“Portrait of Jennie” at Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zürich

7 December 2017

Der Tagesbogen, Courtesy the artist


Kunstraum Walcheturm hosts Marco Fedele di Catrano and Vitaly Patsyukov project and book launch Portrait of Jennie.

Taking its title from a novel by the American author Robert Nathan–in which the main character, an artist, faces the impossibility of drawing a portrait of a young girl due to her death–Portrait of Jennie is born within a shared space between the artist Marco Fedele di Catrano and the curator Vitaly Patsyukov, (more…)

Matteo Nasini “Il Giardino Perduto” at Operativa Arte Contemporanea, Roma

6 December 2017

Matteo Nasini, Il Giardino Perduto, Exhibition detail
Courtesy Operativa, Rome


Operativa Arte Contemporanea presents Il Giardino Perduto, a new solo exhibition by Matteo Nasini on his ongoing reflection on the idea of landscape. (more…)

“Blackout” at Corner College, Zurich

5 December 2017

Petra Köhle, Archive Blackout, 2017


The Art Work(Ers) research group of the ECAV–École cantonale d’art du Valais/Sierre will exhibit the result of their efforts at the Corner College in Zurich, curated by Robert Ireland, Petra Köhle and Federica Martini. (more…)

Massimo Bartolini “Atlante Occidentale, Daniele Del Giudice, Einaudi Tascabili, 1998, p. 78″ at Magazzino, Rome

29 November 2017

My Seventh Hommage: La montaigne (detail)
Courtesy Magazzino


Magazzino presents Massimo Bartolini’s fifth solo exhibition at the gallery. Following his exhibitions in 2002, 2004, 2009 and 2014, this show focuses on new works, especially created for this occasion. (more…)

“Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017″ at Kunsthalle Wien

28 November 2017

Installation view Kunsthalle Wien © Jorit Aust


Kunsthalle Wien presents Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017. The multi-part exhibition project explores the potentials of publishing–in the form of books, magazines, journals, artistic interventions, websites–as a particular medium and context both to circulate information, knowledge–and to produce art. (more…)

“Long Live the Revolution” at Wunderkammern, Rome

21 November 2017

Paolo Buggiani, Accensione di sole e nuvole, Erchie, 2016
Photo credit: Cinzia Sarto


Wunderkammern presents Long live the revolution, a collective exhibition by artists Tomaso Binga, Paolo Buggiani, Richard Hambleton, Keith Haring and Ken Hiratsuka. (more…)