It is only in recent years that the artist's kaleidoscopic paintings have found an international following.
With an exhibition at the New Museum, Lynn Hershman Leeson traces her experiences working in uncharted territories.
Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland, and Hans Ulrich Obrist's new graphic novel The Extreme Self attempts to track the accelerated hieroglyphs of the emoji age.
Booths shared between Japanese and international galleries will be distributed in a seemingly random way, creating exhibition hall 'back alleys' for private discussions and deals.
Frank Gehry, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Tom Eccles, and dozens of leading contemporary artists were enlisted in the execution of Hoffmann's vision.
Pandemic misery finds company in artworks responding to the Fukushima disaster, the Christchurch earthquake, and other calamities stretching back 3.2 billion years.
Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator of the Arts Council Collection, discusses the touring exhibition Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945.
The 12th Taipei Biennial is imagined as a galaxy of interconnected 'planets', which offer different ways to understand and rethink life on earth.
Images of every artwork in the exhibition will appear online, along with artist profiles and more.
The Ocula Advisory team select six highlights from Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair's 8th edition.
Exhibited by Hauser & Wirth, the works are made using an fMRI machine and artificial intelligence.
Maureen Paley reflects on the evolution of her gallery, which she opened in the front room of her Victorian terraced house in 1984 after moving to London from her native East Coast of the United States.
As Taipei Dangdai returns for its second edition, we list a selection of shows across the city.
Pierre Huyghe discusses his approach to directing the second edition of the Okayama Art Summit, where he created an exhibition that was formulated as a porous, 'living entity'.
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.
There has been a flurry of triennial and biennial activity in Japan, including Pierre Huyghe's Okayama Art Summit.
'Frieze London brings together more than 160 galleries from 36 countries, representing the fair's most international edition since its launch. Introducing new curators and sections showcasing performa
Mohammad Salemy reviews the 58th Venice Biennale, May You Live In Interesting Times (11 May–24 November 2019), where 'Lithuania demonstrated how it is possible to be both socially relevant while pulling off one of the most likeable national pavilions in recent memory.'
The highly anticipated seventh edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong brought together 242 leading galleries, presenting a unique overview of the diverse art scenes across Asia and beyond.
'Frieze London 2018 showcases the best of international contemporary art, with a discerning selection of around 160 galleries presenting their most forward-thinking artists and imaginative presentatio
A Journey That Wasn't showcases 55 artworks from the permanent collection of The Broad in [Los Angeles], some of which are on view for the first time (30 June 2018–10 February 2019). Located in
There's no better way to kick off a marathon week of art fairs and other related activities than to hear a living artist discuss their new work: a reminder of what's at the very core of the art world, and it's not just the buying and selling, but the opportunity to have a dialogue with art.
Featuring more than 190 galleries from 30 countries, Frieze New York 2018 returns to Randall’s Island Park.
'The sixth edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong brought together a uniquely global mix of galleries spanning six continents, outstanding artworks by established and new artists from across theworld and a