To inaugurate the artistic season and the Apertura Madrid gallery weekend,
Michel Soskine Inc. is extremely pleased to present Emblems and Ornaments, an exhibition by José Miguel Pereñíguez (b. Sevilla
When planning your visit to the fair, consider booking one of our guided tours, which will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of the works on display by 273 of the world's leading galleries.
GR Gallery is pleased to announce - BLUE STROKES - a groundbreaking group exhibition showcasing multi-talented artists from different states of Africa.
After being unveiled at South Korea's Busan Biennale in 2020, a set of eight new large blue paintings, Partages I -VIII, and an interactive installation by the Cameroonian artist Barthélemy Toguo are p
Over the past decade, Ursuţa has gained recognition for her inventive sculptural work that mines the darker undercurrents of contemporary society.
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao has just presented P.U.P.P.Y., a rap composed and performed by Bilbao-born MC Gransan in the context of the crowdfunding campaign launched for the restoration of Jeff Koons
With music as his sword and shield like a knight in shining armor, Adalberto Alvarez found in the 'son' the soundtrack of his life, until he breathed his last breath on Wednesday, at the age of 72.
Modern Haitian Sculpture Highlights A Revolution
For the first time in Switzerland, the work of the Turner Prize winner Charlotte Prodger can be encountered at the Kunst Museum Winterthur.
Camille Pissarro. The Studio of Modernism pays tribute to Pissarro, whose achievements have often been overshadowed by his more prominent peers.
The Kingdom of this World and two other classics by Cuban writer Alejo Carpentier are back in China today thanks to a project launched in Shanghai city.
Reconcilaciones, an exhibition of drawings and new prints by Oaxacan artist Alberto Cruz
The Festival presents its environmental diagnosis, result of an external audit to study the source of its environmental footprint and what to do about it.
Visual artist and filmmaker Emilija Škarnulytė (b. 1987, Vilnius, Lithuania) researches the psychological power wielded on us by our environment.