‘An international subconscious awareness of capitalism’ is the first solo-show of Argentinian artist Liv Schulman at the Venetian gallery A plus A .
Dateangle Art presents their new show Dark Air, a solo exhibition by Gray Wielebinski. By disrupting and distorting classical mythologies, it raises probing questions around gender and identity.
Last week Allegra Shorto launched a new program dedicated to the exploration of dreams through the lense of a wide range of artistic practices. The Freud Museum hosted the first experiment on May 25th
Inês Neto Dos Santos is a Portuguese artist who recently graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London. She has always demonstrated a keen interest in the relation between human beings and the elements surrounding their daily lives.
It’s a year since MAAT opened its dazzling curvaceous gallery on the banks of the Tagus river, simultaneously bringing wow-factor to Lisbon’s architecture and art scene.
Antony Gormley sculptures lurk under the promenade, Richard Woods invades town with huts for second-homers, while Bob and Roberta Smith treats local kids to art lessons. An eye-catching battle is raging at the Kent seaside between rich and poor, social decay and civic pride
Massive light art, snakes and sharks, Warhol and Miro, rusting pillars, clean interiors, Canadians, immigration and illustration.
The main show is a woolly walk through hand-wringing hippydom and flowerpot trainers. But elsewhere, the biennale bares its teeth in works of danger and daring
The Greek capital has been invaded by talking frogs, dyed lambs and marble tents. But many locals are furious at the ‘colonial attitudes’ of the German art extravaganza
Amid all the rule changes, Lubaina Himid is surely the favourite to win British art’s most important prize this year
Japanese artistic director Mami Kataoka announces preliminary lineup of 21 artists, including Australians Yasmin Smith and George Tjungurrayi
After seeing her at Frieze New York and CONDO Marcelle finally gets to interview Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu.
From the crocheted loo seats to the pram-cum-barbecue and roving wet bar, there are stunts and stage-props galore. Then you turn a corner and find an artwork that sticks in your head and stays there
The art biennial known for pushing boundaries of taste has outdone itself in Zurich, sculpting a day’s worth of excrement, medically exhibiting the French author and making a Paralympic champion wheelchair on water
Permission for artwork – the largest ever to be installed in Westminster Hall – took six years to obtain, and will showcase 200 years’ worth of dirt and dust
After filling a London council flat with crystals, the Turner prize-nominee is realising his next grand plan for 2017 – and he’s even bought the aeroplane
White Cube, London
For their eight-millionth exhibition, the naughty boys of art are showing Banners that could be slight and trite – but actually turn out to be nasty prophecies for our dreadful age
This week’s top 5 features destruction, lifelike mannequins, bullet time photography, conflict and a centenary.
The artist’s new Paris show combines works that play on adult fears with childlike instructions and repetitive movement – a compelling lesson for young and old alike
I used to think Anish Kapoor was just another contemporary artist with nothing to say – but his latest installation shows just how daring he really is
Welcome to the end of the information superhighway – a ‘data farm’ in the midwest. When Google refused to let artist John Gerrard photograph it, he hired a chopper and decided to beat them at their own game