Nicole Coson’s series of large-scale monotype prints draw out a meditative mood as one enters “Exoskeleton”, her recent solo exhibition...
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Marinella Senatore, one of our favourite artists, is celebrated on the cover of Vernissage's this month, part of the Art Newspaper.
Giovanni Ozzola and Rä di Martino both feature as part of 13 Italian Artists to Watch this Year, in il Giornale dell'Arte's (the Italian version of the Art Newspaper) first issue of 2021.
David Medalla, who pioneered kinetic art, has died at the age of 82. Born in Manila, Philippines, he was admitted to Columbia University at 14 and later moved to the United Kingdom in the 60s.
A major exhibition of works by the renowned Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto is currently on view at the Lévy Gorvy gallery in New York. Organised in collaboration with Galleria Continua, the show occupies three floors of the building and will run until the 9th of January.
Cardi Gallery’s solo exhibition of Shozo Shimamoto draws to a close this weekend. It showcases a significant number of works, with particular focus on the late production of the artist.
For its November/December issue, Art Asia Pacific features Thu Van Tran in its cover story. In the article, Tran discusses and contemplates the relationship between contamination and colonisation.
Earlier this week, the renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky donated his archives to Ryerson Image Center in Toronto.
Marinella Senatore opened a new show in Madrid last week, Un Corpo Unico, despite the challenges of ongoing lockdowns across Europe.
The 11th edition of Berlin Biennale managed to take place from September to November at the German capital. The event highlighted works from artists who are mostly from the invisible art regions.
L’Ospite, a novel exhibition which opened last week at the OTTO Gallery in Bologna, features the work of Giuseppe Stampone.