Not Fair to Open at the Palace of Culture, Warsaw


The Palace of Culture and Science, a 237 meter tall socialist realist high-rise, towers over the city of Warsaw, Poland. Now, it’s about to reinvest in its eponymous program with an international art fair. Hosting some 20 art galleries from Warsaw as well as other European cities, the “Not Fair” is schedule to open on September 22, 2016. Each gallery will present a solo show by one of their represented artist, which must take into account the “special character” of the Palace. Each of the around 20 participating galleries will present a solo show by one of the artists they represent. A prerequisite, however, is that the galleries take into account the “special character” of the... Read More
Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science
Sparte2016‬ (Photo: Jessica Mangaba)

SP-Arte/Foto Reaches its 10th edition

São Paulo

SP-Arte/Foto – the São Paulo Photo Fair – reaches its 10th edition as one of the most reputable events dedicated to photography in Brazil. Annually held in August, the international month of photography, the Fair is a consolidated platform for cultural... Read More
Clémentine Deliss, curator

Armenia to Host a Major International Art Event


A new art initiative launching on 22 August aims to develop a road map for the cultural and economic development of the country. The major international art event to take place in Armenia organised by the Dilijan Art Initiative, this experimental interdisciplinary... Read More
Ragnar Kjartansson. Scenes From Western Culture

Copenhagen Contemporary (CC) Grand Opening


The new art institution Copenhagen Contemporary (CC) is now opening in the capital of Denmark and is presenting a substantial exhibition of works by Bruce Nau­man alongside large installations by Carsten Nicolai and Ragnar Kjartansson, as well as works... Read More
1st Antarctic Biennale

Antarctic Biennale to be Launched Next Year

Initiated by Nadim Samman, a curator at TBA-21 in Vienna, and Russian artist Alexander Ponomarev, it will be first major contemporary art showcase on the remote continent. The Biennale is to be held aboard research ships Akademik Ioffe and Akademik Sergey... Read More


Bruce Nauman

Copenhagen Contemporary
25/08 - 22/12 2016

Throughout his long career the American artist Bruce Nauman has worked with many media and explored a wide variety of materials. His practice ranges from more traditional media such as drawing, photography and sculpture, through neon works to installation art and performance. Bruce Nauman has been one of the most important artists in the development of the branch of contemporary art that involves the viewer as an active part of the work. The works in the exhibition show how Bruce Nauman’s art functions as a performative arena where the exhibition visitor is challenged in a concrete or conceptual space. In the encounter with the work one is confronted with various stimuli, provoked either by... Read More
Bruce Nauman, Green Light Corridor
Mahesh Shantaram, Vitu, Malawi/Bangalore, Archival pigment print, 2016

The African Portraits

27/08 - 23/09 2016

“The African Portraits”, Mahesh Shantaram’s most recent body of work, documents the lives of African students living in India in a series of intimate portraits. Following an increasing number of racial attacks in India in the recent past,... Read More
Dinh Q. Lê Guanape Island Production shot of The Colony, 2016

The Colony

Peckham’s Electric Theatre
25/08 - 09/10 2016

The Colony is a new film installation by Vietnamese artist and filmmaker Dinh Q. Lê on the site of one of London’s earliest cinemas, Peckham’s Electric Theatre which opened in 1908. Lê’s films immerse the viewer in the desolate environment of... Read More
Goshka Macuga (part 2), Now this, is this the end... the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?, (c) Andrea Rossetti Courtesy: Fondazione Prada

Goshka Macuga: Now this, is this the end… the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? (part 2)

The Schinkel Pavillon
09/07 - 02/10 2016

In the second part of her double-exhibition at Schinkel Pavillon, “Now this, is this the end…the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?”, Goshka Macuga focuses on the relationship between human beings and technology. The... Read More
Shirin Neshat, Dreamers, 2016

Shirin Neshat: Dreamers

Goodman Gallery
20/08 - 14/09 2016

Goodman Gallery  announcse the representation of well-known Iranian-born artist and filmmaker, Shirin Neshat. For her first solo exhibition with the gallery she will debut two significant new video installations, “Roja” (2016) and “Sarah”... Read More

Selected Destinations

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, 1993



Masp São Paulo. Photo: Rubens Chiri/ Arquivo Alesp

São Paulo





@ Löwenbräukunst




Isaac Julien

Isaac Julien



Urs Fischer


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

Maurizio Cattelan

Artist, Curator

Ai Weiwei's portrait from the artist's facebook page

Ai Weiwei


ritratto di JAN FABRE  autore dello spettacolo  "MY MOVEMENTS ARE ALONE  LIKE STREETDOGS " 
(NON IO festival  internazionale sullo spettacolo contemporaneoBOLOGNA - EX BOLOGNA MOTORI  - SAB 27 APRILE  2002)

Jan Fabre





Art Spaces

Alserkal Avenue

Dubai & Sharjah