Tyler Hays

Posted by Fabio 2 May 2019

Tyler Hays is a painter and sculptor, born and raised in rural Northeastern Oregon. He received his BFA in painting at the University of Oregon in 1994. Tyler started his career out of college with solo shows at the Mark Wooley gallery in the mid 90s and moved to New York City in 1998. read more

Zoya Cherkassky: Soviet Childhood

Posted by Fabio 1 May 2019

Fort Gansevoort presents Soviet Childhood, the first solo exhibition in the United States featuring the work of Zoya Cherkassky. read more

Soufiane Ababri

Posted by Fabio 26 April 2019

It is in his bed, lying down, that Soufiane Ababri makes his “bed works”. In essence, he examines the ambivalence of a society that is criss-crossed by tensions that are not so much the reflection of its contradictions, but rather of its complementarity. read more

Broken Fingaz – Safe Troubles

Posted by Fabio 26 April 2019

Art collective Broken Fingaz are back in Rome, with a solo exhibition of new works at Varsi gallery. Safe Troubles features an entirely new body of experimental oil paintings by Deso, Tant and Unga, who have turned their attention inwards, to look at their personal surroundings read more

citylikeyou: Interview with Brendan Fernandes

Posted by Fabio 25 April 2019

Chicago based visual artist Brendan Fernandes spoke to us about art, creativity, and living and working in Chicago. Plus a selection of his favourite places.

Read full interview here


Caroline Denervaud 1st Personal Exhibition in France

Posted by Fabio 11 April 2019

La Galerie Double V presents the 1st personal exhibition in France by Swiss artist, Caroline Denervaud. Curated by Emmanuelle Oddo.

Caroline Denervaud
La Galerie Double V, Marseille
Until May 19, 2019

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

Posted by Fabio 10 April 2019

Step inside the world of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. The exhibition tells the story of Stanley Kubrick the obsessive genius, exploring his unique command of the creative design process of film making, from storyteller to director to editor. read more

Joan Cornellà: I’m Good Thanks

Posted by Fabio 1 April 2019

Renowned Catalan artist Joan Cornellà returns to London with a series of new works, inviting us to once again peer into his dystopic vision of contemporary life. Having amassed over 7 million followers on social media, Cornellà has achieved global acclaim through his instantly recognisable mix of pitch-black humour and deeply unsettling imagery. read more