Abi Joy Samuel, a non-binary London-based artist whom I met during an art residency in the Netherlands, invited me to… Read More
Berlin is a city where nothing stands still for long, and, over the last few years, the city has become… Read More
Remsen Wolff, was an American photographer (1940-1998) whose imagery portrayed the sensual and beautiful part of his subjects, the creative element being the focus matter itself; transgenders, drag queens and transvestites.
In the face of the coronavirus crisis, L’AiR Arts in Paris has created a mission to encourage all artists on their network to keep working even in isolation and to feel connected as an art community.
Occasionally it is more enjoyable to turn to the smaller ventures for a more comprehensive look. Such is the case with Musée Zadkine, a small atelier-musée.
Twenty years after the death of Charlotte Perriand, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is commemorating the imaginative creator with an outstanding exhibition.
The Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam is a breeding ground for some of the most sought after emerging artists. Towards the end of November, the Rijksakademie Open Studios and Amsterdam Art Weekend get together to produce a program of art events for Amsterdam. During this weekend the city is transformed into an international hotspot for art lovers and professionals alike.
The Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam is on the ball with this all-embracing exhibition titled ‘What a Genderful World’ investigating the wide world of gender.
Foam in Amsterdam is exhibiting the first retrospective of Brassaï in the Netherlands. Brassaï was a Hungarian-born French photographer and is considered as one of the most significant figures of 20th century photography.
During the fall of 2019 Antony Gormley transforms the Royal Academy’s main galleries into a sequence of experiences that challenge and entices the viewer.
The Outsider Art Museum (OAM) in Amsterdam bestows WOEST (‘Fierce’), an all-inclusive exhibition of works by the Netherlands’ most famous Outsider artist, Willem van Genk