British photographer and director Rankin is lobbying against the culture of selfie by calling all creative minds to give fresh and interesting ideas of self-portraiture photography.
P Gerard Barker is one of those photographers that use old-school cameras, smartphones and apps to create different and unique art works. Food for thought is a series that aims to make art accessible by installing artworks in non-gallery environments.
WhitechapelGallery in London is proud to announce that the sixth artist to win the Art Icon award 2019 is Rachel Whiteread, with her unique sculptures.
Looking for A dream explores the true meaning of the American Dream, always suspended between desire and reality, illusion and disappointment, hope and success, between present and future. Living in America means living a suspended reality, sometimes far from the daily life you were used to coming from somewhere else in the world but deeply metaphorical […]
Tabari artspace, based in Dubai, presents Hungry for Home, an exhibition of drawings by Samah Shihadi accompanied by Ranya Tabari Idliby's words.
Opening on the 18th October, The Orange Garden in Rome presents Squid Dinner by Giovanni Vetere, an exhibition on water and its relationship with humans.
There was no better way to end my summer than in Copenhagen, a vibrant city known for its creativity, design, boundary-pushing cuisine, and for being a polestar of progress when it comes to art. With only a recent history of art fairs, it is remarkable that the Scandinavian capital is now home to not just […]
At its 14th edition, Gallery Weekend turned the German capital into an art fest. Across Berlin, during the three-day event, officially 47 galleries, museums, and private collections opened their doors to the public. In parallel, new exhibition spaces were celebrating their inauguration, while private and public events, dinners, and parties would fill the agenda.
Due from March to May, Circulation(s) Festival will take place in Paris at Centquatre and it will feature young photographers from all over Europe, who will use the festival as a springboard for their career.
From February to March will take place El Beit art exhibition at Tabari Artspace, featuring through art the conflict in Palestine and the consequential lost of identity.