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This section brings together recent articles, posts and reports as well as a series of conversations with artists and curators who talk to us about their work and their respective cities, offering unique itineraries and a diverse perspective. These encounters have established My Art Guides as an engaging and dynamic platform encouraging culturally relevant discourse amongst the creatives of our times.

The Bright Side Of The Desert Moon
Noor Riyadh, the Largest Light Art Festival in the World unfolds across the city of Riyadh, it runs from November 30 to December 16, 2023.
November 30, 2023
Awaiting Venice Biennale 2024: Matilde Sambo
We met Venice based artist Matilde Sambo in her studio at the Fondazione Bevilacqua - Atelier Palazzo Carminati. 
Christina Nakou and Anna Pangalou: Transiens Nostrum
‘Transiens Nostrum’, is a unique visual and sound installation by awarded artists Christina Nakou and Anna Pangalou which is being presented from 16 to 26 November 2023 as part of the ‘Bodies of Water’ exhibition within the Greek pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. By invitation of the exhibition’s curators, Costis Paniyiris and Andreas Nikolovgenis, the two artists are gradually deconstructing the exhibit dedicated to dams and reservoirs. By the end of the Biennale, the two works will be fused together into a new work of art to highlight the transformative, unpredictable, and ever-changing relationship between human structures and nature. We interviewed the two artists to find out more!
Awaiting Venice Biennale 2024: Lucia Veronesi
To launch this new series of interviews we met Venice based artist Lucia Veronesi in her studio on the island of Giudecca.
Paris Photo 2023
Paris Photo is the largest international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium and is held each...
November 9, 2023
g. olmo stuppia: Sposare la Notte (Marrying the Night)
The cinematic quadrilogy "Sposare la Notte (Marrying the Night)" has its world premiere screening on November 8, 2023, at 9:20 PM at Cinema Giorgione, Venice.
November 8, 2023
Ydessa Hendeles: The Art of Metaphor
This month marks the 20th anniversary of Ydessa Hendeles’s ground-breaking exhibition "Partners", which opened on November 7, 2003, at the Haus der Kunst in Munich. By invitation of the incoming director, Chris Dercon, and his chief curator, Thomas Weski, the 16-gallery exhibition combined works by Diane Arbus, Maurizio Cattelan, James Coleman, Hanne Darboven, Walker Evans, Luciano Fabro, Paul McCarthy, On Kawara, Giulio Paolini, Bruce Nauman, Jeff Wall, and Lawrence Weiner together with vintage photographs, an antique toy and Hendeles’s own works, including "Partners (The Teddy Bear Project)", 2002.
November 7, 2023
Jacopo Crivelli Visconti: the human condition
To mark Artissima in Turin, we interviewed art critic and curator Jacopo Crivelli Visconti. Visconti is a curatorial advisor for the fair, as well as curator of "the human condition", a project of films and videos by artists formulated and produced in dialogue with Gallerie d’Italia – Torino, the host location.

Visconti was born in Naples, Italy and is now based in São Paulo, Brazil. His book Novas Derivas (New Drifts) was published in Portuguese by WMF Martins Fontes and in Spanish by Ediciones Metales Pesados. He ha curated many exhibitions and institutional projects, including: Com o coração saindo pela boca, Brazilian Pavilion at the 59ª Biennale di Venezia, Italy (2022) and Faz escuro mas eu canto, 34ª Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil (2020-2021).
The 14th Shanghai Biennale: Cosmos Cinema
Titled “Cosmos Cinema,” the 14th Shanghai Biennale takes place at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai...
Performa Biennial 2023
The Performa Biennial 2023 presents three weeks of live performance, featuring Performa Commissions, projects, and events at venues across the city of New York and at The Performa Hub, from 1-19 November.
LagosPhoto: Ground State – Fellowship Within the Uncanny
The African Artists’ Foundation, a non-profit organisation and art space based in Lagos inaugurates...
October 26, 2023
Ebun Sodipo: A Journey Through the Debris of Images
Back in Basel, and now in its last week, Vitrine presents the first exhibition in Switzerland of emerging artist Ebun Sodipo, who works across performance, film, sculpture and collage, and narrates constructions of a black transfeminine self after slavery and colonialism through visual assemblages. ‘On the Edge of a Sheen Cut’ presents a new body of wall-based sculptural works in resin and mylar showing images from the artist’s visual archive. The archive is an exploration into what she describes as her own formation of personal narrative, self-possession and the aestheticisation of compositional materials that reflect ideas around transformation, desire and sexuality.
Paris + par Art Basel Public programme
Paris + par Art Basel public programme is free and open to all. It is an artistic activation in various...
Komumuma: Starting Sunday
Starting Sunday at Komunuma runs from 2-6pm at 29 & 43 rue de la Commune de Paris, Romainville 93230....
October 15, 2023
Laurent Grasso: On the Limits Between Fiction and Reality
Laurent Grasso (born in 1972 in Mulhouse, France) lives and works between Paris, France and New York, New York, USA. Located at the intersection of heterogeneous temporalities, geographies, and realities, Grasso’s films, sculptures, paintings, and photographs immerse the viewer in an uncanny world of uncertainty. The artist creates mysterious atmospheres that challenge the boundaries of what we perceive and know. Anachronism and hybridity play an active role in his strategy, which entails diffracting reality in order to recompose it according to his own rules. Fascinated by the way in which various powers can affect human conscience, Grasso seeks to grasp, reveal, and materialise the invisible, from collective fears to politics to electromagnetic or paranormal phenomena. His work reveals what lies behind common perception and offers us a new perspectiveon history and reality.
October 3, 2023
Bolzano Art Week #3: play_ground
BAW has reached its 3rd edition: born in 2020, almost ‘for fun’ from a meeting in a playground,...
September 29, 2023
Jacopo Benassi: Dealing with Nature as a Political Act
On the occasion of the third edition of Panorama Aquila 2023, we met Jacopo Benassi and asked him to tell us about “Rivoluzione 2023” and his recent works.
Yann Bronder: Tu m’as reproché en fait ce que tu faisais avec moi sans que je ne le sache. Top.
On the occasion of Brussels Gallery Weekend and the 50th anniversary of Baronian, the oldest gallery in Brussels, we interviewed artist Yann Bronder. Born in 1990 in Belgium, she studied at KASK in Ghent and holds a master’s degree in Fine Arts from LUCA in Brussels. Bronder does not work in series, she works in time slots and works on several works simultaneously. Each work is an occasion for something new, for something unprecedented. As a result, Bronder’s works are not limited to one theme or one context.
September 9, 2023
Generation Brussels 2023
In addition to collaborating with galleries, Brussels Gallery Weekend also organises its own exhibition called "Generation Brussels." The primary objective of this exhibition is to showcase the emerging generation of artists who reside in Brussels but have not yet found representation by a particular gallery.
September 6, 2023
Giorgia Severi: Climax #5 Venice
On the occasion of the eighth ‘Vetrina‘, Vino Vero presents a site-specific work by Giorgia Severi, an Italian artist working on environmental and landscape issues. Her multimedia artistic research is based on archiving endangered landscapes, including natural spaces and cultural practices. “Climax #5 Venice” poses the question whether the climax, which is the condition of maximum equilibrium and growth of an ecosystem, is not perhaps at the point of involution.
September 5, 2023
Exploring the Artistic and Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan: An Interview with Gayane Umerova
In just three years, Uzbekistan has cemented its place in the Venice Biennale, with each presentation more intriguing than the last. From the initial debut in 2021 with "Mahalla — Urban Rural Living" curated by Christ&Gantenbein, the country has maintained its presence at the Arsenale, next to the Italian Pavilion. Last year's "Dixit Algorizmi — The Garden of Knowledge" was looking at the origins of algorithms and computation, curated by Space Caviar and Sheida Ghomashchi. And this year, the pavilion promises to delve deep into archives and the future of sustainable architecture with "Unbuild Together: Archaism vs. Modernity". We sat down with Gayane Umerova, the commissioner of the Uzbekistan National Pavilion in Venice, to get a behind-the-scenes look at this year's enthralling presentation.
September 13, 2023
35th Bienal de São Paulo: Choreographies of the impossible
Choreographies of the impossible, which runs from September 6th to December 10th, enunciates a space...
Panorama L’Aquila
Back again from 7 to 10 September 2023 Panorama is the cultural project that ITALICS annually dedicates...
Frieze Seoul
Frieze returns to the Korean capital with an expanded line-up for Frieze Film, an initiative supporting the city’s non-profit spaces, talks and the debut of Frieze Music