‘Saul Steinberg. Milano New York’ is a tribute that Triennale Milano owes to the great artist, who dedicated many of his works to the city in which he resided during his formative years.
From 10 October 2021 to 23 January 2022, The Fondation Beyeler presents the most significant exhibition ever devoted to Francisco de Goya (1746–1828)
Born near Hiroshima in 1966, Motoi Yamamoto is definitely an unconventional artist widely known for his stunning labyrinths entirely made of fine salt
Palazzo Te in Mantua presents the project Venus Divina. Harmony on Earth, comprising three exhibitions dedicated to the myth of Venus
LIFE by Olafur Eliasson, currently on view at the Beyeler Foundation in Basel, challenges our conventions of art, nature, and life
The Wound, a site-specific work by French artist JR, draws attention to cultural institutions opening issues in the age of Covid-19
More than 200 works on paper—including drawings, sketchbooks, and rarely seen watercolors—will be shown alongside a selection of related oil paintings
“We Are Frying!” the recent work by Luzinterruptus is focused on the theme of climate change.
Through a three-year project called the ‘Piet Mondrian Conservation project’, the Fondation Beyeler in Basel is studying seven works by Piet Mondrian.
Through works by Andy Warhol, Marc Rothko, Bruce Nauman, Cindy Sherman, ‘American Art 1961-2001’ will present the multifaceted American artistic production
‘Tree Time’ is a multisensory journey realized by the works of 20 international artists intertwining with historical and scientific analysis
Until November 22, Arte Sella presents ‘Jardins d’Été’, an audio-video installation by Quayola inspired by the world of nature.
Polish artist Marcin Gierat has created a photographic series of portraits that celebrates the great artisanal tradition of Murano glass-makers
The Centre Pompidou features an exhibition dedicated to Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s years in Paris and to the story of ‘The Pont-Neuf Wrapped’.
‘Palazzo Grassi-Punta della Dogana’ announces the reopening of the exhibition venues from Saturday 11 July 2020.
The Venice Architecture Biennale 2020 has been postponed to May 2021. In turn, the Venice Art Biennale 2021 has been deferred to April 2022
Florence, immobilized by the coronavirus pandemic, lives in the work by the photographer Fabio Casati.
Most museums in the world are closed due to the COVID lockdown; which of them is coping with the pandemic by offering online virtual tours?
VIAGGI DA CAMERA is an online project launched by the Fondazione Trussardi which publishes images, videos, and texts chosen by artists invited to narrate their own domestic space
The ‘Time machine. Vedere e sperimentare il tempo’ (seeing and experiencing time) exhibition at Palazzo del Governatore in Parma is a journey into the world of moving images
Until 17 May 2020, the ‘Fondation Beyeler’ in Basel, features an extensive exhibition dedicated to Edward Hopper’s iconic landscape paintings
The exhibition AGAINandAGAINandAGAINand at MAMbo in Bologna investigates into the theme of repetition and cyclicity in the present time
From the next 22 February, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence will host the exhibition ‘Tomás Saraceno – ARIA’.
The Secession in Vienna is an exhibition hall designed by Joseph Olbrich in 1898, it also contains the famous Beethoven Frieze by Gustav Klimt
The 8th edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival takes place from 28 November 2019 to 19 January 2020
Until 1 December 2019 Palazzo Strozzi, in Florence, hosts the exhibition “VISIO. Moving Images After Post-Internet”