26 October 2022 • Irene Machetti
OGR Torino will be the first Italian institution to dedicate an exhibition to the US-born and based artist and cinematographer Arthur Jafa.
18 May 2022 • Gaston La-Gaffe
Today, most brands around the globe are focusing their marketing efforts on popular social media platforms rather than other channels,… Read More
5 December 2017 • Mark Westall
We Love this interactive art installation called Ilumina that debuted at Burning Man this year. A 37-foot tall creation that illuminated the Nevada desert.
Carla Busuttil Explores Fear and Classism in South Africa in a Prescient Show at Josh Lilley in London
22 November 2016 • Staff
Carla Busuttil’s third solo show at Josh Lilley in London entitled The Super-Suburb Defence Authority touches on all of the ills that have infected South Africa since its colonial era.
10 March 2013 • Mark Westall
It’s time to change things up from the same old fair model
art news Jonas Mekas A Few Things I want to Share with you, my Paris Friends Review by Maxim Northover
22 June 2009 • Staff
Close to Maison de la Poesie on rue Quincampoix, a still modest street of galleries in Paris, is the agnès b Gallery du Jour. Often overlooked for her sincere contribution as a curator agnès b. (fashion designer for the modern, European homme et femme) demonstrates a classically Parisian flexibility when it comes to multi-métier activities. Suitably so, Jonas Mekas exhibits works of poetry, video, sound recordings, stills, installation and artifacts all seamlessly conversing with one another. Mekas still lives the avant-garde, and is still largely impoverished due to his un-wavering commitment. His notes on the gallery walls are a poet’s monologue.