• Art Basel Miami Beach 2018

    Art Basel Miami Beach 2018

    • 11/12/2018
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    Bernier Eliades Gallery – © Art Basel

    Art Basel’s 17th edition in Miami Beach concluded on Sunday, December 9, 2018, with strong and consistent sales across all levels of the market.
    With the renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) completed for this year’s fair, exhibitors and visitors alike praised the refined and more spacious [...]

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  • All the Magritte worlds

    All the Magritte worlds

    • 31/08/2018
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    René Magritte, The Dominion of Light, 1950; oil on canvas; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, gift of D. and J. de Menil; © Charly Herscovici, Brussels / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

    René Magritte: The Fifth Season
    —presented exclusively at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) from May 19 through October [...]

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  • La miserabile

    La miserabile

    • 30/07/2018
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    Photo by Gianluca Di Ioia

    Diego Marcon – promising artist born in 1985 – inaugurated his work entitled “La miserabile” at the Milan Triennale, open to the public until August 26, 2018.
    Living is wretched and spares no one. This may be why, for his first solo exhibition in an institution, the artist has decided to [...]

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  • My nation: the imagination

    My nation: the imagination

    • 10/07/2018
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    Works by Jan Fabre © Angelos bvba / Jan Fabre / © Adagp Paris 2018

    Until November 11th 2018, the Maeght Foundation will welcome Belgian artist Jan Fabre. The exhibition will be devoted to his sculptures, mostly in marble, and drawings that deal with the mind, the body, our dreams and especially our imagination in conversation [...]

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  • Tony Cragg’s Sardinian summer

    Tony Cragg’s Sardinian summer

    • 09/07/2018
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    Until 30th Semptember 2018, Nivola Museum is pleased to announce Tony Cragg‘s first exhibition in Sardinia. The exhibition Endless Form in the Museo Nivola gathers significant large-scale works by the renowned sculptor.
    In a space flooded with light, Tony Cragg’s monumental sculptures are in dialogue with each other, the architectural context, and the landscape that [...]

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  • GaiaMotherTree


    • 04/07/2018
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    Ernesto Neto, GaiaMotherTree, 2018
    Zurich Main Station
    Fondation Beyeler
    Photo: Mark Niedermann

    From 30th June to 29th July 2018, the Fondation Beyeler is showing an installation by the Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (b. 1964 in Rio de Janeiro) in Zurich Main station. The monumental work GaiaMotherTree, a sculpture made of brightly colored hand-knotted cotton strips, resembles [...]

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  • Rita Ackermann: Movements as Monuments

    Rita Ackermann: Movements as Monuments

    • 28/06/2018
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    © Rita Ackermann
    Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
    Photo: Lorenzo Palmeri

    Until September 9, 2018 La Triennale di Milano presents the exhibition of the artist Rita Ackermann, who melds abstraction and figuration, creating works that seamlessly oscillate between presence and disappearance. For La Triennale di Milano, Ackermann exhibits a selection of highly compelling works [...]

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  • Art: what a revelation!

    Art: what a revelation!

    • 25/06/2018
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    Until Sunday 19th August at the Gallerie d’Italia in Milan, the exhibition Arte come rivelazione. Dalla collezione Luigi e Peppino Agrati is open to the public free of charge. For the first time in Italy the exhibition presents a selection of works by leading characters in Italian and international artistic research during the second half [...]

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  • One Planet One Future

    One Planet One Future

    • 20/06/2018
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    Together with the City of Naples Anne de Carbuccia and the Time Shrine Foundation are presenting One • One Planet One Future Naples. The artist Anne de Carbuccia has traveled to the places on our planet that are the most beautiful, remote and at risk in [...]

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  • W. Eugene Smith:  Pittsburgh, portrait of an industrial city

    W. Eugene Smith: Pittsburgh, portrait of an industrial city

    • 19/06/2018
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    Children playing

    For the first time in Italy the MAST Foundation is presenting an exhibition entirely dedicated
    to the work of the American photographer W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978), created starting in 1955 with work on Pittsburgh, (Pennsylvania, USA), the most famous industrial city of the early twentieth century.
    The exhibition at MAST, curated by Urs [...]

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