Yann Gerstberger, "Sorry We're Closed", 2018 © Sebastien Janssen


Reawakening Hong Kong’s Art Scene: an Interview with Tobias Berger

Hong Kong
Tai Kwun Contemporary

My Art Guides: Tai Kwun is the biggest restoration project ever undertaken in Hong Kong, with more than 1500 square metres of exhibition space. How has it been since the opening? And how does Tai Kwun position itself in the institutional art field of Hong Kong? What news Tai Kwun will bring to the city’s art scene? Tobias Berger: I think the most important thing to underline is that Tai Kwun is a revitalisation project rather than a restoration one, which really means that we have to enliven this amazing space. This was an Old Central Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison. We have 16 old buildings and 2 new buildings. The Visual Arts part which we call Tai Kwun Contemporary... Read More
Tobias Berger Head of Arts, Tai Kwun, Courtesy of Tai Kwun
Zoé Whitley courtesy of the Hayward Gallery

Dr. Zoé Whitley appointed Senior Curator at the Hayward Gallery


Dr. Zoé Whitley, the curator of this years British Pavilion for the 58th Venice Biennale, has been appointed Senior Curator of the Hayward Gallery at the Southbank Centre. Whitley previously held the position of Curator of International Art at the Tate... Read More
Yann Gerstberger

Yann Gerstberger and Mexico City’s Magnetism

Mexico City

French artist Yann Gerstberger will have his first solo show –“Ice News and Freeway Fetishes” – at OMR gallery in Mexico City next February during Zona Maco. We had a little chat with him to explore his original practice and his world. My... Read More
Simone Menegoi © Pasquale Minopoli

Simone Menegoi, New Artistic Director of Arte Fiera, Reveals This Year’s Highlights


For the occasion of Arte Fiera and the art week in Bologna, we interviewed Simone Menegoi, the fair’s new artistic director who has taken the place of Angela Vettese. My Art Guides: How did you react when you were first asked to become director... Read More
Peter Zimmermann, 2015. Galeria Filomena Soares

List of exhibitors announced for ZONAMACO México Arte Contemporáneo 2019

Mexico City

06/02 - 10/02 2019

The sixteenth edition of ZONAMACO México Arte Contemporáneo, leading art fair in Latin America, and the ninth of ZONAMACO Diseño announce the list of exhibitors for 2019. Taking place from February 6-10, 2019 in Centro Citibanamex, Mexico City, this... Read More

Featured Exhibitions

Enrico David: Gradations of Slow

MCA Chicago
29/09/2018 - 10/03/2019

Enrico David has distinguished himself as one of today’s most original artists, fashioning a universe of imagery that revolves around the human figure and its many states of being. Rendering the body as fragile, vulnerable, grotesque, tortured, and ecstatic, he uses a wide range of media, including sculpture, painting, installation, and works on paper, to achieve an encyclopedic yet extremely personal account of the human form. The exhibition traces David’s works made over the past 20 years, revealing the interconnections in his body of work in an attempt to build an empathic relationship between the viewer and the objects he has created. ... Read More
Enrico David, Tools and Toys III, 2014. © Enrico David. Courtesy of Michael Werner Gallery, New York and London.
Caroline Mesquita, "Astray", 2018, Installation view at Kunsthalle Lissabon Photo Credit Bruno Lopes

Caroline Mesquita: Astray: Prologue

Kunsthalle Lissabon
12/12/2018 - 08/02/2019

French artist Caroline Mesquita presents her project “Astray” in two chapters, taking place in two different venues, namely the Kunsthalle Lissabon and the Galeria Municipal do Porto, which both collaborated to the realisation of the exhibition.... Read More
Cally Spooner, "Untitled", 2015, Photo Credit Roberto Marossi, Courtesy of the artist and ZERO…, Milan.

Cally Spooner: Sweat Shame Etc.

New York
The Swiss Institute Contemporary Art New York
13/12/2018 - 10/03/2019

Athens-based artist Cally Spooner creates an original ecosystem in her solo show “SWEAT SHAME ETC.”, composed of absurd elements which investigate the manners in which contemporary technological and financial conditions shape individuals’... Read More
"Surface Matters", Exhibition view at Mutina for Art, 2018 © Mutina

Surface Matters

Mutina for Art
25/09/2018 - 22/02/2019

Curated by Sara Cosulich this is a special project dedicated to photography, conceived to interact with Mutina ceramic surfaces. The important photographic works, selected from the collection of Massimo Orsini and presented on modular ceramic walls, confront... Read More
Chto Delat, "Angry Sandwich People", 2006, Courtesy of Chto Delat and KOW Berlin

The Street. Where the World is Made

Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo – MAXXI
07/12/2018 - 28/04/2019

The exhibition gathers more than 200 works by around 140 artist to pay an homage to the street, investigated not just as a fundamental infrastructure, but also as a place crossed by multiple meanings as well as the stage of visual and physical bombardment,... Read More


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