The British Museum examines the American Dream through Pop Art

In light of the recent disastrous elections, the British Museum turns to Pop Art to examine the American Dream. From Andy Warhol, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg to Ed Ruscha, Kara Walker… Continue reading

Gucci’s first electro festival staged in Milan

Sonar needs to worry! Tomorrow evening and ahead of Salone, Gucci will present its first electronic music festival called # C2CMLN  staged in its Milan offices in what they call the “Gucci Hub”. The… Continue reading

Want: Dior DARKLIGHT VANITÉ CANVAS WALLET

This smart wallet in Darklight Vanité canvas celebrates Dior’s collaboration with Toru Kamei and his floral paintings. This wallet has several pockets and compartments for cards and banknotes. Compact and slim, this wallet… Continue reading

Francis Bacon to be honoured with a new blue plaque in London

  ‘I am very influenced by places – by the atmosphere of a room … I just knew from the very moment that I came here that I would be able to work… Continue reading

“Front Room: Adam Pendleton” at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Adam Pendleton is known for his multi-disciplinary practice, which moves fluidly between painting, publishing, photographic collage, video and performance. His work centers on an engagement with language, in both the figurative and literal… Continue reading

Neruda by Pablo Larraín is a masterpiece

This real episode – at least the beginning of the escape of one of the 20th century most prolific poets – inspires Director Pablo Larraín a great visual poem, composed of short, intense and dreamy scenes. In… Continue reading

Jamie Crewe: Female Executioner at Gasworks

  Comprising newly commissioned video, sculpture, print, and text-based works, the exhibition inspired by French writer Rachilde’s Monsieur Venus: A Materialist Novel closed on Sunday. First published in Belgium in 1884, Monsieur Venus describes a… Continue reading

First ever museum for sculptor Camille Claudel opens in Nogent-sur-Seine

  The opening of a museum is always good news. On the 26 March 2017 the Musée Camille Claudel opens to the public in Nogent-sur-Seine, a town where the artist lived between 1876 and… Continue reading

Dinh Q. Lê’s Deep Blue See at Art Basel Hong Kong

  The Deep Blue Sea is a new work by Vietnamese-American artist presented at Art Basel Hong Kong. The art fair closed yesterday evening. The spectacular work shows layers of glossy photographs cascading from… Continue reading

Robert Doisneau: The Vogue Years

Running until 28 May, Espace Richaud in Versailles presents Robert Doisneau: The Vogue Years, an exhibition of rare photographs by the French photographer Robert Doisneau. Between 1949 to 1952, as commissioned by Edmonde Charles-Roux,… Continue reading