Venice Biennale 2024 Opens

The Biennale charts intricate narratives, delving deep into marginalized identities and the layers of art institutions, confronting the myriad challenges in the world, evoking both pleasure and unease. Explore the most compelling and rich survey of contemporary art with our curatorial analysis and highlights from the national pavilions. The main exhibition features 331 artists, with […]

Faith Ringgold Dies at 93

Faith Ringgold | The American People

Celebrated for her pictorial quilts depicting the African American experience, Faith Ringgold passed away at the age of 93 at her home in New Jersey. Ringgold explored themes of race, gender, class, family, and community through painting, sculpture, textiles, and performance art. Over the span of more than fifty years, Ringgold’s artistic career was characterized […]

Joan Jonas’s Retrospective at MoMA

Joan Jonas | Ice Drawing

Joan Jonas’s career retrospective at MoMA, Good Night Good Morning blends childlike wonder with awareness of the world’s fragility. The exhibition’s design enhances coherence, departing from the museum’s typical sterile aesthetic. Curated by Hiroko Ishikawa, Good Night Good Morning presents a comprehensive view of Joan Jonas’s artistic evolution. It highlights her use of various materials […]

Lehmann Maupin Unveils Milan Pop-Up

Lehmann Maupin in Milan

Lehmann Maupin is launching a new pop-up space in Milan this month, strategically timed to coincide with spring art fairs and the Venice Biennale. The pop-up will be hosted at Circolo, a non-profit art platform located in the city’s fashionable Via della Spiga. The gallery’s pop-up show at Circolo, founded by Nicole Saikalis Bay, will […]

Yinka Shonibare at Serpentine: Threads of Power

Yinka Shonibare | Serpentine

Suspended States, Yinka Shonibare’s latest exhibition at Serpentine South, delves into the impact of power systems on refuge sites, debates surrounding public statues, the ecological consequences of colonialism, and the lasting effects of imperialism on conflict and peace efforts. Yinka Shonibare uses the Dutch wax print, a defining element in his first solo exhibition in […]

Malta Biennale 2024: A Cultural Crossroads in Contemporary Art

Post Disaster | Malta Biennale 2024

Unlike many biennials with overarching curatorial themes, the newly launched Malta Biennale prioritizes the visions of individual artists rather than making grand statements about art. This approach reflects a belief in artists and their autonomy. Malta emerges as an ideal host for a global event like a biennial due to its rich cultural, linguistic, and […]

End of an Era: Marlborough Gallery Set to Close

Marlborough Gallery Closing

One of the pioneers of the mega gallery phenomenon, Marlborough, boasting a history spanning 78 years and locations in London, New York, Barcelona, and Madrid, is set to close its doors in June. Established in London in 1946, Marlborough gained recognition for its astute deals and groundbreaking exhibitions during its early years. Frank Lloyd and […]

CJ Hendry’s Inflatable Pool Party in the Nevada Desert

CJ Hendry Public Pool

CJ Hendry is transforming a Nevada ranch into an extravagant Vegas-style pool party. With a 50-meter-long pool adorned with whimsical floats, the artist is drawing attention to the vivacity of Las Vegas and the duality of the desert. Public Pool, the vibrant pool party installation against the desert backdrop, is on view through April 7, […]

Art Basel Hong Kong 2024: Younger Collectors and a Growing Interest in Asian Artists

Art Basel Hong Kong 2024

Art Basel Hong Kong attracted 242 exhibitors from 40 countries, 65 more than 2023, despite China’s economic slowdown and concerns over Hong Kong’s legal oversight. High enthusiasm among exhibitors and attendees, however, did not translate into higher sales compared to previous years. Curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor, Encounters, one of the sections of the fair, presents […]

The Gwangju Biennale 2024: Exploring Space Through Sound – Artists Announced

Meiro Koizumi | Theater of Life

Asia’s most high-profile contemporary art biennial, The Gwangju Biennale has announced its ambitious concept and strong roster of artists for its 15th edition. Taking place in the South Korean city, the event will open on September 7, 2024.  Conceptualized by the French curator Nicolas Bourriaud, this edition will bring together 73 artists from 30 countries under […]

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