'141 - Un Secolo di disegno in Italia' runs until 24 June 2021 at Palazzo Paltroni in Bologna. Read our exhibition review for highlights.
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After last year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, Art Basel in Hong Kong re-opened last week with a hybrid format that inaugurated on-site and digital participation. With over a hundred galleries from more than twenty countries, the fair surveyed one of the most active and flourishing regions in the art world. As the excitement builds up and re-opening continues, we took a look at some of the most rousing recent and ongoing exhibitions in Asia’s thriving art museums and galleries. Cao Fei at the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art Beijing A comprehensive career retrospective marking the artist’s first institutional show...
A solo exhibition of Hermann Nitsch is currently on view at the SLAG & RX Galleries in New York. Curated by Denise Wendel-Poray, the exhibition draws its title, “Bayreuth Stories”, directly from the artist’s deep connection with the Wagnerian opera. Richard Wagner’s “The Ring of the Nibelung” influenced Nitsch in introducing the Orgien Mysterien Theater (Orgies Mysteries Theater) in an attempt to explore the concept of “Gesamtkunstwerk”, or the total work of art embodied in a mystical and multi-sensory experience. “Bayreuth Stories” begins with Nitsch’s Relic painting from 1987, then moves through time to more recent colourful flower field works...
In light of last week’s Contemporary Auctions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s New York, Artvisor selects their five artists to watch in 2021.
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.
From 12th April to 6th June, 2021, Post-War Italian Art Tales is exhibiting at Mazzoleni, London. Read Artvisor's review of the exhibition.
The trickster artist recalibrates the meaning of IKEA in our latest London exhibition.
The Academy of Fine Arts of Urbino will host an online conversation between the Peruvian artist Jota Castro and Artvisor’s founder Piero Tomassoni on April 29 at 3 pm CEST. The event is part of a visual arts course led by artist Giuseppe Stampone.
From 17th April to 22nd May 2021, Ed Fornieles' 'Association Works' is exhibiting at Carlos Ishikawa, 88 Mile End Road, London.
On occasion of the 2021 Dante Days in Foligno, Marinella Senatore illustrates the copy of the first printed edition of Dante's Divine Comedy.
From 11th March to 4th May, 2021, Max Renkel's 15 Scheiben exhibition is on view at Libreria Antonio Pettini, Rome.