All posts by "Michela Canessa"

The artist Charles Lim will represent Singapore at the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia. SEA STATE, curated by Shabbir Hussain Mustafa, is a project in nine parts, initiated in 2005 by the artist with the premise of inverting perceptions of sea and land on the island of Singapore. In Venice visitors will […]

The Ruya Foundation for Contemporary Culture in Iraq (Ruya) presents Invisible Beauty. The exhibition at Iraq Pavilion will feature five contemporary artists from across Iraq and the diaspora: photographers Latif Al Ani and Akam Shex Hadi, visual artist Rabab Ghazoul, ceramicist and sculptor Salam Atta Sabri and painter Haider Jabbar. The artists will present new works that have been […]

Visiting the exhibition Something Strange This Way at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum the public will have a chance to see six extraordinary multimedia installations by the internationally renowned Canadian artist duo Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller. The art duo is known as artists devoted to the medium of sound. Many of us will have experienced, or heard about, their […]

Swiss artist Pamela Rosenkranz (b.1979) has been selected to create the exhibition at the Swiss Pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition. For her exhibition titled Our Product the artist has teamed up with the German curator Susanne Pfeffer, director of the Fridericianum in Kassel. Rosenkranz’ works reflect on history, politics and philosophy, but also include references to […]

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents Recent Ouija, the first solo exhibition of British artist Ed Atkins in the Netherlands (February 21 – May 31, 2015). For the exhibition the artist has transformed the 1100-square-meter lower-level gallery in the Stedelijk’s new wing into an immersive environment of monumental video projections, soundscapes, collages, and drawings. Read more about the exhibition

Secret Power is Simon Denny’s project for New Zealand Pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition. The exhibition will address the intersection of knowledge and geography in the post-Snowden world. It will investigate new and obsolete languages for describing geo-political space, focusing on the roles played by technology and design. The 2015 New Zealand Pavilion will be split across two […]

Shirin Neshat: The Home of My Eyes is the exhibition that will mark the opening of YARAT Contemporary Art Centre in Baku on 24 March 2015. Also on view will be an exhibition from YARAT’s permanent collection, with work by artists from the Caucasus, Central Asia and neighbouring countries alongside work by international artists whose work has a resonance with Azerbaijan. The collection […]

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents Recent Ouija, the first solo exhibition of British artist Ed Atkins in the Netherlands. For the exhibition the artist has transformed the 1100-square-meter lower-level gallery in the Stedelijk’s new wing into an immersive environment of monumental video projections, soundscapes, collages, and drawings. Recent Ouija references the peculiar allure and uses of the Ouija board, a […]

Norway‘s contribution to the 56th International Art Exhibition will be developed by the artist Camille Norment. The project titled Rapture, commisioned by the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), will be inspired by states of harmony and dissonance—sonic, cultural and individual. The artist will explore the socio-political encoding of sound past and present as well as […]

The Belgian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Art Biennale presents the work of the Belgian artist Vincent Meessen, together with international guest artists. The artist’s project moves away from the traditional format of a solo show and opens up the Pavilion to include multiple positions and voices. The title, Personne et les autres, is borrowed from […]