Solange Knowles – When I Get Home

Posted by Fabio 15 July 2019

Visual artist and singer/ songwriter Solange Knowles presents an extended version of her interdisciplinary performance art film When I Get Home at the V&A (Friday Late) in London on the 30th of August. read more

Transcript – Yale MFA Photography 2019

Posted by Fabio 9 July 2019

Transcript, an exhibition of work by recent graduates of the 2019 Yale MFA Photography program. Organized by the artist James Welling, the show includes works by Sara Abbaspour, Genesis Báez, Molly Berman, Felix Davey, Brian Galderisi, Rodrigo López read more

Olga Feshina: New Tech Girls – Bikini Issue

Posted by Fabio 4 July 2019

A solo exhibition of new work by Olga Feshina at the NYA Gallery, New York. Curated by Shane Townley, the show will feature a total of eight paintings, many of which have not been previously exhibited. These works explore core motifs related to the artist’s ongoing “New Tech Girls” series read more

Wong Ping: Heart Digger

Posted by Fabio 2 July 2019

Wong Ping creates digital and sculptural works that reveal very human, and often universal fantasies, through absurd narratives. Drawing anecdotally from his own social encounters, he elaborates his stories into darkly humorous tales that touch on political and cultural anxieties. read more

Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet

Posted by Fabio 1 July 2019

Arriving in Paris at the dawn of the Belle Epoque, a young Swiss artist began to capture frenetic life on the city’s streets, as well as moments of private drama for the liberal magazine, La Revue Blanche. read more

Nicolas Party: Polychrome

Posted by Fabio 26 June 2019

For his fourth solo exhibition at The Modern Institute, New York-based artist Nicolas Party has divided the gallery’s Osborne Street space, into three uniquely crafted interiors. read more

Corn Shuk Mei Ho – Night Swims Series (2017-19)

Posted by Fabio 6 June 2019

The Night Swims Series (2017-19) is a project by London-based painter, Corn Shuk Mei Ho. The characters depicted in the paintings reflect a state of feelings including isolation, solitude, uncertainty and fear. read more

Matthew Finn’s new book School of Art at the ICA London

Posted by Fabio 16 May 2019

In 1997 “Cool Britannia” was at its height. Brit pop was flooding the airwaves, a new Labour government took power, and a sense of hope that had not been felt for a generation was palpable. Finn was 24, had recently graduated, and took a job at a School of Art in the outskirts of London. read more