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David Annesley at Waddington Custot

  Annesley’s large, metal sculptures drew upon the artist’s own physical experience flying as a RAF pilot. The monumental vibrant works convey a sense of lightness and movement and expand into the surrounding… Continue reading

When in Paris: stay at the 1930s Cinq Codet

   Louis Codet was a French writer, painter and alumni of the l’Académie Julian. Today the Louis-Codet street, located in the discreetly chic 7th arrondissement of Paris, hosts one of the finest hotels… Continue reading

PIPILOTTI RIST: SIP MY OCEAN

  The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) runs a major exhibition of works by experimental Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist – presented exclusively in Sydney as part of the Sydney International Art Series… Continue reading

AUSTRIA KUNSTFORUM revisits “the universal Man Ray”

  Running from 14 February to 24 June 2018, Man Ray staged at Kunstforum, Vienna, will examine “the universal Man Ray”: the multifaceted visionary artist who pioneered painting, design, photography, film, artifacts, and… Continue reading

Flammarion publishes Picasso-Giacometti

  Flammarion publishes a brilliant exhibition catalogue for Picasso-Giacometti, presented at the Picasso Museum in Paris from 4 October 2016 to 5 February 2017. This show remains one of the most fascinating exhibitions… Continue reading

Koji Hatakeyama & Matthew Harris

Erskine, Hall & Coe presents Koji Hatakeyama & Matthew Harris, an exhibition comprising 45 cast bronze lidded boxes by Hatakeyama alongside works on paper by Harris. The show runs from 7 December 2017… Continue reading

Dior Homme

  Dior seems to pay homage to Prince with this visual. The initial idea of this new line shot by Patrick Demarchelier was to “update the suit with more extreme interpretations” said Kris… Continue reading

Daniel Richter’s new paintings at GRIMM gallery

  ‘Music for Orgies’ is the third solo exhibition of works by Daniel Richter presented at GRIMM gallery, in Amsterdam. Daniel Richter (b.1962, Eutin, Germany) is one of the most important German artists of… Continue reading

Everything we do is music at The Drawing Room

  Shanay Jhaveri, Assistant Curator, South Asia, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, curates Everything we do is music, a brilliant exhibition which explores the influence of music on Indian, Pakistani and American… Continue reading

Rasheed Araeen: A Retrospective at the Van Abbemuseum

  The Van Abbemuseum has opened Rasheed Araeen: A Retrospective, the first comprehensive survey of the Pakistani artist curated by Nick Aikens. The exhibition will run until 23 March 2018. The exhibition is… Continue reading