At the age of 76 and still, as vital and provocative as ever, Marina Abramovic has taken over the hallowed galleries of the Royal Academy of Arts on Piccadilly
Forgeries, the female body, and wealthy English families: V&A Jameel Fellow, Dima Srouji unearths the history of Palestinian glassware in the museum’s collection
Paul McCarthy’s show at Max Hetzler Gallery goes from zero to one hundred (thousand). The exhibition is not for the faint of heart, but unlike irate audiences in Paris who shuddered at the site of an evocatively tapered Christmas tree, the Berlin public might be challenged for different reasons.
Various Others is an initiative based on collaboration. Its format is simple: museums, galleries, artist-run-spaces, collectors, curators (etc. etc.) based in Munich (Germany) invite museums, galleries, artist-run-spaces, collectors, curators (etc. etc.)
Independent 20th Century celebrated the fair’s second edition this past Armory Week in New York. This spin-off, invite only event… Read More
Sparklehorse is perhaps best known for the intimacy of his music. Walking along a narrow road between independent rock and experimental electronic production, Mark Linkous’ flagship project has been beloved by fans for its delicate compositions, emotional intensity, and the heartfelt connection it provided to the man himself.
For centuries the critic has been at the forefront of cultural movements, denoting art, music, food and film as “good”… Read More
Fiery landscapes, war, cushions, prehistory and architecture gone wild.
Impressionism, milk, saris, clay and falling apart.
Stunning screens, political activism, an entire bus, giant birds’ eyes and woven portraits.
White eyes, gloopy bats, colourful portraits, androgyny and chewable sculpture.
Impressionism, gold, family, space and museums galore.
Immersion, sculpture, group shows and a ton of art.
LEGO, sins, saints, London and a giant rock.