Our artist spotlight this week is on Italian artist Marinella Senatore. Born in Cava de’ Tirreni, Senatore works across performance, video, photography, installation, sculpture, drawing, and collage.
Built to become a new cultural landmark in Shanghai, the Museum of Art Pudong (MAP) is presenting a major exhibition of works by the Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang.
Artists Issay Rodriguez and Czar Kristoff were announced as the first two winners of the 2020 Portfolio Art Prize in the Philippines
Giuseppe Stampone is one of the artists participating in the Korean Pavilion’s “Future School” at the 17th edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale. Together with Maria Crispal, Stampone developed a series of workshops to introduce his ‘abecedaria’ or alphabetic grids.
The Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea recently opened a major exhibition on the life and work of Achille Bonito Oliva, one of the most influential curators and historians of contemporary art. "A.B.O. THEATRON. Art or Life" connects three aspects of Bonito Oliva’s practice and includes works of artists whom he has worked with from the 1960s onwards.
We take a look at Ana Cardoso's recent works and the exhibition Painting: observation field at the Cristina Guerra Contemporary in Lisbon.
Nico Epstein was a recent guest on Al Jazeera English where he was interviewed about the recent European Union Intellectual Property Office’s (EUIPO) recent trademark related rulings against the artist Banksy.
We are delighted to present the works of Italian artist Marco Tirelli (b. 1956) in an intimate exhibition featuring four paintings made over the past decade.
We are pleased to present New dawn, an exhibition of five large frescos by Brazilian artist Thiago Rocha Pitta (b. 1980), the artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK.
“Ger ⸫ mania , An Encounter with Vettor Pisani” is happening today, June 16, at the Goethe-Institut in Rome. A collaboration with Zerynthia, the project is dedicated to the late Italian artist Vettor Pisani (1934 – 2011), a primary exponent of artistic research in Italy from the 1970s onwards and one of the most visionary authors of the art scene in his generation. The title takes its cue from “Ger ⸫ mania,” a term that Pisani coined. Such playful use of language and text characterised his artistic practice, where he delved into different forms as a painter, architect, and playwright....