Gallery Weekend Berlin launches its second event of the year with galleries presenting artists whose work is lesser known to the broader public.
Part of a series focusing on the world's best art sites, this Photolog features images from Benesse Art Site on the small islands of Naoshima, Teshima and Inujima in Japan. It brings together contemporary art and architecture in resonance with the pristine nature of the Seto Inland Sea region. Throughout the islands, artworks are exhibited inside...
Since Beijing-based UCCA Center for Contemporary Art announced a new satellite museum in 2019, the opening of UCCA Edge in Shanghai has been hotly anticipated.
Rising star Derek Fordjour discusses his latest solo exhibition at Pond Society in Shanghai.
Ahn Kyuchul's retrospective exhibition at Kukje Gallery reflects on three decades of investigating and confronting art's relevance in the world.
White Cube, Lehmann Maupin, and Almine Rech are among the global galleries heading for the hills this summer.
Ocula Magazine previews a selection of highlights showing with galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong, running between 19 and 23 May 2021.
The exhibition is a who's who of the city's artists, with some surprising international inclusions.
Featuring 13 artists, Esther Schipper's latest group exhibition is a braiding of fantasy and foreboding.
Ocula Magazine selects 12 exhibition highlights from the 17th Gallery Weekend Berlin, running between 30 April and 2 May 2021.
Artist Biraaj Dodiya and collector Udit Bhambri on the different ways that art can be experienced.
Now in its third instalment, DESERT X 2021 is among the first major art events to return to the region since California went into lockdown last year.
With works by over 40 artists including Kimsooja and Shazia Sikander, Vivian Chui reviews the first Asia Society Triennial in New York.
Ocula Advisory highlights ten artworks showing in Frieze Viewing Room.
First launched in 2012, Gallery Weekend Berlin returns this year between 11 and 13 September 2020.
Several galleries have chosen to show works they either couldn't have realised in a booth or look just as enticing on a device.
For its 18th edition in Miami Beach, 269 leading international modern and contemporary art galleries from across the world exhibited artworks by over 4,000 artists.
RoseLee Goldberg discusses the history of performance art and her ongoing support of artists in realising ambitious live performance work through the Performa Biennial, which is set to launch its eighth edition in New York on 1 November.
For three months, Frieze Sculpture (3 July—6 October) transforms Regent's Park, [London], into an open gallery with sculptures by artists from all over the world. This year's edition is again cura
Diana Campbell Betancourt, artistic director of the Samdani Foundation and chief curator of the Dhaka Art Summit, discusses her curatorial practice, including her curated group show Fabric(ated) Fractures, currently on view at Alserkal Avenue in Dubai.
[The Armory Show] opens to the public on 7 March (running to 10 March 2019)—just about a week after the fair relocated a portion of its 194 exhibitors due to structural issues found in Pier 92, fo
At 53, Belgian artist [Wim Delvoye] continues to employ the shock factor with abandon. Moving between the sacred and the profane, inflections of gothic drama and high technology imbue the artist's
In Art Basel's American show, leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa show significant work from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well as the new generation of emerging stars. Photography by Charles Roussel.
'We are all a part of consumerism, but you can either be part of it in a dumb way, or you can be part of it in a fairly independent way. I'd like to make people insecure.' –Wim Delvoye