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The exhibition Giuliana Balice 1974-75, organised by Zuecca Projects in collaboration with Fondazione Tomassoni, was inaugurated in October at the...
Large-scale installations by Shahpour Pouyan (b. 1979) and Salvatore Arancio (b. 1974) are featured in an ongoing major survey exhibition...
On Friday, 30 September 2022, the Italian artist Reverie carried out her performance Sogno 5: Icaro in the courtyard of...
Geometry, the site of form and function, may resist its innate rules to offer a sense of liberation, allowing elaboration,...
A conversation with Jim Hedges and Piero Tomassoni around Artvisor's exhibition featuring some of Warhol's iconic polaroid and silver gelatin prints.
In the 'Who is that?' Podcast, created by podcast production studio Storm and creative anonymous social network Anon, Artvisor's Nico Epstein focused on the anonymity of digital artists to shed light on the pros and cons of anonymity and how e-commerce and digital marketing change the art landscape.
Drag queens - people, usually men, who use dress and makeup to imitate and exaggerate female gender signifiers for entertainment - were of great fascination to Andy Warhol, who explored the figure through varying mediums, including the silkscreen, photography and performance.
In his early 20s, Andy Warhol began wearing a wig. At first, it was to disguise his hair loss. However, as the years went on, the unique silver wig contributed to his avant-garde mystery, and the wig, a means of concealment, became a recognisable feature of the public figure of the artist.
Artvisor are pleased to present Andy Warhol Photographs 1970 - 1986, viewable by appointment at our London location.
Arcangelo Sassolino (b.1967), an Italian artist known for combining sculpture and technology that often tests both man-made and natural forces such as gravity, pressure and speed, is representing Malta at this year’s Venice Biennale.
Representing Italy at the 59th Venice Biennale is Gian Maria Tosatti (Rome, 1980) marking the first time ever that only one artist has been chosen to represent the host country.