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.
Artvisor is delighted to announce its latest exhibition, Julian Beck. Works on Paper 1941-1954, opening 3 March 2022.
Last week Artvisor attended Frieze Los Angeles where we teamed up with Custorian to create a film sharing our highlights from the fair this year.
Arcangelo Sassolino will represent Malta at the 2022 Venice Biennale, which will take place from 23 April to 27 November.
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.
Collecting the ephemera of artworks that were not made to physically exist involves a different mode of collecting, one that comes close to archiving.
The Cuban Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale feature Giuseppe Stampone alongside Kcho and Rafael Villares.
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.
In a surprising move, the Réunion des Musées Nationaux - Grand Palais has just announced that the MCH Group (Art Basel) will replace RX France (Fiac) as the organiser of the international art fair traditionally taking place in Paris' Grand Palais every October