It’s Frieze Week New York and there’s a lot going on so we (FAD) have chosen five shows you should go and see maybe if you can all on the same day – hire a motorbike.
To celebrate the opening of a new gallery space in Paris, kamel mennour is showing Simultanément travaux in situ et en mouvement, the first joint exhibition of two major French and international artists: Daniel Buren and Philippe Parreno.
Lisson Gallery is has reopened its New York galleries with an exhibition of 17 of its artists, exploring chromatic themes in their work as well as the aesthetics and emotions related to color – towards an attempt at perceptual recalibration.
Curated by Hou Hanru together with the curatorial and research teams of the museum, ‘The STREET. Where the world is made’ will transform the MAXXI into an intense and somewhat chaotic street scene.
This year’s edition of Unlimited will consist of 71 large-scale projects, presented by galleries participating in the fair. Curated for the seventh consecutive year by Gianni Jetzer, the sector will feature a wide range of presentations, from seminal pieces from the past to work created especially for Art Basel.
Major works by Graham Bennett, Chris Booth, Daniel Buren, Bill Culbert, Neil Dawson, Marijke de Goey, Andy Goldsworthy, Ralph Hotere, Anish Kapoor, Sol LeWitt, Len Lye, Russell Moses, Peter Nicholls, Eric Orr, Tony Oursler, George Rickey, Peter Roche, Richard Serra, Kenneth Snelson, Richard Thompson, Leon van den Eijkel and Zhan Wang
This summer, Turner Contemporary is asking Kent-based artists, craftspeople and gallery visitors to help create an extraordinary newly commissioned artwork… Read More
The Art of Not Making:The New Artist/Artisan Relationship is the first book to tackle these questions head on, exploring the concepts of authorship, artistic originality, skill, craftsmanship and the creative act
Image:Ian Davenport Puddle Painting: Anthracite Black, 2009 acrylic paint on stainless steel, mounted on aluminum panel 98 1/2 x 98… Read More
Inspired by the presence of the studio of Francis Bacon, which is on permanent view at the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, THE STUDIO sets out to investigate the role, the idea and function of the artist’s studio as the main space of activity in the making and production of art.