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.
The Museo Novecento in Florence and Hauser&Wirth have just released a new publication on pioneering conceptual and performance artist Allan Kaprow
Cyrus Mahboubian is part of the ongoing exhibition, The Cheating Hand of Randomness, opening today at the Gypsum Gallery in Cairo.
A solo exhibition of works by the Italian artist Marco Tirelli opened today at the Axel Vervoordt Gallery in Belgium.
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.
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.
'141 - Un Secolo di disegno in Italia' runs until 24 June 2021 at Palazzo Paltroni in Bologna. Read our exhibition review for highlights.
This year, over 25 museums and cultural institutions in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (as well as private and public institutions all over Europe and the world) are participating in a series of year-long activities to celebrate the birth centenary of Joseph Beuys.
Casa Morra and the Goethe-Institut Neapelza are set to pay tribute to the German artist Joseph Beuys as this year marks the centenary of his birth with the exhibition “Beuys e Napoli”, curated by Giuseppe Morra. It will be preceded by an in-person and online discussion to revisit Beuys’ life and legacy. Selected contributors to this lecture are Achille Bonito Oliva, Michele Bonuomo, Mario Franco, Petra Richter, and Italo Tomassoni.