Markus Lüpertz at Almine Rech Paris

German painter Markus Lüpertz is the subject of an exhibition at Almine Rech in Paris, opening later this week and running until 24th November. The exhibition features sculptures and paintings by the Neo-expressionist… Continue reading

Migdalor by Sheila Hicks

  Migdalor a forthcoming solo exhibition by Sheila Hicks will open at Magasin III Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art’s space in Jaffa, Tel Aviv on 11 October. For the artist, Migdalor (the… Continue reading

Paula Rego: From Mind to Hand at Marlborough Gallery

  Paula Rego’s drawings are like her paintings, visceral, tortured, dark and sublime at the same time. Running until 27th October, Marlborough Fine Art in London showcases preparatory sketches by the Portuguese-born artist… Continue reading

Agnes Martin / Navajo Blankets at Pace

  Pace Gallery pairs exceptional Agnes Martin works with blankets by masterful Navajo (Diné) weavers. The first exhibition of its kind, Agnes Martin / Navajo Blankets remains on view at Pace in Palo Alto until… Continue reading


Pipilotti Rist – Pixel Forest in Arles

  Pixel Forest is Pipilotti Rist’s latest installation presented at the LUMA Foundation in the South of France, in Arles. Rist is best known for creating experiential video art and installation art that… Continue reading

Frieze London and Frieze Masters

  Frieze Masters returned to London for its seventh edition this week. More than 130 international galleries took part in what is the most important moment in the London  commercial art calendar. For the… Continue reading

Acne Studios Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-To-Wear

Victoria Beckham Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-To-Wear

David Hockney’s masterpiece at Christie’s

  In its November Evening Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art, Christie’s will sell one of the most significant paintings of the 20th Century: David Hockney’s Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972. The… Continue reading