Ocula Founder and Advisory Director Simon Fisher highlights _Omega Net_ from Matthew Barney'ssolo exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ.
Ocula Advisory selects three highlights from Sotheby's Contemporary Art Day Auction: Online on 18 November 2020\.
With his work on view as part of Vienna Art Week, Ocula Advisory checked in with Erwin Wurm to find out what he has been working on during the lockdown.
Graduating from Hongik University in Seoul in 1959, Ha Chong-Hyun was at the forefront of a generation of artists seeking to define what it meant to be avantgarde in a country weighed down by Japanese imperialism and suffering from the ravages of war.
At Hauser & Wirth Somerset, the playful and provocative practices of American artists Lee Lozano and Nicole Eisenman are drawn together in two exhibitions, running until 10 January 2021
In her miniature vanities paintings, Sanam Khatibi reflects on the empty pursuit of goods and pleasures, as well as the transience of life.
Lahore-born New Yorker, Salman Toor, is of the most exciting new figurative painters to have emerged over the last few years
In this inkjet print by Wolfgang Tillmans, a sheet of photographic paper is transformed into a voluminous, almost liquid state.
Poetry and text feed into Douard's sculptures as vital components, shaping the meaning of his objects and their surroundings.
This print by Judy Chicago was developed from a series of embroidery and paintings dedicated to the multifaceted experiences of giving birth.
Kasmin Gallery presents Brancusi's timeless sculpture, _Jeune Fille sophistiquée (Portrait de Nancy Cunard)_ (1928–1932), at Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair.
Appearing like threatening relics from a turbulent past, Günther Uecker's sculptures at Lévy Gorvy are extraordinarily tactile.
Fragments from different times and places are assembled and recontextualised within the framework of Varejão's painting.
Known as the father of Spatialism, Argentine-Italian artist Fontana worked with a variety of materials and techniques to experiment with and pioneer conceptual limits in art.
Luc Tuymans' work engages with the world in a way that defies traditional narratives and histories to instead 'start from something real'.
Mendes Wood DM announce representation of the young Czech painter, Vojtěch Kovařík.
Each object or shape of recognition is twisted or merged into another, with Fecteau's use of colour playfully intersecting this apparent malleability.
Qian Jiahua's paintings tease out natural sensations and memories from within us.
Meekyoung Shin's vases probe us to question how cultural displacement affects interpretation and appreciation.
Moving far beyond the immediacy of hyperrealist trompe l'oeil effects, Tschang-Yeul's paintings reveal a powerfully meditative atmosphere.
This fabric work by Louise Bourgeois is a potent evocation of the traumas of motherhood and childbearing
Giacometti's obsessive technique of whittling the figure down to a delicate yet domineering presence is conveyed perfectly in this sculpture.