A couple weeks ago I was invited by the MAXXI in Rome to attend the press conference and subsequent opening of their new exhibition, curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, Low Forms.
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.
100+ artworks show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.
The Top 5 art exhibitions to visit this week feature: Virtual reality, dark landscapes, photocopying paintings, Instagram and gold.
ART OPENING: Jon Rafman “a playful series of new installations that immerse visitors in his video and sculptural works”
This will be Jon Rafman’s first major solo exhibition in the UK.
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.
From December 3rd through 7th, 2014, Art Basel’s Film sector will include over 80 films and videos. Outdoor Screenings are… Read More
In A Man Digging, Jon Rafman engages with the emotional and perceptual experience of a present-day explorer as he navigates virtual worlds.