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Nearly a year after the death of David Bowie, Sotheby’s London presents an auction and exhibition with the most important pieces from his art collection. It's a three-part sale event: the evening sale divided into Modern and Contemporary Art and the Post-Modernist...read more
The Zabludowicz Collection in London is curating a terrific selection of cutting edge emerging artist exhibitions that reaffirms its relevance in supporting new artists with a whole program made by commissions, residencies, lectures and special projects. Donna Huanca,...read more
Words from the Berlin Biennal 2016 Manifesto. You exist online, but your ass still hurts and grinds. Your dataset is like the feelings you don't always act on. Whenever you feel closest to "you" , you're actually in drag. You practice mindfullness, but you are in...read more
by Fiammetta De Michele. Dreamshow or Doomshow? Christian Holstad & Max Hooper Schneider together for the first time in an imaginary digital dreamshow. Lately i’ve been shocked by the news that a Japanese fisherman reeled a monster fish, mutated by the...read more
Ry Rocklen, a studio visit and interview by Fiammetta De Michele. In the 2012 Made in LA exhibition, there was an artwork by Ry Rocklen called Breath Deep. It consisted of a tree whose branches were made from glistering VHS tape. The black threads of tape shimmered...read more
Pedro Friedeberg, The Last Surrealist. People often like to romanticize the past. There is always the feeling that the past is a better place, a more magical time like the Garden of Eden. The past was more poetic and less about the money or the elites! Midnight in...read more
In the back Katharina Grosse, Untitled Trumpet, 2015. Site specific installation part of All The World’s Futures, curator Okwui Enwezor’s group exhibition at the center of this year’s Venice Biennale. In the front Nick Cave, “Soundsuit 2009” Human hair, metal...read more
Gary Baseman’s world is populated by incredible creatures.His characters are tiny mystical beings from a parallel word. There are bunnies named after surrealist painters, multi-headed deers, big furry cats, smiley worms, mutants, ghosts, and pretty girls. They run...read more
Tony Lewis, language, concept, drawings. Pop in the artist’s studio. by Rossella Farinotti During my stay in Chicago, I have been paying visits to quite a good number of artists’ studios, either for job reasons, since I had been asked by art magazines to interview...read more
28 Chinese is an exhibition dedicated to artworks selected in China by the Rubell Family during 11 years of studio visits.The show is part of a sun-kissed Art Basel edition that seems to pay homage to Chinese art. For example, even the brand new museum of contemporary...read more