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...
Ahn Kyuchul's retrospective exhibition at Kukje Gallery reflects on three decades of investigating and confronting art's relevance in the world.
No other work came close, but sales in the six-figure range were strong.
Ocula Magazine previews a selection of highlights showing with galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong, running between 19 and 23 May 2021.
Ocula Magazine selects 12 exhibition highlights from the 17th Gallery Weekend Berlin, running between 30 April and 2 May 2021.
Fifty-nine participants have been named for the event, which takes inspiration from the legal personhood granted to rivers, parks, and mountains in recent years.
Ocula's editors select their picks from OVR: Pioneers, Art Basel's online platform featuring artists who have forged new trajectories in art.
A new venue is being sought for the work following violent protests in the wake of President Trump's election defeat.
Niklas Svennung and Chantal Crousel reflect on the gallery's history and future projects.
Leading global galleries Perrotin, Templon and Almine Rech are among those joining the fair for the first time.
The Royal Academy described the decision as regrettable.
The Ocula team present picks from Taipei Connections, an online platform launched by Ocula and Taipei Dangdai.
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.
The time is ripe to galvanise New Zealand's public to more fully support its visual arts.
'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
Among the now internationally acclaimed Dansaekhwa artists, [Ha Chong-Hyun] (b. South Korea, 1935) is notable for his undeniable influence on the shifting landscape of Korean art in the 1960s and '
Following on from the spectacle of Frieze London, contemporary art fair FIAC took place in Paris from 20–23 October.
I'm very tenacious intellectually, and very hot emotionally. I think that's like a galloping stage coach, you know, with a black horse and a white horse pulling it.
It's been a long time since I abandoned the notion of creating a masterpiece. As I hover on the border between art and life, I make work that is meaningful even as it is meaningless.
Located a stones throw from the famed Haeundae Beach, popularised in Korean cinema and countless K-dramas, Art Busan 2016
Those who know Art Brussels know that it has built up its own niche of difference in the admittedly pretty homogeneous landscape of art fairs.
ART021 takes its name from the Shanghai dialing code. The numbers serve as a synonym for the city, but only for people calling from within China—from outside the country, you'd call +8621. Still, 021 make more sense for this fair. Founded in 2013 by local PR director Bao Yifeng and former gallery director Kelly Ying, ART021's chief ambition...
'One thing to remember about Tansaekhwa is that it was never an official movement,' Joan Kee, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, explains in an email interview. 'There was no manifesto, no declaration—not even a series of exhibitions consciously organized under that rubric.'