Andrew Nairne

  Kettle’s Yard (Cambridge, UK), is one of the most inspiring and poetic art spaces in the world. A personal favourite of artists and designers Jeremy Deller, Paul Smith and Jonathan Anderson, the… Continue reading

CK and Andy Warhol at Design Miami Basel

    The collaboration between Calvin Klein and the Andy Warhol Foundation was announced last year. In the presence of Raf Simons himself, Calvin Klein premiered its first installation at Design Miami/ Basel on Monday last week, a collection of limited-edition Cassina Feltri armchairs placed around an… Continue reading

Kunstmuseum Basel presents Sam Gilliam

    “The Music of Color: Sam Gilliam, 1967–1973” remains on view at Kunstmuseum Basel until 30 September, 2018. Sam Gilliam (b. 1932, Tupelo, Mississippi), an artist associated with the Washington Color School, is renowned for… Continue reading

Gucci celebrates Björk at the Gucci Garden

The Gucci Garden reflects on the history of Gucci since its creation in 1921 to today with an exhibition dedicated to Björk. From June 2018, the outfits and masks from Björk’s 2017 music video “The Gate” will be… Continue reading

Sarabande Foundation presents Deadstock

  Sarabande Foundation presents Deadstock – an exhibition by artist-in-residence, Tenant of Culture running until 10th June. For her first solo show at Sarabande, Tenant of Culture showcases a combination of existing and… Continue reading

Giacometti in NY, Basel and Paris

  This month, Alberto Giacometti is the subject of exhibitions and openings in NY, Basel and Paris. One of the most significant events of the Paris cultural calendar this season, is the opening… Continue reading

True Colours at the Newport Street Gallery

  True Colours is an exhibition presented at the Newport Street Gallery, also known as Damien Hirst’s space, in London. The show features three emerging artists Helen Beard (b.1971, Birmingham), Sadie Laska (b.1974,… Continue reading

Thomas Cole and Ed Ruscha at the National Gallery, London

  Ruscha’s ten-painting installation installed at the National Gallery in London reminisce of Thomas Cole’s epic five-painting cycle The Course of Empire (1834-6). The painter acknowledges his inspiration and respect for Thomas Cole.… Continue reading

Victor Hugo caricatured

  From 13 September 2018 to 6 January 2019, the House of Victor Hugo, 6 Place des Vosges in Paris, will present a fantastic exhibition around Hugo’s controversial public image. The fame of… Continue reading

Patrice Chéreau: Mettre en scène l’opéra by Actes Sud

In November 2017, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Opéra National de Paris celebrated director, performer and filmmaker Patrice Chéreau’s (1944-2013) oeuvre with a grand exhibition presented at Palais Garnier. It coincided with the… Continue reading