Jeewi Lee, "Inzision", 2018 © Marcus Schneider, Courtesy of the artist
Laura Lima, "Registro da obra Alfaiataria realizada no Bonnefantenmuseum em Maastricht", 2014-15 © Courtesy the artist


Hungarian Exhibition in London during Frieze Week: a Conversation with Andras Szanto


A selection of rarely-seen works by artists of the Hungarian neo-avant-garde will open in London at The Vinyl Factory, Soho during Frieze Week, 4–14 October 2018. “Bookmarks – Revisiting Hungarian art of the 1960s and 1970s”, curated by Hungarian-born, New York-based András Szántó, will include a representative sampling of approximately 70 emblematic works by 35 artists of the late 1960s and 1970s. An accompanying publication will feature interviews by Hans Ulrich Obrist with key figures of the generation, along with essays by Szántó and the London-based art historians Maja and Reuben Fowkes. Practical info Exhibition dates: 4–14 October 2018 Private View & Performance:... Read More
András Szántó © Mariana Gatto
Geta Brătescu © STEFAN SAVA

Romanian Artist Geta Brătescu Has Died at 92

“That Geta lived to see her art embraced so enthusiastically on the international level […] means so much”, Iwan Wirth, the president of Hauser & Wirth, said in a statement, adding that Brătescu was a “true artist who, even in the darkest... Read More
Gilbert & George

Gilbert & George to Inaugurate the New Season of Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi

Palazzo Grassi

In September, the Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi dedicates two evenings to Gilbert & George, including films and a talk in the presence of the two artists. On Wednesday September 26, the emblematic films “The Singing Sculpture“(1991, 20 min)... Read More

Berlin from an Artist’s Perspective: An Interview with Jeewi Lee


On the occasion of Art Berlin and the Berlin Art Week, we interviewed artist Jeewi Lee to learn more about her practice and her perspective on the city art scene. Jeewi (b. 1987, Seoul) is currently artist resident at Villa Romana in Florence and has... Read More
My Art Guide Berlin Editorial Committee

My Art Guide Berlin 2018 Editorial Committee


This edition of My Art Guide Berlin has been developed thanks to an incredible editorial committee formed by Maike Cruse (Director of Art Berlin), Thomas Köhler (Director of Berlinische Galerie) and Julia Rust (Director of me Collectors Room). The... Read More

Featured Exhibitions

Anthea Hamilton: The Squash

Tate Britain
22/03 - 08/10 2018

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Anthea Hamilton, The Squash, © Tate (Seraphina Neville) 2018
© General Idea, courtesy Maureen Paley, London

Daria Martin

Maureen Paley
08/09 - 23/09 2018

The exhibition features Daria Martin’s latest film “A Hunger Artist“, HD film, (2017) which adapts Franz Kafka’s 1922 modernist short story of the same name: a strange allegory about spectacle, spectators, power and narcissism. Taking... Read More
Haegue Yang, "Dress Vehicles", installation view of "The Tanks: Art in Action", Tate Modern, London, 2012, Photo credit Studio Haegue Yang

Haegue Yang: Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow

Triennale di Milano
07/09 - 04/11 2018

Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow marks artist Haegue Yang‘s first institutional solo show in Italy. The exhibition, unfolding in a three-room space, features both already significative artworks for the artist’s career and new commissions,... Read More
Arthur Jafa, "Apex" Videostill, Courtesy of Julia Stoschek Collection

Arthur Jafa: A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions

Julia Stoschek Collection
11/02 - 16/12 2018

The exhibition, developed in partnership with Serpentine Galleries, London, presents the work the American artist and filmmaker Arthur Jafa, in his first exhibition in Germany, featuring Ming Smith, Frida Orupabo, and Missylanyus. Jafa’s research,... Read More
Balthus, "La Partie de Cartes", 1948-1950, Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, © Balthus, Courtesy of Fondation Beyeler


Fondation Beyeler
02/09/2018 - 01/01/2019

The retrospective dedicated to Balthus is his first exhibition in a Swiss museum since 2008 and the first comprehensive presentation of his work in German-speaking Switzerland, with which the artist had close connections during his life. It presents... Read More


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