Katharina Grosse at the South London Gallery

  Only a few days left to visit Katharina Grosse’s site-specific work presented at the South London Gallery in London. The installation will close on 2nd December. The artist has been featured in… Continue reading

The Phaidon Classic Series

  Rembrandt certainly remains the most famous of seventeenth-century Dutch painters. Dutch fellow painter Vincent van Gogh wrote of Rembrandt: “Rembrandt goes so deep into the mysterious that he says things for which… Continue reading

Nicolas Party’s theatrical installation at Modern Art Oxford

  Swiss artist Nicolas Party presents a new installation in the Piper Gallery of Modern Art Oxford, transforming the exhibition space into a stage composed of large female sculptures, a nod to the… Continue reading

John Akomfrah at the Barbican

  Running until 7 January 2018, British artist and writer John Akomfrah’s emotional site-specific installation for the Curve at the Barbican (London) features photographs, an immersive six-channel video, sound and music installation, raising… Continue reading

The LOEWE FOUNDATION presents Chance Encounters III

  Jonathan Anderson, artistic director of Spanish brand Loewe, curates the third edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Chance Encounters series, staged at the Miami Design District Store. The exhibition will open on 4th… Continue reading

Men in Motion by Ivan Putrov at the London Coliseum

  Men in Motion, the innovative project of Ukrainian-born former Royal Ballet Principal, Ivan Putrov, returned on 22 and 23 November for two exclusive nights at the ENO Coliseum in London. Grace Jones and Nick… Continue reading

Raphael Gygax

On the occasion of  Extra Bodies – The Use of the “Other Body” in Contemporary Art, an exhibition which opened on 18 November at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zurich, Art is Alive meets its Curator… Continue reading

Jeremy Deller x House of Voltaire

Ringo Starr has described his impatience for Britain to “get on with” Brexit, declaring that “to be in control of your country is a good move”, the Guardian recently reported.

Katrine Giæver at Galerie Riis Oslo

  Katrine Giæver’s interest lies in the nature and inherent properties of applying colours on various surfaces as well as experimenting with folding the supporting material. Galerie Riis Oslo presents an exhibition of… Continue reading

Picasso 1932. Année Erotique at Musée Picasso-Paris

  “The work that one does is a way of keeping his journal,” – Pablo Picasso. The Picasso Museum in Paris located in the exquisite Hôtel Salé – built between 1656 and 1660… Continue reading