JR’s New Project Makes the Louvre’s Pyramid Disappear


JR has chosen the biggest gallery in the world to showcase his art: public spaces. For some ten years now, the artist’s monumental photographic collages have been popping up on the walls of cities in all four corners of the globe. “The most important thing,” he explains, “is where I put my photos and the meaning they take on depending on the place”. Whether it be the Middle East, the favelas of Rio, slums of Kenya, New York, Le Havre or Shanghai, JR’s works leave no one indifferent, because they return our gaze and cut to the very heart of our innermost selves. His spectacular mode of intervention poses questions about artistic creation, the role of images in the age of globalization,... Read More
"JR at the Louvre." Courtesy of JR
Maria Lind, Artistic Director of the 11th Gwangju Biennale

11th Gwangju Biennale Reveals Participating Artists


The Gwangju Biennale has revealed the list of participating artists in the upcoming 2016 edition, opening on September 2 and running through November 6. The 66-day exhibition will be dedicated to the exploration of the state and function of art. Curated... Read More
Spanish Pavilion, Biennale 2016. Photo by Elena Scarpa

Spain Has Been Awarded the Golden Lion for Best National Participation


The international Jury of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia composed of Hashim Sarkis (President of the Jury, Lebanon, USA),Pippo Ciorra (Italy), Sergio Fajardo (Colombia), Marisa Moreira Salles (Brazil), Karen... Read More
Loop Fair, Barcelona

LOOP Fair Barcelona 2016


LOOP is a platform dedicated to the study and promotion of the moving image. Founded in 2003, since its creation it offers a specialised audience a curated selection of video-related contents from challenging perspectives. While teaming up with an international... Read More
Rachel Whiteread, Governors Island, Site Specific Installation

Rachel Whiteread’s New Installation in New York’s Governors Island

New York

The Turner Prize winning artist Rachel Whiteread has opted for a chilly but exhilarating site on New York’s Governors Island for her latest piece of public art. Consulting curator Tom Eccles and his team at Bard College’s Center for Curatorial... Read More


Jeff Koons: Now

Newport Street Gallery
18/05 - 16/10 2016

Jeff Koons is widely considered to be one of the most significant artists to have emerged in the postwar era. Since the late 1970s, his diverse work has explored themes pertaining to taste, consumerism, mass culture, beauty, acceptance, and the role of the artist. ‘Now’ is the first major UK exhibition to be devoted to the artist since ‘Jeff Koons: Popeye Series’, at the Serpentine Gallery in 2009. Spanning thirty-five years of the artist’s extraordinary career, ‘Now’ features over thirty paintings, works on paper and sculptures dating from 1979 to 2014. Drawn from Hirst’s collection, a number of these works have never before been shown in the UK. Tracing the development of the... Read More
Three Ball 50/50 Tank (Spalding Dr. JK Silver Series), 1985 © Jeff Koons
Arash Nassiri. Photo by Anne-Line Desrousseaux.

Arash Nassiri

Nivell Zero
25/05 - 11/06 2016

Fundació Suñol and Han Nefkens Foundation present at Nivell Zero a solo show by Arash Nassiri (Tehran, 1986) featuring different video displays that refer to the entertainment industry techniques. The subject of the show is inspired by events... Read More
Jalal Sepehr, Red Zone, 2015

Jalal Sepehr: As Far As The Eye Can See

Officine dell'Immagine

From 26 May to 9 July 2016, Milan’s contemporary art gallery Officine dell’Immagine will be hosting the first Italian personal exhibition of Jalal Sepehr (Tehran, 1968), one of the most interesting authors of the Iranian contemporary scene.... Read More
Alexander Calder, Tightrope, 1936, Calder Foundation, New York, © 2016 Calder Foundation

Alexander Calder & Fischli/Weiss

Fondation Beyeler
29/05 - 04/09 2016

From 29 May through 4 September 2016, the Fondation Beyeler is presenting a comprehensive exhibition devoted to American artist Alexander Calder and Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss, who worked as partners under the name of Fischli/Weiss. Following... Read More
Sislej Xhafa: Benvenuto

Sislej Xhafa: Benvenuto

Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo – MAXXI
02/06 - 02/10 2016

A major retrospective devoted to an ironic, subversive artist who draws inspiration from the complexity and contradictions of reality. The exhibition’s title is taken from the major installation created by the artist in 2000 within the ambit of the... Read More

Selected Destinations

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, 1993



Carsten Nicolai, alpha pulse, 2014 (Bobby Yip/Reuters)

Hong Kong

East Asia




Masp São Paulo. Photo: Rubens Chiri/ Arquivo Alesp

São Paulo




Basim Magdy


Team curatoriale, Padiglione Italia: Massimo Lepore, Raul Pantaleo, Simone Sfriso (TAMassociati)
Vanessa Billy, artist

Vanessa Billy


Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama


Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons



Urs Fischer





Mona Hatoum

Mona Hatoum


Art Spaces

Alserkal Avenue

Dubai & Sharjah