Spaces for species (and pieces) is Rosa Barba’s first monographic exhibition in a German museum, the Staatliche Kunstsmmlungen in Dresden. (more…)
This Sunday, 29 November, from 1pm to evening, the traveling exhibitions project There is No Place Like Home presents the third installment at Via di Valle Aurelia 27.
Raum, Xing’s headquarters in Bologna, is a space dedicated to the support of contemporary cultural production. Its challenge is primarily aimed at italian artists who meet and collaborate, often for the first time, solicited by unusual production occasions; while international artists are invited to present works from the panorama of contemporary creation, introducing materials and experiences that facilitate the circulation of ideas. (more…)
This exhibition catalogue, which accompanies the first Italian retrospective on the photographic activity of American artist Cy Twombly at the American Academy in Rome – curated by Peter Benson Miller – includes a plethora of photographs of still lives of fruit and flowers, portraits and fragments of landscapes that constitute visual and formal notes as well as considerations on the nature or ontology of everyday objects. This rich corpus of evocative imagery provides us with insight into the artist’s daily operations in his studio as well as glimpses of a parallel intimate, private life.
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Annually, at the end of November, Amsterdam Art Weekend and RijksakademieOPEN mark the most celebrated event for contemporary art in the Dutch capital. The city is transformed into an international meeting point for professionals operating in the field of contemporary art and the general public. Taking place from the 26th to the 29th of November this year, Amsterdam Art Weekend is an extensive program of over 0ver 90 exhibitions, performances, screenings and conversations, in which more than 50 of Amsterdam’s art venues showcase the most recent developments in contemporary art. (more…)
In collaboration with the Institute for Comparative Modernities at Cornell University and the Visual Cultures Program at the American University in Cairo (AUC), Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) will be organising an international conference entitled The Egyptian Surrealists in Global Perspective from November 26–28, 2015. (more…)