After Achieving Auction Records Last Year, the Works of Hermann Nitsch are now on view at the new Albertina Modern until April 25th.
Author: Gwen Bautista (Gwen Bautista)
Nicole Coson: Exoskeleton at Silverlens
We review Nicole Coson's recent solo exhibition at Silverlens in Manila where her large-scale monotype prints draw out a meditative mood.
Claudio Verna and Benedikt Hipp Reflect on the Language of Colour and Form
An ongoing series of exhibitions organised by Monitor in Rome gathers artists from different generations to create a dialogue between their works. ‘Time Regulates the Act: Act II’ reflects on form and colour, features Italian artist Claudio Verna (b. 1937) and German artist Benedikt Hipp (b. 1977).
David Medalla (1938-2020)
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.
Thu Van Tran on Contamination and Colonisation
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.
The 11th Berlin Biennale: Catharsis Through the Cracks
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.
Excitement Builds as Asia Pacific Art Scene Re-opens
Following the cancellation of major art events over the past months, we look into the current standing and future of the contemporary Asian art market.
Online and Looking In: Giulio Paolini’s “Belvedere” at Marian Goodman Gallery
A mini-retrospective of Paolini's work forms one of the best online viewing rooms of the year.
How are Art Spaces Responding to a Changing World?
We explore how museums, galleries and art spaces have been their online presence to respond to the rise of COVID-19 and global protests.