Sarah Moon at Palazzo Fortuny

Palazzo Fortuny
19/12 - 01/05 2016

“Every photograph is the last witness, if not the last evidence, of a moment that would otherwise be lost forever; it’s the sense of loss and of time passing…and of death. […] In the action of capturing an instant and making it exist once again, there is life in death; it’s a bit like the spirit and the body, you might say that the body, the event, disappears in the instant in which it is captured, but the soul remains and the photograph is the soul of every instant, the soul of the person whose end we just saw…” – Sarah Moon (Coincidences, Delpire, 2001)     These are the last few days to visit the wonderful Sarah Moon’s exhibition at Palazzo Fortuny in Venice... Read More
Exhibition view at Palazzo Fortuny, photo by Teresa Sartore
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA) Opening Soon

San Francisco
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

Following a nearly three-year, $305 million expansion, the SFMoMA will have 14 galleries spanning 15,000 square feet exhibiting photos—more room than the photography galleries of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art combined.... Read More
Luca Massimo Barbero. Ph. Alessandro Moggi, Courtesy of Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi, Florence

Il Trionfo dell’Immagine. Luca Massimo Barbero illustrates IMAGINE. New Imagery in Italian Art 1960–1969 at Guggenheim Collection Venice

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

At a time in which exhibitions dedicated to 1960s and 1970s Italian art are suddenly multiplying in Italy, Venice’s Peggy Guggenheim Collection (a foundation that, even though it is American, has always promoted Italian art, with particular attention... Read More
Francois Pinault

François Pinault to Open a Space in Paris


The Breton collector is back in the capital, eleven years after the failure of his project of Seguin Island. The eighteenth monument of the Louvre street will be minimally designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando. Opening announced for the end of 2018. The... Read More
Liu HaiSu Art Museum

Liu Haisu Art Museum Reopened in Shanghai


Shanghai’s Liu Haisu Art Museum reopened in April after three years of construction in its 12,000 sq m new premises. The new building also has shops, lecture halls, art storage warehouses and a library. The museum’s exterior includes a 300-metre-long... Read More


Martine Syms: Fact & Trouble

Institute of Contemporary Art London – ICA
20/04 - 19/06 2016

“Fact & Trouble” is an exhibition of new and recent photography, video, and sculpture by Martine Syms (b. 1988), a Los Angeles based artist with an ongoing interest in historiography, semiotics, and pop. Syms’s video series Lessons (ongoing), on view at the ICA, is a long, incomplete poem in 180 sections. Each piece is thirty seconds in duration and articulates a lesson from the tradition. One of these lessons is painted on the gallery walls. The videos use the idea of inheritance as a departure point, simulating the private-public unconscious of television shows, advertisements, animated GIFs, police cams, surveillance footage, Vines and other digitally-circulated formats.... Read More
Notes on Gesture, 2015, installation view. All images courtesy the artist and Bridget Donahue, New York
MAK Exhibition View, 2016 Josiah MCElheny: The Ornament Museum Performance with Susanne Sachsse, Actress, Berlin MAK Permanent Collection Contemporary Art © Peter Kainz/MAK

Josiah McElheny: The Ornament Museum

MAK Permanent Collection Contemporary Art
27/04/2016 - 02/04/2017

The Ornament Museum, Josiah McElheny’s remarkable new installation developed especially for the MAK—reinterprets the historical design language of Viennese Modernism, finding within it a set of new questions about art and psychology. For his first... Read More
Lynsey Addario, Say Tha Mar Gyi, Myanmar, 2015


Los Angeles
Annenberg Space for Photography
23/04 - 21/08 2016

Through images created by five internationally acclaimed artists, REFUGEE explores the lives of refugees from a host of diverse populations dispersed and displaced throughout the world. The exhibit features photographs taken in Bangladesh, Cameroon, Colombia,... Read More
Charles Lim Yi Yong, Sea State. Courtesy of NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.

Charles Lim Yi Yong: Sea State

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
30/04 - 10/07 2016

SEA STATE by artist and former Olympic sailor Charles Lim Yi Yong, commissioned for the Singapore Pavilion for the 56th Venice Biennale and curated by Shabbir Hussain Mustafa, will be presented at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore from April... Read More
Urs Fischer Ursula

Urs Fischer: Ursula

New York
01/05 - 05/06 2016

JTT presenst “Ursula,” a solo project by Urs Fischer opening on Sunday, May 1st, from 6 to 8 pm. On view in the center of the gallery will be a single sculpture: a one-to-one replica of Aristide Maillol’s sculpture La Rivière. Maillol (1861–1944,... 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



Guan Xiao

Guan Xiao


Julian Charrière, photo © eddy mottaz
Team curatoriale, Padiglione Italia: Massimo Lepore, Raul Pantaleo, Simone Sfriso (TAMassociati)
Cao Fei

Cao Fei


Natalia Ortega Gámez

Martine Syms



Maurizio Cattelan

Artist, Curator




Art Spaces

The Third Line

Dubai & Sharjah

Ashkal Alwan


Tate Modern