© Yoko Ono, "Wishes Tree"


Miltos Manetas on his project for the Athens Biennial, never exhibited but visible to us all

Mara Sartore: This year you participated in the Athens Biennial, without setting foot in your hometown, can you tell us about how you managed this? Miltos Manetas: I was contacted by Poka-Yio, the founder of the Athens biennial, he was an emerging artist when I was beginning to become well-known in Athens. The biennial had so far been a great success, with each edition better than the next, I had previously participated in the 2013 edition. And taking part in this edition, after Documenta 14, seemed like a good opportunity. I was also interested by the title “Anti”, which in general for the Athenians is significant because it alludes to a historical left-wing magazine called “Anti”. The... Read More
Miltos Manetas Looking at Athens Biennale. Courtesy of the artist
Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan

Pirelli Hangar Bicocca: Presentation of exhibition programme 2019-2020

Pirelli HangarBicocca

At Pirelli Hangar Bicocca today the Artistic Director Vicente Todolì presented its exhibition programme for 2019-2020 in the presence of Chairman Marco Tronchetti and the mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala. The programme for the next 24 months includes a rich... Read More
Mike Nelson

The Expectation of Spectacle: an Interview with Mike Nelson

OGR Torino

We interviewed the British artist Mike Nelson on the occasion of his monumental intervention at the OGR in Turin; a large wooden structure, leads into the space, resembling a large billboard or the screen of a drive-in, once beyond it visitors find themselves... Read More
Ice Watch London, Photo Credit: Charlie Forgham-Bailey

Ice Watch London: A public Artwork by Olafur Eliasson and Minik Rosing


Coinciding with the opening of COP24, the climate change conference scheduled in Katowice, Poland, Olafur Eliasson has staged blocks of melting glacial ice across two public sites in London (Bankside, outside Tate Modern and City of London outside Bloomberg’s... Read More
Mattia De Luca and Sergio Casoli

“By or Of Marcel Duchamp or Rrose Sélavy”: an Interview with Sergio Casoli and Mattia De Luca


Claudia Malfitano: Let’s start with the exhibition currently on at the gallery. When and how did you get into Marcel Duchamp’s oeuvre? Which of the artist’s work are you most drawn to? Sergio Casoli and Mattia De Luca: The exhibition... Read More

Featured Exhibitions

Phoebe Unwin: Field

Collezione Maramotti
14/10/2018 - 10/03/2019

This is the first solo exhibition in Italy by English artist Phoebe Unwin, featuring a series of new paintings made specifically for its Pattern Room. The title of the show holds many different connotations. The “field” could be a landscape, but also a color field, or the field of vision. It is an in-between place, a traditional subject in painting, which allows the artist to hover between figuration and abstraction, to investigate the formal aspects of her medium. Investigating the concept of landscape and how the human figure interacts with its surroundings, Unwin uses painting to construct a delicate alternation of horizons, whose varying distances elicit different paces of observation.... Read More
Phoebe Unwin Untitled, 2018 olio su tela / oil on canvas 183 x 153 cm © the artist Courtesy Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, London
Koo Jeong A, TENGAM TENGAM, KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin, Germany 2018, Photo: Roman März

Koo Jeong A: Tengam Tengam

König Galerie
24/11/2018 - 06/01/2019

At König Galerie, Koo Jeong A presents a selection of her recent magnet artworks. The artist’s interest in this material is part of a ten-year exploration into its properties and potential uses. From an architectural tool to a relational object of... Read More
Sarah Sze, Split Stone (7:34), 2018

Sarah Sze at Crypta Balbi

Museo Nazionale Romano
22/11/2018 - 27/01/2019

Gagosian and Museo Nazionale Romano announce that Sarah Sze‘s sculpture “Split Stone (7:34)” (2018) by will be exhibited in the historic Crypta Balbi, concurrent with her solo show at Gagosian Gallery in Rome. At the gallery Sze amplifies... Read More
Do Ho Suh, "Passage/s" Installation view Victoria Miro Gallery, 2017, © Do Ho Suh, Photo Credit Thierry Bal, Courtesy the Artist, Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and Seoul; and Victoria Miro, London and Venice.

Do Ho Suh: Korridor

ARoS Aarhus Art Museum
10/11/2018 - 17/02/2019

At his first solo exhibition in Denmark, artist Do Ho Suh presents one of his renown structures made of fabric, titled “Korridor“. The installation consists of a 30-metre-long colourful sculpture made of eight hand-sewn fabric passages:... Read More
Günther Förg, "Untitled", 2007, © Estate Günther Förg, Suisse, Courtesy of Matthew B. Gorson.

Günther Förg: A Fragile Beauty

Dallas Museum of Art
21/10/2018 - 27/01/2019

The exhibition is the most comprehensive survey ever dedicated to the artist Günther Förg and the first one in an American museum in nearly three decades. “Günther Förg: A Fragile Beauty” gathers works from over 40 years of the German... Read More


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