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.
Of the 213 artists, more than 90 percent were women or gender non-conforming and for the first time in the history of the biennale the two top honours given to artists went to black women.
Piero Tomassoni spoke to the Swiss magazine Prestige about the state of contemporary art in Italy today.
Sessions Arts Club is a restaurant that occupies the old judges’ dining room on the fourth floor of the Old Sessions House in Clerkenwell...
In celebration of International Women’s History Month, Artvisor is taking the opportunity to showcase some women artists whose work we admire and who are achieving international success in 2022.
Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, on view at the Hayward Gallery until 15 May, is the first retrospective of the late artist that focuses on her work involving textiles and fabric.
In 1974, Nam June Paik, a pioneer in video and digital art, coined the term ‘electronic superhighway’ to describe the endless stream of information that technology could make easily accessible. He had, in essence, predicted the Internet two decades before its genesis and the limitless possibilities it offered society and art.
An exhibition at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow titled Spirit Labor: Duration, Difficulty, and Affect shows the work of thirty artists of varying generations from Southeast and Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Eastern and Western Europe.