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Franz Grabmayr, Sandgrube Sammlung Horst Pirker C Bildrecht Wien

Albertina: Franz Grabmayr

Franz Grabmayr’s motifs are the elements: water, fire, heaven, earth. Nature is his home: rivers and rocks, roots and trees, haystacks and sand pits.
Leonardo Drew, Number 408

Leonardo Drew. Ubiquity

For over three decades, Leonardo Drew has become known for creating contemplative abstract sculptural works that play upon a tension between order and chaos. At once monumental and intimate in scale, h
Jean Cocteau, Fear Giving Wings to Courage (La Peur donnant des ailes au courage), 1938, graphite, chalk, and crayon on cotton, 154,9 x 272,1 cm. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of Mr. Cornelius Ruxton Love Jr © Adagp/Comité Cocteau, Paris, by SIAE 2024.

Jean Cocteau: The Juggler’s Revenge

From April 13 through September 16, 2024, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection presents Jean Cocteau: The Juggler’s Revenge, the largest retrospective ever organized in Italy dedicated to Jean Cocteau (1889
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Armand Boua celebrates the unseen!

Boua's work has been notably selected for the Dakar Biennale in 2010 and 2022, as well as the Venice Biennale in 2022. His pieces find residence in prestigious collections worldwide, including the Minn
Copyright © Gabriela Golder, Cartas / Letters, 2018 (Filmstill)

Gabriela Golder @ Sol LeWitt's Wall. Performed

Letters that connect two people on two sides of unsurmountable walls: these are the basis of the intervention by Gabriela Golder in the exhibition Sol LeWitt's Wall. Performed. They report of a life in
James Lee Byars, The Door of Innocence, 1986-1989 (foreground) and The Figure Question is the Room, 1986 (background). View of the exhibition in Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milán, 2023. Courtesy of Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milán. Photograph: Agostino Osio

James Lee Byars. Perfect Is the Question

This exhibition brings together a major ensemble of works by James Lee Byars (Detroit, Michigan, 1932 – Cairo, 1997), one of the most enigmatic and distinctive figures in twentieth-century art, to rend
Tuan Andrew Nguyen, 2023 Joan Miró Prize. Photo Pep Herrero © Fundació Joan Miró

Fundació Joan Miró. Tuan Andrew Nguyen

The Fundació Joan Miró presents the first solo exhibition in Spain by Vietnamese-American artist Tuan Andrew Nguyen (Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1976), winner of the eighth edition of the Joan
Michelangelo Pistoletto, Venere degli stracci (Venus of the rags), 1967, concrete, rags, 190 x 240 x 140 cm, courtesy: the artist and GALLERIA CONTINUA, Photographer: Oak Taylor-Smith.

Michelangelo Pistoletto "The Preventive Peace"

A new solo show by Michelangelo Pistoletto "The Preventive Peace" opens on the 10th of May at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, curated by Maja Kolarić. 
Harold Cohen's AI Artmaking Program

Closing Soon: Harold Cohen's AI Artmaking Program

As artificial intelligence tools for image creation enter the mainstream with text-to-image software such as DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion, Harold Cohen: AARON examines the historical founda
GR gallery: 'Transfiguration'

GR gallery: 'Transfiguration'

GR gallery is pleased to announce ‘Transfiguration’, a group exhibition of new and recent works by Atreyu Moniaga, Dalya Moumina, Karen Shiozawa and Mayuka Yamamoto, presenting five artworks each at th