Annette Messager’s imaginary love affair with Giacometti

A surprising, often subversive carte blanche on view at the Giacometti Institute through January 13, 2019, pairs works by contemporary French artist Annette Messager with those by Swiss sculptor Alberto […]

Postrauma – Coping in a post-capitalist society

How does a post-capitalist society cope with trauma?  An exhibition that opened last Friday is giving a pessimistic, almost drab answer to that question in Santiago. Jorge Brantmayer, Victor Castillo, Catalina Gonazalez, Angie Saiz, and Joaquin Segura […]

‘The Condition of Being Here’: a retrospective of Jasper Johns drawings

The Menil Drawing Institute in Houston has recently opened an exhibition of drawings by American artist Jasper Johns celebrating both his dedication as a draftsman and a forthcoming catalogue of […]

Roberto Longhi: the eye and the verb

What a lucky group of Roman schoolboys there must have been at the start of the 20th century! They were the ones that the lectures currently compiled under the title […]

Charbon : the night that burns

Charbon, which translates into English as coal is, above all, a beautiful thing, a beautiful black thing that shines and burns like the material that bears its name. Charbon is […]

Christine Ay Tjoe’s debut solo show at White Cube

Indonesian artist Christine Ay Tjoe has recently opened an exhibition of new works at White Cube’s Bermondsey gallery. The exhibition, titled ‘Black, kcalB, Black, kcalB’, is her debut solo show […]

Material Fair releases exhibitor list for their ‘optimistic’ 2019 fair

While artists, critics, collectors, and art enthusiasts descend upon Miami, the exhibitors list has been released for 2019’s Material Fair. The sixth edition of the fair makes an early mark […]