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.
Category: Conceptual Art
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.
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.
Collecting the ephemera of artworks that were not made to physically exist involves a different mode of collecting, one that comes close to archiving.
This past weekend marked the closing of a vast survey exhibition on the work of Henri Chopin (1922, Paris – 2008, Norfolk) humorously titled The (Almost) Complete Books, Zines and Multiples (1957 - 2007) The Gallery, De Montford University, Leicester.
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.
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.
A mini-retrospective of Paolini's work forms one of the best online viewing rooms of the year.
Artvisor's Piero Tomassoni and Nico Epstein share some of their favourite artworks and booths at this year's online edition of Art Basel.
Tumultuous global relations, the consolidation of the technological revolution and an ever-louder call for populist ideologies have guaranteed 2019 to significantly develop from the status quo of 2018. Whilst artists and institutions are being urged to reflect on and contribute to the current socio-political zeitgeist, the question remains: how is the contemporary art world responding?...