Exhibition view: Johanna Dumet, La vie en rouge, KÖNIG GALERIE, Chapel, Berlin (6 November–17 December 2021). Courtesy KÖNIG GALERIE. Photo: © Roman März.
The forward-thinking dslcollection is experimenting not just with NFTs but also VR worlds and art-centred video games.
Phase Shifting Index, Jeremy Shaw's monumental video installation submerges viewers in a rich and complex future world.
Galleries were positive about the engagement from local collectors when the world's oldest art fair finally took place this week.
Entitled CHAOS : CALM, the exhibition seeks to reflect the turbulence, trauma, and angst experienced during the pandemic.
We select our favourite works from Art Basel Miami Beach, which returns in full force after its 2020 cancellation.
Ocula's Advisory team select their favourite works from West Bund Art & Design and Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair.
Turner Prize winner Helen Marten recently presented an immersive solo show at Sadie Coles HQ.
Ocula Advisory present a selection of highlights on view in OVR: Portals—the first curator-led edition of Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms.
Known for confronting the laws of physics, the Polish-German artist builds a planetary sculpture and ponders our place in the universe
Late one Friday night in the middle of August, I stood on the deck of a ferry departing from the glowing environs of New York and was lucky enough to glance up from my phone in time to catch the inscr
The sculptures of artist-collaborators and former lovers Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have always reflected upon the company they keep, from the biennial circuit to the art fair jet-set, casting
10 questions to Norbert Bisky for the show UNREST in Lausanne
Mecánica de lo inestable (6 February–9 May 2018) presents two recent groups of sculptural works by Jose Dávila. The title of the exhibition works as a haiku, demonstrating the conflictive relationsh
Tatiana Trouvé House of Leaves March 20—May 17, 2017 Perrotin, Hong Kong
Using a loose but virtuoso drawing style, he tells the second part of the story of Isaac Weiss (the first part was shown earlier this year at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague), a fictive alter ego who