The Modern Institute was founded in Glasgow in 1997. The gallery works with internationally established and emerging artists including Martin Boyce, Jim Lambie, Richard Wright, Anne Collier, Cathy Wilkes, Simon Starling, Urs Fischer, Luke Fowler and Nicolas Party.Read More
Working on both public and private shows with the artists worldwide, The Modern Institute hosts a yearly programme across its two spaces in Glasgow, as well as participating in major art fairs. The gallery regularly curates projects internationally and annually publishes artist books and monographs.
Nicolas Party's first major solo exhibition at a European museum, Rovine, is currently on view in Switzerland at Museo d'Arte della Svizzera Italiana (MASI). In partnership with MASI, this Ocula photolog presents highlights from the show, including the artist's large site-specific murals, intriguing polychrome sculptures and luminous pastel...
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We select a handful of favourites from Frieze London, where over 150 galleries will present contemporary art from across the globe.
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With a spattering of institutional shows this year, Nicolas Party's eye-popping installations draw equal acclaim with audience in Asia, Europe and the US.
Ocula Advisory present a selection of highlights on view in OVR: Portals—the first curator-led edition of Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms.
The group exhibition 'analog histories in primary colors' at neugerriemschneider—featuring work by Mike Nelson, Sharon Lockhart and Simon Starling—is a contemplative exploration of the temporal natu
In March, the National Gallery of Australia will unveil its most recent significant international purchase, Francesco (2017), a sculptural portrait by Urs Fischer of respected Italian art curator Fr
The Swiss artist Urs Fischer has returned to The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, which first presented a solo show of his work in 2010, with ERROR, a surreal landscape of sculptures, paintings, a
In March 2019, the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) acquired Urs Fischer’s four-metre red wax sculpture, Francesco (2017), for their permanent collection. With wicks running through its wax frame
On the occasion of the artist's exhibition, Vision Paintings, at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium (22 April—1 August 2021).
Virtual walkthrough with Anna Duque y González and Dr. Nina Koidl-Weidemann of the group exhibition Infinite Games... 2 at Capitain Petzel, Berlin. The show features works by Jadé Fadojutimi, [Ximen
In concurrence with the exhibition Swap, on view from 6 March to 3 April 2021 at Xavier Hufkens, Brussels. Filmed and edited by Jason Evans.
Nicolas Party talks with Eric Troncy on the occasion of his exhibition Grotto at Xavier Hufkens, Brussels (15 November—21 December 2019).