Silvia Rosi – Self Portrait as my Mother

Posted by Fabio 16 January 2020

Silvia Rosi’s work explores her personal family history drawing on her Togolaise heritage, and the idea of origins. Her mother, who has been the source of inspiration for much of her previous work, plays a central role in this project read more

The Magician and The Thief by Artist Kenichi Hoshine

Posted by Fabio 6 January 2020

On January 9, Hollis Taggart will open Kenichi Hoshine: The Magician and The Thief, a solo exhibition of the New York-based artist’s work. Inspired by a wide range of subjects—from film and television, to theatrical sets read more

Bernard Frize presents a solo booth of new works at Taipei Dangdai 2020

Posted by Fabio 6 January 2020

Throughout his career, the artist has revisited and revised his own works from earlier series whilst also exploring new concepts. Frize inspects and elaborates the processes that define painting read more

Jan Svoboda: Against the Light

Posted by Fabio 11 December 2019

Against the Light marks the first major UK presentation of Czech photographer, Jan Svoboda (1934–1990) since his first solo exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in 1982. His groundbreaking experiments with form rank him as one of the world’s pioneers of photographic appropriation and forerunners of conceptual photography. read more

Jessie Makinson – Nobody axed you to

Posted by Fabio 10 December 2019

Nobody axed you to is an exhibition featuring series of new commissions by British artist Jessie Makinson. The exhibition comprises large-scale oil paintings on canvas, a painted and carved Paravent, an in-situ wall-installation and several smaller ink and watercolour drawings, showing the variety of the artist’s practice. read more

Yamamoto Masao – Itteki

Posted by Fabio 5 December 2019

Itteki, an exhibition of new work by Japanese artist Yamamoto Masao. Focusing on Bonsai, the Japanese art of cultivating miniaturized potted trees, this series of toned, gelatin silver prints continues Yamamoto’s exploration of the emotional power of photography through landscape and his surrounding environment. read more

Love, Ren Hang

Posted by Fabio 3 December 2019

Ren Hang’s analogue photographs use a playful, humorous visual language to relate the feelings, desires, fears, and loneliness of a young generation in China. His works stand as symbols of the youth’s rebellion against the conventions of a restrictive communist regime in which nudity and sexual freedom are subject to government censure and control even up to the present day. read more

Mickalene Thomas: A Moment’s Pleasure

Posted by Fabio 25 November 2019

Mickalene Thomas: A Moment’s Pleasure, a large-scale, site-specific installation that will transform nearly every aspect of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s two-floor East Lobby. Envisioned as a living room for Baltimore, the installation will see Thomas re-fit the space with new wallpapers, furniture, and other interior design elements read more