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ArtMay 26, 2020
Homesickness and identity

Visit the artist’s new online exhibition, “Tigre y paloma”, at NYC’s 1969 Gallery, where she reexamines her identity and copes with nostalgia and sadness.

ArtMay 22, 2020
Piercing eyes and mysterious girls

With a career spanning over 30 years, Nara is one of the most famous artists in the world. Phaidon celebrates his work with a comprehensive monograph book.

ArtMay 20, 2020
Gucci explores otherness

Seoul’s Daelim Museum hosts this exhibition powered by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele exploring otherness while also inviting independent art spaces.

ArtMay 19, 2020
An extension of reality

She’s paired up Jackie Kennedy with Lana del Rey, imagined human septum rings, and created elves, fairies and more. Meet the artist killing it on Instagram.

Art - PhotographyMay 19, 2020
Selfies by artists

Tired of taking selfies and using every face filter under the sun? Check this online exhibition by Christine König gallery exploring artists’ self-portraits.

ArtMay 14, 2020
Finding alternatives online

As Covid-19 has put everything on a standstill, 17 art galleries from the broader south-eastern European region participate in this week-long digital event.

ArtMay 12, 2020
When the rest is boring, go paint

Welcome to a land populated by tin robots, doughnuts, The Wizard of Oz and lovely kitties. Sounds cool, right? We meet its creator, painter Eric Joyner.

ArtMay 05, 2020
Building a personal mythology

Meet the LA-based painter and the particular protagonists of his work: hybrid beings called Border Creatures and Specters that live in a post-human utopia.

ArtApril 29, 2020
We didn’t start the fire

Humankind remains the same; it was always burning. One guy wrote a song about it, another wrote a novel. Alexey Kondakov makes revelatory collages instead.

ArtApril 27, 2020
Let there be light

Six American artists including Kenny Scharf explore neon light as a medium in this exhibition at Martin Asbæk gallery in Copenhagen, on view until June 13.

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