Naples Clothed In “Oro Rosso”: A Conversation with Jan Fabre and Curator Melania Rossi


Jan Fabre returns to Naples with “Oro Rosso“, a project that involves, with Madre museum, three places of culture: the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte, the Pio Monte della Misericordia and the Studio Trisorio gallery. We interviewed the artist and curator Melania Rossi to learn more about the project. Carla Ingrasciotta: How did the idea for this exhibition come out and how did your collaboration develop with the institutions involved? Jan Fabre: From my, purely artistic, point of view, Melania Rossi and Laura Trisorio were the driving forces that allowed these important projects in Naples to happen. For over twenty years I have developed almost spiritual relationships with Laura... Read More
Jan Fabre © Carlotta Manaigo
Frieze London

Frieze London & Frieze Masters 2019: Galleries Announced


Back to its 19th edition, Frieze London brings together more than 160 galleries from 36 countries. Opening 3 to 6 October 2019, Frieze London coincides with Frieze Sculpture and Frieze Masters in The Regent’s Park, together forming the most significant... Read More
Installation view of the Whitney Biennial 2019 © John Francis Peters

The Whitney Biennial 2019

Whitney Museum of American Art

Curated by Jane Panetta and Rujeko Hockley, the biennial runs May 17 – Sept 22, 2019 at the Whitney Museum of American Art. The exhibition features 75 artists and collectives which present works in different media, from painting, sculpture, installation,... Read More
Buyukada. Photo by Sahir Ugur Eren

16th Istanbul Biennial: The Seventh Continent


14/09 - 10/11 2019

The 16th Istanbul Biennial – 14 September – 10 November 2019 – will present 38 new commission by 57 artists and collectives scattered around town under the title “The Seventh Continent”. The three main venues Istanbul Shipyards (Tersane... Read More
Portrait of Daehyung Lee. Photo © ninevonstudio

“Art Thinking Is How to Navigate the Future”. An Interview with Daehyung Lee


Claudia Malfitano: You curated the Korean Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. What was the main challenge of such a role? What does it mean to curate a national pavilion? Daehyung Lee: Curating a national pavilion is very challenging, especially in... Read More

Featured Exhibitions

Julian Charrière: All We Ever Wanted Was Everything and Everywhere

MAMbo, Museo d’arte moderna di Bologna
09/06 - 08/09 2019

“All We Ever Wanted Was Everything and Everywhere” is the first solo exhibition in an Italian museum institution by Julian Charrière (Morges, Switzerland, 1987), an artist whose work connects the fields of environmental sciences and the history of civilization. Curated by Lorenzo Balbi, the show features a wide selection of works including photographs, installations, sculptures and videos that touch on the themes of the history of science, the development of media culture, the romanticism of exploration and the contemporary ecological crisis. His projects are often the result of field work in remote locations, which present strong geophysical profiles – volcanoes, glaciers,... Read More
Julian Charrière, Where Waters Meet [3.77 atmospheres], 2019 | © the artist; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany
Maria Lai, Tenendo per mano il sole, dettaglio, 1983. Ph. Francesco Casu, courtesy Archivio Maria Lai

Maria Lai: Holding The Sun by the Hand

Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo – MAXXI
19/06/2019 - 12/01/2020

MAXXI presents a major exhibition dedicated to Maria Lai (1919-2013) to celebrate the centenary of the artist’s birth. The exhibition is a collaboration with Archivio Maria Lai and Fondazione Stazione dell’Arte. The show represents a tribute to an... Read More
Sol Calero, Interiores 2017. Installation view, Dortmunder Kunstverein. Courtesy of the artist. Photo by Simon Vogel

Sol Calero: El Autobús

Tate Liverpool
13/06 - 10/11 2019

Sol Calero (born in Caracas, Venezuela, 1982) employs a wide range of media in her practice such as found objects, fabric, painting and drawing. Tate Liverpool presents a new, large-scale commission by Calero exploring themes of representation, identity,... Read More
Sally Mann, Gorjus, 1989. Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff. © Sally Mann

Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings

Jeu de Paume
18/06 - 22/09 2019

Curated by Sarah Greenough and Sarah Kennel, the show at Jeu de Paume is the first major retrospective of Sally Mann (Virginia, 1951). The artist has created over the course of 40 years experimental photographs that explore the essential themes of existence... Read More
Yto Barrada, Horsehair, Confetti, and Rice (stills), 2019. Images courtesy of the artist, PACE, Sfeir-Semler Gallery, and Galerie Polaris.

Yto Barrada: Double Skin

Mexico City
Estancia FEMSA – Casa Luis Barragán
22/06 - 08/09 2019

French-Moroccan artist Yto Barrada is having her first solo exhibition in Latin America where she brings together new commissioned works.  In her practice, the artist deals with notions of aesthetic ambiguity as well as magic and enigma. As a site specific... Read More


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