannis Kounellis

Art | December 7, 2021

Lévy Gorvy is delighted to announce an exhibition devoted to the multifaceted work of Arte Povera artist Jannis Kounellis. Born in Greece in 1936, Kounellis moved to Italy at the age of 20 and enrolled in Rome’s prestigious Accademia di Belle Arti. He quickly became ensconced in the Italian avant-garde art scene, earning his first solo exhibition at age 24 at the leading Galleria la Tartaruga in Rome. Read more

Ettore Spalletti

Art | December 6, 2021

The Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea will present the show Ettore Spalletti. The Sky in a Room, curated by Éric de Chassey, Read more

Featured Artist: Larisa Sved

Art | December 6, 2021

Larisa Sved is a self-taught artist, appreciative of four seasons of the year in Canada, she loves living in the Cayman Islands. She truly enjoys painting and creating different pieces of art throughout her life, expressing herself by working with acrylic on canvas, wood, rocks. Read more


Art | December 5, 2021

White Cube Hong Kong is pleased to present ‘His Own Worst Enemy’, an exhibition by Damien Hirst. Read more

Martin Krajc – Immersion

Art | December 3, 2021

Martin Krajc’s second solo exhibition in Slovakia focuses on his most recent paintings from 2019 to 2021, except for the one hanging above the entrance ramp, which is from 2013. Its title Immersion (Vynořování) captures one of the enduring features of his work: the revelation, overlapping and penetration that takes place among the figural and zoomorphic themes and their relaxed depiction based on a combination of direct painter’s gesture and contemplative expression. Read more

Featured Artist: Irina Ges

Art | December 3, 2021

I was born in Latvia, in the city of Riga, and I have been living in Lithuania for 35 years. I inherited an amazing set of genes from my parents: from my father, analytical mindset and logical thinking (hence my passion for algebra and geometry), and from my mother imaginative thinking, imagination and strong intuition and creativity. Read more

Featured Artist: Fares Micue

Art | December 2, 2021

Fares Micue is a Spanish self-taught fine art/conceptual self-portrait photographer born in Lanzarote (Canary Islands) in 1987. She started photography back in 2009 as a hobby but after 6 years into this hobby, she realized that photography was the perfect medium to share her thoughts, ideas, and perception of reality with others as well as a great tool to combine her other passion that is writing, taking a different approach to the creative process of her images, putting extra attention in all the elements to include in the final image like location, colors, props, mood, and story creating a final image both rich aesthetically and in meaning. Read more


Art | November 30, 2021

The gallery presents the semi-permanent exhibition Merz! Flux! Pop!. It exhibits works by one of the founders of the avant-garde, Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), his colleagues, and successors. Read more


Art | November 28, 2021

"Sulfur Cycle" now resides in the walls of the current museum. Although never formally acquired by the museum as an artwork the ton of sulfur is permanently, yet invisibly, on display.In Sulfur Cycle 2.0, Dan Peterman (American, b. 1960) excavates the walls of an MCA gallery to reveal that the museum itself is built in part with materials produced from fossil fuels. Read more


Art | November 28, 2021

Suzanne Csikos-Nagy (Suzanne C. Nagy) is an American film producer, environmental artist, and curator who lives and works in New York City. Her work has been widely exhibited internationally, including The National Museum in Poznan, Ludwig Museum Budapest, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Palazzo Guicciardini Bongianni, Art Avenue, New York University, Osprey Foundation Florida, and other institutions. Read more