Lee Ufan’s installation in the Serpentine Gallery park

Lee Ufan’s work, in theory and practice, demonstrates mastery at crossing boundaries and initiating poetic dialogues between cultures, nature, material and space. A founding member of Mono-ha (“Object School”) Lee Ufan’s work meditates… Continue reading


LUMA Foundation presents Lily Gavin

  This year for Les Rencontres d’Arles, the LUMA Foundation will present the work of Bard College graduate Lily Gavin at the Grande Halle. The exhibition will feature images produced when Gavin was invited… Continue reading

Charles I: King and Collector at the Royal Academy of Arts, London

  Charles I: King and Collector is one of the best exhibitions on display in London now. It remains on view at the Royal Academy of Arts until 15th April 2018. The exhibition… Continue reading

Yinka Shonibare’s new sculpture in NY

  Wind Sculpture (SG) I is Yinka Shonibare’s new public sculpture. It was recently unveiled and it is on view until 14 October in NY on the Doris C Freedman Plaza. It follows… Continue reading

Centre Pompidou-Metz celebrates couples

On 28 April, the Centre Pompidou-Metz will open an exhibition that will explore the intimate relationships between artists including Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, Man Ray and Lee Miller, Charles and Ray Eames,… Continue reading

Michael Clark for Gucci

  GQ and Gucci present another video for The Performers series. In Act VI, David Bowie superfan Scottish dancer and choreographer Michael Clark goes to Tokyo to evoke his intimate childhood memories, incredible… Continue reading

Barnaba Fornasetti

Fornasetti is more than a legendary brand, it’s an invitation to dream. On the occasion of Citazioni pratiche a stunning exhibition presented at Palazzo Altemps, Rome, until 6 May 2018, Art is Alive caught up… Continue reading

Couture Viktor & Rolf Spring 2018

Andrzej Wróblewski

  Polish artist Andrzej Wróblewski (1927–1957) is the subject of a solo-exhibition at David Zwirner Gallery in London. It is running until 14 April 2018. Wróblewski’s fauve approach to figuration—sometimes merging human traits… Continue reading