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from 15 to 30 september 2023, hoxton gallery presents an exhibition dedicated to giuseppe palmisano's photographic project titled iosonopipo. The post giuseppe palmisano spotlights the everyday surreal in his quirky
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Colombian artist Fernando Botero has died at the age of 91. "I don't paint fat women," he once told Spain's El Mundo newspaper, "I am interested in volume, the sensuality
Alchemy and the depths of the occult manifest within Remedios Varo’s practice. The Spanish surrealist (1908-1963), whose works are on view at the Art Institute of Chicago, was a researcher
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In this monthly series, we gather thoughts and highlights from Artsy’s in-house art experts on what they’re seeing, looking forward to, and enjoying in the art world this month. What
Reimagining European art historical genres with a special affinity for the Romanticists, artist and illustrator Bill Mayer’s wry and moody paintings (previously) merge fantastical figures with vast landscapes. From a
The late painter deftly captured the turbulence and terror that reverberated throughout Japan during the "Lost Decade." A new show at Gagosian New York showcases the epoch's enduring relevance today.
Taking over the empty niches along the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Fifth Avenue facade are the Iranian-born sculptor's meticulous mishmash of abstract shapes, a timely probing of what museums obscure
The Island, an organisation aiming to create bridges between the traditional and the digital art worlds has today (Friday 15th September) revealed its first commission: a special series of 60
the installation envisions steinberg’s brain as a bustling city with each neural neighborhood representing a different facet of his consciousness. The post yaron steinberg’s ‘brain/city’ weaves paper, string, and light
founder alex bass brings the salon-style gallery to greene street in honor of the new york block's creative heritage. The post salon 21 founder alex bass revives the chic, salon-style
On September 6, collectors, curators, and artists flocked to the Guggenheim for The Armory Show's Collectors' Soiree to celebrate the art fair's 29th edition. The crowd of collectors and creatives
The Japan Art Association and Lord Patten of Barnes, Praemium Imperiale’s International Advisor in the UK, have revealed the recipients of the 2023 Praemium Imperiale Awards:
Edward Enninful OBE, Editor-in-Chief, British Vogue & European Editorial Director, Vogue, and Wayne McGregor CBE, multi-award winning choreographer, director and the Royal Ballet Resident Choreographer, today received Honorary Doctorates from
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s death, Elmhurst Art Museum joins a global movement of shows looking back at the artist’s work in Picasso: 50 Years Later, a celebration
Artangel has partnered with King’s College London and Science Gallery London to present The Directors by Marcus Coates
Ahead of the opening of her first solo show with the gallery this evening, Sherbet Green has announced the representation... Read More
This article was produced in partnership with the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS). Today, art no longer settles on a single meaning, but instead functions as a way to capture
Following the success of its launch last year, SOLO CONTEMPORARY is back at the British Art Fair highlighting a selection... Read More
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There’s always something new at Berlin Art Week, the flagship annual moment for galleries and museums in the German capital. In Berlin, novel usually means multidisciplinary, experimental, and collaborative—and this
Dubbed the essential survey of artists living and working across Latin America, a monumental new book catalogs three centuries of output across 20 Spanish and Portuguese-speaking regions. Latin American Artists: From
In a world saturated with logos, branding, and advertisements, is it possible to find comfort in commercial objects? By reconnecting with fragments of her childhood, ceramicist Stephanie Shih replicates domestic
marking the nara's first solo show in korea since 2005, the display features 140 ceramics and 30 drawings on paper and cardboard. The post yoshimoto nara’s childlike characters take ceramic
the pokémon company and van gogh museum in amsterdam come in an unexpected collaboration! The post pokémon enters van gogh’s sunflower world in unexpected collaboration appeared first on designboom |
Krittika Sharma co-founded indigo+madder in Deptford in 2019, then moved to a more central location last year –
In this monthly roundup, we shine the spotlight on five stellar exhibitions taking place at galleries in five cities worldwide. “Bestiaries, a solo by Hannah Lim”Wilder Gallery, LondonSept. 13–Oct. 7
“This knob here is a radio switch, but what I see in it is an exploded engine,” says Mohamad Hafez (previously) in the opening of a new short film.
The occult, the uncanny, the mysterious, the sensual: Nighttime conjures a myriad of connotations in art. American artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler was the first to turn such works portraying
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Today a major new site-specific work by Chris Ofili was unveiled at Tate Britain. Spanning three walls, Requiem pays tribute to fellow artist Khadija Saye and remembers the tragedy of the Grenfell
“Historically, books about contemporary Native and Indigenous art have often been composed of academic essays illustrated with artworks by Indigenous makers,” Jeffrey Gibson (previously) says in the introduction to An
'the camera can capture more than a single moment, it can capture history, geological time, the concept of eternity, the essence of time itself,' shares the japanese artist. The post
Japanese artist Miwa Komatsu has felt a deep connection to nature from a young age. “I naturally felt the energy and spirits lurking in nature with the innocence of childhood,”
The Turkish-American artist is inaugurating Las Vegas's new Sphere with his swirling, real-time generated digital collages of space and nature. Not only a feat of technical ingenuity, it cements the
Strips of vibrantly patterned fabrics, entwined red thread, and everyday objects floating in the sky are a few of the recurring motifs within El Gato Chimney’s works. The Milan-based artist
Summer came to an end for the art world last week with the return of two major art fairs on two different continents: The Armory Show (September 8th–10th) in New
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In Miguel Arzabe’s bestiaries, wide-eyed owls, pink pumas, and whale sharks emerge from planes of woven acrylic. The Oakland-based artist draws on his Bolivian roots and Andean textile traditions as he
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Using fine-tipped brushes to compose intricate details, Jason Seife (previously) reimagines Persian carpets as remarkable acrylic paintings. Over the past six years, he has increasingly incorporated concrete in place of
With seven weeks to run until the close of the exhibition on 29th October, Sean Scully at Houghton Hall – Smaller Than... Read More
This Autumn, Mostyn, Llandundo, Wales, presents a new exhibition of work by American artist, Rosemarie Castoro (1939-2015) and will also... Read More
SPRING/BREAK Art Show New York City returned for its 12th edition from September 6th-11th, 2023, featuring more than 120 curatorial... Read More
Art the Arms Fair exhibition & auction now- Today 11th September 2023 the award-winning Art the Arms Fair (ATAF) returns... Read More
On Saturday, 16th September 2023, the Rubin Museum of Art will open its interactive and large-scale traveling Mandala Lab installation... Read More
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a dark wooden dome engulfs visitors, filtering in light through the oculus and small demarcations that glisten like stars in the night sky. The post tomorrow’s ‘field of stars’ installation
The Havana-born artist and inaugural recipient of the Maestro Dobel Latinx Art Prize speaks on his upcoming show at El Museo del Barrio and the power of corporal existence. Carlos
A year shy from celebrating its 30th year, The Armory Show opened its VIP day on Thursday with over 225 galleries spread across the Javits Center in New York. Now
jr adds a geological dimension to palais garnier in paris Alongside the buzzing energy coming out of Paris Design Week 2023, French artist JR reveals his latest show-stopping installation in the heart
Adrian Cheng, the Founder of K11 Art Foundation, has today announced the formation of the K11 Art Foundation International Council.
Just announced, Eastbourne ALIVE is an ambitious cultural programme coinciding with Towner Eastbourne hosting the Turner Prize 2023.
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Artists to see at The Armory Show 2023 that draw connections between the universe & pixelated repetitions. Where other art... Read More
It might be in its second edition, but this year, Frieze Seoul already feels like it’s well at home in the Korean capital. A trendy crowd descended in droves on
Returning for its 35th edition, the São Paulo Bienal once again takes place in Brazil’s capital from September 3rd through 6th. To mark the occasion, galleries across the city will
three steel life buoys lie embedded within concrete, creating digitally stimulated ripples echoing the ebb and flow of water. The post 50-meter tapestry of undulating concrete tiles & steel lifebuoys
Landscape photography of the United States is embedded into the nation’s cultural DNA. Images by Carleton Watkins, William Henry Jackson, and Ansel Adams not only captured the sublime and awe
As the museum continues programming work that expands the relationship between sound and art, the two experimental musicians stage a series of performances that create moments of contemplation and focus.
The Korean art world was out in full force during the VIP day of the Korean International Art Fair (KIAF), where aisles and booths were bustling throughout. Taking place in
The NBA players' union is teaching rookies the ins and outs of financial literacy, including demystifying the practice of collecting fine art to build generational wealth. “Untitled” (2023) by Rafa
Young Masters has revealed the shortlist of 16 artists for the Young Masters Art Prize and 12 Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize.
KAWS To Receive Clio Award & Participate in Q&A at Brooklyn Event on October 16th- KAWS, who is known for... Read More
Art Fund, the national charity for art, has today announced it has offered a total of £800,000 to 21 museums and galleries across the UK
keith haring’s 1980s digital artworks come to light for the first time, minted to be NFTs at christie’s for viewers to own. The post keith haring, digital artist? rare 1980s
The noted collector shares the up-and-coming talents and unsung veterans to keep your eyes on as anticipation builds for the annual New York fair's most ambitious outing yet. Photography by
Why do people collect art? And what factors influence how they purchase it? These questions form the basis of Art Collector Insights 2023, Artsy’s research-driven report on the state of
Hauser & Wirth has announced representation of artist Sonia Boyce, in collaboration with Apalazzo Gallery, Brescia, Italy
90s mirror, 2023 France-Lise McGurn Margot Samel Behind the Door, 2022 Sheida Soleimani Denny Gallery September marks the start of the busy fall schedule for the art industry. In New
Taking place between September 7th and 10th, the art fair Sydney Contemporary marks a key moment in the Australian art world calendar. Now in its seventh edition at Carriageworks, the
A $4 thrift store purchase turned out to be a rare painting by American artist N.C. Wyeth.
Each fall, as the art fair season resurges and galleries open ambitious new shows, a fresh cohort of burgeoning talent captures the art world’s attention. This season is no different,
At the El Paso Museum of Art, a summer show brings to light the resilience of Indigenous artists in the wake of nuclear power. ANOINTED (film still), 2017. Video, 6
Glasbacherwald, 2022 Oliver Staeuber ArtRewards It’s hard to believe, but the end of summer 2023—a summer that felt like it barely got going—is almost upon us. For the art world,
At the tip of the Marais, right below Place de la République, sits Rue Béranger. The street, which was historically populated by merchants (mainly selling clothes), is now home to
As the art world returns from its late-summer sabbaticals, museums across the world are gearing up for a hearty crop of autumn exhibitions. From mid-century standbys and first-time retrospectives to
21c Museum Hotels lands in a stately Renaissance Revival-style building in St. Louis with 14,000 square feet of exhibition space in tow. Known for its mission to bring contemporary art
The Woman's March, 1798 Nan Goldin Baldwin Contemporary Geometry Pattern 1, 2014 Faig Ahmed Montoro12 Contemporary Art From gallery shows to the homes of art collectors, painting is always popular
For Enrico Polato, following artistic trends is not part of his approach as a gallerist. Rather, trends matter only in the sense that he seeks to deviate from or subvert
At her pop-up show “A Growing Season,” Jessica Silverman is on hand to point out different works by more than 30 artists that her gallery works with. The show, which
Collecting art can be a tricky endeavor for those starting out. For the next generation, the art world landscape they inhabit is changing at a rapid pace as they embark
Breathe # 202205 (Abstract Photography), 2022 Paul Snell IdeelArt March 19th, Bathwater, Breastmilk, 2023 Galina Kurlat treat gallery The relationship between photography and abstraction goes back to the dawn of
Attending an art fair is one way for collectors to immerse themselves in the latest happenings of the art world in a given place and time. Bringing together a range
Handshake / Bad move, 2021 Motohide Takami SEIZAN Gallery Of all the insular, opaque dealings that make the art world go round, the way artists secure gallery representation—how they begin
Monstrous Pirouettes, 2023 Mirjam Vreeswijk Sow & Tailor Electric Sea, 2022 Nevena Prijic M+B It’s summer, and the art world is in the midst of its annual slowdown, with many
Few know the contemporary Asia-Pacific art market as well as Magnus Renfrew. As co-chairman and global director at the Art Assembly, which he co-founded with Sandy Angus and Tim Etchells,
Fresco, 2023 Craig Cameron-Mackintosh EBONY/CURATED When Leonardo da Vinci was painting the Mona Lisa, he was in the midst of his research on the nature of perception—the way that the
Untitled (#1), 2022 Martín Touzón Kates-Ferri Projects She was a patron of street art. He was a Basquiat fan. After connecting online in 2010, KATES-FERRI PROJECTS gallery founders Natalie Kates
On the 30th anniversary of her passing in 1993, Dusti Bongé, Mississippi’s most acclaimed modern artist, is finally receiving the attention she deserves. Largely self-taught, Bongé responded to the leading
Untitled , 2017 Emerson Uýra C.galeria The 35th São Paulo Bienal, which opens on September 3rd, promises to highlight tensions in Brazilian and global contemporary art. Its title, “Choreography of
Gagosian. Deal, 2016 Egle Karpaviciute The Rooster Gallery Art galleries remain a crucial cog in the global art market’s machinery. Yet given the uncertainty of these times and the inherent
Teething, 2020 Elsa Rouy Unit London As a generation, Gen Z seems entirely exhausted by the state of the world. In the wake of Trump, Brexit, COVID-19, the ever-worsening climate
Traditional and contemporary touches mingle in the architecture of Le Sirenuse, the beloved hotel that Antonio Sersale runs with his wife Carla and two sons in Positano, Italy, on the
In this monthly roundup, we shine the spotlight on five stellar exhibitions taking place at small and mid-size galleries in five cities worldwide. “Entanglement”MASA Galeria, Mexico CityJuly 3–Sept. 3 MASA’s
Ultimatum, 2022 Bre Andy Cierra Britton Gallery You could blame that $500 Loro Piana baseball cap. The logo-free, Italian cashmere hat worn by Kendall Roy in Succession epitomized the era