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Ugo La Pietra. Nature/Architecture at Artvisor, London

Ugo La Pietra. Nature/Architecture at Artvisor, London

Artvisor is delighted to announce Nature/Architecture. Follies, Shelters, Places of Decompression, a new solo exhibition of Ugo La Pietra curated by Piero Tomassoni, opening in London on 20 February 2024. The exhibition focuses on the artist’s long-standing research into how the natural and built environments interact and coexist. Starting from the assumption that “Nature always...

13th February 202415th February 2024
Piero Tomassoni Awarded for Arts and Culture at the Italian Embassy

Piero Tomassoni Awarded for Arts and Culture at the Italian Embassy

From the left: Alessandro Belluzzo, Chair of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK; Matteo Augello, prize recipient; Lucia Savi, Head of Curatorial at the Design Museum, jury member; Piero Tomassoni, prize recipient; Brunello Rosa, Chair of Talented Italians in the UK On 7 December 2023 Artvisor founder Piero Tomassoni was recognised...

8th December 202314th December 2023
60 Curzon Garage

‘(Untitled) Radical Objecthood’ exhibition at 60 Curzon, London during Frieze Week

Artvisor is pleased to announce Untitled (Radical Objecthood), an exhibition that explores the idea and meaning of sculpture today through a group of artists across generations and geographies, interlacing nonlinear narratives and reaffirming the centrality of the physical object in contemporary practice. Curated by Piero Tomassoni, the exhibition takes place in the garage of the...

4th October 20238th October 2023
Carlos Garaicoa,  ‘Resistencia’ at Artvisor, London

Carlos Garaicoa, ‘Resistencia’ at Artvisor, London

Artvisor is thrilled to announce Carlos Garaicoa‘s latest solo show, Resistencia, opening during Frieze week on 10 October at Artvisor in London. The exhibition unveils the enigmatic photographic works of acclaimed artist Carlos Garaicoa (b. 1967, Cuba). Taking his Cuban heritage as a point of departure, Garaicoa connects aesthetics to meaning within urban spaces and...

3rd October 20238th October 2023
Anselm Kiefer at White Cube Bermondsey

Anselm Kiefer at White Cube Bermondsey

German artist Anselm Kiefer has created a new series of works that conclude the final part of a grand trilogy of immersive and ambitious exhibitions for his latest exhibit at White Cube Bermondsey in London. In this exhibition, Kiefer reimagines the famously experimental last novel by James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, as an immersive symphony of...

9th August 202313th November 2023
Vincenzo Agnetti at the Cardi Gallery

Vincenzo Agnetti at the Cardi Gallery

Simultaneously taking place from June to September across Cardi’s London and Milan galleries, Tempo e Memoria (Time and Memory) is an extensive exhibition dedicated to the Italian conceptual artist, poet, and essayist Vincenzo Agnetti (1926-1981). The show is a continuous spectacle across the two spaces, featuring a comprehensive collection of the artist’s works from 1969...

1st July 202320th February 2024
Seven Exhibitions to See in New York Right Now

Seven Exhibitions to See in New York Right Now

  Our team went around New York in May and picked out some highlights from a great exhibition season Chosen Memories. The Patricia Cisneros Collection at MoMA Installation view of Chosen Memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Jonathan Dorado...

17th May 202329th August 2023
Stezaker/Tremlett at Artvisor, London

Stezaker/Tremlett at Artvisor, London

“Walls, sculptures and drawings can talk and tell stories, they can echo.” – David Tremlett “There is something very odd, even unnerving about cutting through a photograph. It sometimes feels like I am cutting through flesh.” – John Stezaker We are pleased to announce a two-person exhibition of leading British artists John Stezaker and David Tremlett curated by...

30th April 202329th August 2023
Vanessa Jackson. Spin off. Exhibition at Artvisor, London

Vanessa Jackson. Spin off. Exhibition at Artvisor, London

Geometry, the site of form and function, may resist its innate rules to offer a sense of liberation, allowing elaboration, ornamentation and re-engagement with the curve, without gesture’s touch. The breadth of geometry, crossing all boundaries and civilisations, can embrace illusion with decorative connotations but may equally demand severity. I have no need for invention....

4th October 202218th August 2023