Posted by Fabio 15 June 2011

“Levitation” from 2010 by Danish artist Søren Engsted.


Tzu-chi Yeh

Posted by Fabio 15 June 2011

Native of Meixian, Guangdong, Tzu-chi Yeh was born 1957 in Yuli, Hualien county, Taiwan. He acquired his master’s degree in the Institute of Fine Arts, City University of New York, Brooklyn, USA in 1989.

Tzu-chi Yeh

Beth Höeckel

Posted by Fabio 7 June 2011

Much of the work of Baltimore based artist Beth Höeckel is figurative and landscape oriented and recalls surreal dreamscapes and whimsical illusions. Through Hoeckel’s collage and mixed media painting and drawing, she conjures a vividly beautiful and mysterious world beyond our wildest imagination.


Mark Leckey – SEE, WE ASSEMBLE

Posted by Fabio 7 June 2011

The Serpentine Gallery presents a new exhibition conceived by Mark Leckey. In a multi-disciplinary practice that encompasses sculpture, sound, film and performance, Leckey explores the potential of the human imagination to appropriate and to animate a concept, an object or an environment. read more

The Stuff of Nightmares

Posted by Fabio 2 June 2011

For The Stuff of Nightmares, the V&A Museum of Childhood’s Front Room Gallery will be transformed into a sinister forest where anything might happen, the dark setting for a re-telling of The Brothers Grimm’s Fundevogel, a tale of abduction, fear, evil old women, revenge and ultimately, friendship. read more

Venice Biennale – 54th International Art Exhibition

Posted by Fabio 1 June 2011

The 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale will take place in June 2011, directed by the art historian and critic Bice Curige. Bice Curiger is an art historian, critic and curator of international exhibitions. Her curatorial activity at Kunsthaus Zurich parallels her important work in the publishing sector. read more

Tom Ngo

Posted by Fabio 30 May 2011

Any Give Day (gouache on gypsum) by Toronto based artist Tom Ngo.


The Vorticists

Posted by Fabio 29 May 2011

The Vorticists Manifesto for a Modern World

14 June – 4 September 2011

Tate Britain
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG