Doug Aitken: Microcosmos is Victoria Miro’s first exhibition in Venice by the celebrated American artist. Microcosmos features a new series of handmade fabric wall hangings that, engaging with the physical act of making, visually articulate a world that is driven by information and continuously in flux.
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Frieze LA quietly rolled into town last week just after the Grammys and a safe distance from the Oscars (fingers crossed Olivia Coleman). The Uk’s premier Nuclear destroyer of art fairs, containing a bigger arsenal than any other threw the anchor down at Paramount studios.
The likes of Doug Aitken have decamped to the outskirts of Palm Springs to exhibit large-scale works that challenge the history of the western expansion and appear along the route to a certain music festival
through the sale of Constant Dullaart’s encrypted treasure map and Aranda / Lasch’s Treasure Chest this evening, during Phillips’ Contemporary Evening Sale for Treasure of Lima: A Buried Exhibition: the latest art and conservation project conceived by TBA21-ACADEMY, the arts foundation chaired by philanthropist Francesca von Habsburg.