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

Jean Jullien: PETRICHOR

Posted by Fabio 22 November 2019

The first definition of the word PETRICHOR found on the Internet is «characteristic odour that accompanies rain and emanates from the earth, especially after a period of dry, warm weather.» This olfactory term calls for the memory of our senses, long walks with boots in the open air, the wet smell of pines, the sea read more

An exhibition of new paintings by Merlin Carpenter

Posted by Fabio 19 November 2019

An exhibition of new paintings by Merlin Carpenter. The show considers the handmade object’s capacity to engage with and complicate the language and history of the readymade. read more

Theater of Operations – The Gulf Wars 1991–2011

Posted by Fabio 6 November 2019

American-led military engagement in Iraq over the last 30 years has had an indelible impact on contemporary culture and the work of artists around the world. This large-scale group exhibition examines the legacies of these conflicts beginning with the Gulf War in 1991 read more

Godwin Champs Namuyimba: The Dreamer

Posted by Fabio 5 November 2019

The Dreamer is the first exhibition in Europe by Ugandan painter Godwin Champs Namuyimba. The exhibition is comprised of a series of paintings depicting aspects of Namuyimba’s life in his hometown of Kampala. read more

Designing Duggee at the Design Museum

Posted by Fabio 28 October 2019

Dive into the design process behind this colourful CBeebies animated series through a friendly and accessible display. What is the design story behind Hey Duggee? Who are the people behind the successful animated series? Look into Duggee’s world from the first sketches read more