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DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics at the Hayward Gallery

  DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics opens at the Hayward Gallery in London on 22nd August. The exhibition explores the work of more than thirty artists who have used drag to question themes… Continue reading

Klimt at Atelier des Lumières in Paris

  To inaugurate the Atelier des Lumières, a new digital art centre in Paris set up in an old 19th century foundry, Klimt’s poetic paintings take over the walls. This immersive experience showcases… Continue reading

Simon Lee presents Towards Infinity

  The years between 1965 and 1980 marked a period of major social and political upheaval, including significant civil unrest and global conflict – not least the intensification and ultimate conclusion of the… Continue reading

When in Lisbon: stay at Palácio Belmonte, an oasis of art, heritage and extreme elegance

  Palácio Belmonte is not a hotel, it’s a cultural landmark, a refined experience and a luxury destination. It is one of the most prestigious spaces in Lisbon and probably one of the… Continue reading

TASCHEN presents Françoise Gilot

  TASCHEN presents a fantastic book on Françoise Gilot’s travel sketchbooks, made between 1974 and 1981. It features essay and introduction by Hans Werner Holzwarth, and  a conversation between Gilot and Thérèse Crémieux on the… Continue reading

The Brazilian Pavilion in the London Design Biennale

  For the Brazilian Pavilion in the London Design Biennale 2018, London-based Brazilian artist and designer David Elia has created an installation titled ‘Desmatamento’ (Deforestation). The multi-sensory piece captures the vulnerability of Brazil’s… Continue reading

R.I.P Creative Genius Aretha Franklin

Agnes Martin at The Gallery, Winchester’s Discovery Centre, UK

In the 1989 essay Beauty is the Mystery of Life Agnes Martin wrote, “Composition is an absolute mystery. It is dictated by the mind. The artist searches for certain sounds or lines that… Continue reading

Yto Barrada: Klaatu Barrada Nikto is on View at the Aspen Art Museum, Colorado

    Barrada’s work combines the strategies of the documentary film with the metaphorical approach to imagery in her photographic, installation and sculptural work. Yto Barrada: Klaatu Barrada Nikto remains on View at the Aspen… Continue reading

Josef Helfenstein

  For nearly thirty years, Josef Helfenstein has led some of the most prestigious institutions in the world, curated exhibitions, taught art history, overseen acquisitions of works by major artists and supervised expansions… Continue reading