Artists 13-01-2017

One artist one studio: Shay Zilberman

Artist Shay Zilberman has been collecting books for many years; his works, mostly collages, are made from bits and pieces cut up from his vast


Artists 13-01-2017

One artist one studio — Part 1

Artist studios are both workplaces and places of study, spaces where an artist’s momentary passions are made visible, where abandoned works and works in progress are heaped together, regardless of whether they will eventually be realized or left behind for good.


PeopleGalleries 12-12-2016

Georgia Russell | The beauty of repetition

Parisian Gallery Karsten Greve are presenting an intriguing exhibition to cap off the year. We’re talking about Georgia Russell, a young Scottish artist living in France whose main working tool is a scalpel. Far from surgical sterility, the artist uses this unusual artistic instrument to


InstitutionsGalleries 11-12-2016

Photography and young artists | The week’s top 5 shows in Milan

Between the inauguration of Fondazione Prada’s Osservatorio in Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the opening of Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, a new space dedicated to promoting culture through seminars, workshops, conventions, exhibitions and talks, Northern Italy’s first city


FairsPeople 09-12-2016

Galeristes: Paris' new fair brings dealers back into the limelight

Twenty-six French galleries, mostly Parisian and half located in the neighboring Marais, have taken over the Carreau du Temple between December 8 and 11 for Galeristes, the fair conceived by Stéphane Corréard, formerly director of the Salon de


ArtistsGalleries 07-12-2016

Enrique Ramirez | Mapping the past through poetry

“La Gravedad” (Gravity, 2016) is the second solo exhibition by artist Enrique Ramirez at Michel Rein gallery, on view until January 11,


InstitutionsGalleries 05-12-2016

Five exhibitions to catch before the new year in London

The general consensus is that 2016 has been a bit of a crap year for everyone, and most people will be glad to see the back of it. The London art scene collectively gasped in horror as the British people decided to vote themselves out of Europe, whilst some are holding out hope in the belief that


FairsArtists 02-12-2016

A post-Trump detox for Art Basel Miami Beach?

Art and politics are so clearly intertwined, it hardly needs saying. But for the record, last time America was blindsided by the election of a non-career political conservative (Ronald Reagan), the art world freaked out, sure, but the argument could be made that it inaugurated a decade of fruitful


FairsPeople 01-12-2016

Miami 2016 | A quick run down of the state of affairs

Nearly 73,000 visitors and professionals flock to Miami this week to discover work by 4,000 artists from 29 countries, spread across the 21 faires that run from November 29 through December


GalleriesInstitutions 30-11-2016

Fiona Banner | Our contemporary Heart of Darkness

In 1997, her book "The Nam" hit the art world, a thousand-page, frame-by-frame transcription of cult Vietnam films and an almost endless and “unreadable” stream of consciousness. In 2005, bizarre, full stop-shaped statues sprouted on the riverfront by Tower Bridge in London. In 2013, she


PeopleArtists 28-11-2016

Is Paris becoming fertile ground for private foundations?

Following François Pinault’s return to the French capital, after an unceremonious departure from the country following the failure of the Ile Seguin project — which was then realized at Palazzo Grassi in Venice, private foundations in the French capital are beginning to blossom. Thanks to


ArtistsGalleries 28-11-2016

Five shows to see in Miami this week that aren't Art Basel

The beach is back. As the world’s powerhouse galleries are about to take over Miami Beach Convention Center’s for the 15th edition of Art Basel Miami, running December 1 through 4 — and no less than other 23 parallel art and design fairs have sprouted across the city — we take a look at the


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