A free show simply titled “WOMEN: New Portraits” by photographer Annie Leibovitz is now open in London as the first stage of a 10-city world tour.
Art Basel has announced that it will unveil a new large-scale public installation by renowned Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima during its Hong Kong show in March 2016.
Izumi Kato opens his first U.S. solo exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in New York on January 7, almost exactly two years after his first one-man showcase outside his native Japan.
Multifaceted installation by Singapore-based Malaysian artist, curator, and writer Heman Chong spans a wide variety of mediums and techniques.
Some of the most interesting solo exhibitions during the upcoming Singapore Art Week will be helmed by female artists.
The verbiage surrounding Humphries’s large-scale abstract paintings might lead you to believe that she’s an artist consumed by seductive special effects.
Swiss artist John Armleder has produced a Christmas theme for La Rinascente, the department store in Milan’s Piazza Duomo.
“Space Shuttle in the Garden” at HangarBicocca in Milan is the first solo exhibition in Italy by Kosovar artist Petrit Halilaj.
Jana Euler’s show at Galerie Neu in Berlin is a collection of paintings which examines the formation of the artist’s identity as well as the representation of women in art.
Design Miami/ is a bit like heaven for interior designers. It’s a massive white tent, housing hundreds of masterworks from the world’s best designers.
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