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

PARIS: RONIS By Willy Ronis

  Willy Ronis saw Paris like no one else, through the eyes of the people and for the people. Flammarion celebrates the French “Humanist photographer” with a new paperback book which features 100… Continue reading

LaCividina’s latest collection

  LaCividina, the celebrated Italian design brand, debuted two new collections at the latest Milan Design Week. The beautiful series of armchairs, poufs and sofas were designed by German designer Sebastian Herkner and… Continue reading

Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936

  From 9 September to 9 December, 2018, The Meadows Museum SMU Dallas will present an exhibition dedicated to Salvador Dalí’s works. The exhibition follows fascinating research undertaken upon the Meadows’ 2014 acquisition… Continue reading

When in Paris: Stay at the chic and slick Parister Hôtel

  The Parister Hôtel is the epitome of modern luxury and its 5 stars are without any doubt well-deserved. Firstly, the location is perfect; it is situated at 19 rue Saulnier in the… Continue reading

Yun Hyong-keun at MMCA, Seoul

  The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) Seoul dedicates a retrospective exhibition to leading Korean artist Yun Hyong-keun (1928-2007). Throughout his life, Yun endured endless political persecutions by successive Korean… Continue reading

Vans celebrates Van Gogh

Vans and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, have joined forces to present an exclusive collection which launched on Friday last week. The Van Gogh Museum will dedicate a portion of its profits… Continue reading

Elmgreen & Dragset at the Whitechapel Gallery

  “This is How We Bite Our Tongue is an exhibition about emotions held inside, not said out loud. It is about withdrawal and resignation, about absence and impermanence, the feeling of loss,… Continue reading

Frieze Sculpture Park 2018

  As a preview of the eponymous art fair, Frieze Sculpture Park 2018 currently features the works of twenty-five artists including Rana Begum, Kiki Smith, Dan Graham, and Elmgreen & Dragset among many… Continue reading