Yes. Monumenta 2016 at Grand Palais, Paris, is over. But some thoughts came out about the majestic installation of Huang Yong Ping, Empires, especially designed for the exhibition and shaped as a monumental reflection on the capitalist reality.
"To become truly immortal a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere. But once these barriers are broken it will enter the regions of childhood vision and dream."
The exhibition FRACTURES: The Multi-faceted Side of Unity (March 20 – March 28, 2016), is on show at the Scuderie Aldobrandini museum in Frascati (Rome), an historical 17th century building right in the heart of the city. A perfect example of the city's ability to
Yes. It's true. Andy Warhol made pop images and icons reach their climax. Exploring the boundaries between product, production, and reproduction, Warhol was a master when it comes to put the viewer in front of the pure image of advertisements and media culture. Warhol not
Shown until 14th February, "Impressionist and Modern. Masterworks from The Phillips Collection" is not the classical art-history-teaching exhibition, nor the chronological table of artistic techniques, but a visual set of personal sensations and thoughts
The entire YBA generation appears throughout the pages of this easily-readable book as seen through the jocose but attentive eye of Gregor Muir – today running the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London.
A site-specific project of stained-glass windows – doubtlessly magnificent and sensational – is what the exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in Rome (shown until November 10) revolves around. However, Richard Wright’s corpus of watercolors and typographical interventions - displayed onto a table at the center
After years of struggles asking permits to the institutions, especially to the Comune di Roma, the South African artist William Kentridge finally succeeded to see the opening of his monumental installation piece approaching, revealing the function that the title clearly expresses: Triumphs and Laments: A