What’s on

Thoma Foundation: In Real Time

Art House is pleased to present the thematic installation In Real Time, featuring newly acquired works from the digital art collection that use real-time software to autonomously generate virtual simulations. Real-time software allows an artwork to deliver a live,...

Read more

Het Depot: Monique Sleegers

  Monique Sleegers’ sculptures are made up of two parts in different dimensions. A three-dimensional component made of ceramic and a two-dimensional component in the form of a drawing. In her work, Sleegers depicts the conflict between body and spirit and between...

Read more

Serlachius Museums: Eija-Liisa Ahtila: Potentiality for Love

A première in Mänttä for Ahtila’s three-part artwork is a hybrid piece that combines sculpture with moving image. Afterwards, the artwork commissioned by the Serlachius Museums, embarks on a world tour. Potentiality for Love (2018) deals with the potential for empathy...

Read more

Phillips Collection: ‘Ten Americans: After Paul Klee’

Together with the Zentrum Paul Klee, The Phillips Collection is proud to present Ten Americans: After Paul Klee. The first exhibition to explore the seminal role of Swiss-born artist Paul Klee in the development of mid-20th-century American art, the exhibition...

Read more

MAST Foundation for Photography Grant on Industry and Work

  This international award that has reached this year its fifth edition, taking over from the GD4PhotoArt competition. The initiative aims to give voice to research in photography by new generations of artists, enriching the MAST Foundation’s cultural offer with...

Read more

Delfina Foundation: Ala Younis: Plan for Feminist Greater Baghdad

Delfina Foundation and Art Jameel collaborate to present Plan for Feminist Greater Baghdad, a solo exhibition by Ala Younis. The exhibition includes a major new installation co-commissioned by the two organisations, Plan (fem.) for Greater Baghdad (2018), that builds...

Read more

Herbert Foundation: the Konrad Fischer Years 1964 – 1978

In 1973 Annick and Anton Herbert were brought into contact with the German art dealer Konrad Fischer via Fernand Spillemaeckers (Galerie MTL). In Düsseldorf, Fischer had opened an exhibition space for international avant-garde artists a few years earlier. The Herberts...

Read more

Fondazione Giorgio Cini: Pae White ‘Qwalala’

Qwalala is the second outdoor installation (following Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Glass Tea House Mondrian) commissioned by LE STANZE DEL VETRO. The work by American artist Pae White consists of a curving wall made of a series of solid glass-bricks, each hand-cast in the...

Read more

Guggenheim Venice: Marino Marini “Visual Passions”

This is first retrospective exhibition ever made dedicated to Marino Marini (1901 – 1980), which aims to position organically the artist from pistoia, in the history of sculpture. The intimacy of the rooms of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the second stage of the...

Read more

Fondation Custodia: George Michel “Le Paysage Sublime”

Admired by Vincent van Gogh, Georges Michel is considered the forerunner of painting outdoors. Influenced by the painters of the century of gold Dutch and nicknamed the "Montmartre Ruisdael', there is still little known to the general public. The Custodia Foundation,...

Read more

Fondation A Stichting: Robert Adams “A Right to Stand”

‘They seem to rejoice and they seem to suffer. But they also seem to know a stillness that we can’t experience, at least not for long (Robert Adams). The exhibition begins with a set of photographs taken in Colorado and published in 1994 as Cottonwoods. A species...

Read more
Page 3 of 26...2345...

Last written interview

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Become an exclusive subscriber
Be the first to get our news!
Sign Up For Our Free Newsletter Today

Pin It on Pinterest