Must see  -  Exhibitions

Eleven Steens: the emphasis on the materials

Located south of Brussels, Saint-Gilles is one of the liveliest districts and the most beloved by artists. Also, since spring 2019, that’s where the public can explore Eleven Steens, a […]

‘Utopian Imagination’: exploring the future at the Ford Foundation Gallery

Having opened in March of this year, New York’s Ford Foundation Gallery has recently kicked off ‘Utopian Imagination,’ an exhibition which will round out the gallery’s first year of shows. […]

Rediscover Marie Raymond’s luminous canvases at Diane de Polignac

“A painting is harmony, order, balance, created among the chaos of the colored world”, said Marie Raymond. For the first time in too many years, the exhibition “To the Light” […]

‘Michelangelo: Mind of the Master’ highlights his creative process through more than 50 drawings

In an exhibition of works by Michelangelo (1475-1564), entitled ‘Michelangelo: Mind of the Master,’ a loan of drawings that were once a part of Queen Christina of Sweden’s (1626-1689) collection […]

‘Boomerang’: an exhibition taking a contemporary look at ancient India

Boomerangs today are most associated with Instagram. The quick videos that play through, rewind, and play through again, on repeat, for just a few seconds. Basically, it’s a video that […]

Painter Maria Helena Vieira da Silva’s poetic works in Paris

“I look at the street and at people walking on foot with different appearances advancing at different speeds,” said Portuguese-born abstractionist Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (1908 – 1992), a […]

’William Blake’ at Tate Britain is unique, wonderful, sometimes odd, and a must see

Following William Blake’s rather unsuccessful exhibition in 1809, the Examiner reported his works to be ‘[a] farrago of nonsense, unintelligibleness, and egregious vanity, the wild effusions of a distempered brain.’ […]