For those in Paris during FIAC, Ocula highlights exhibitions showing in museums and galleries across the city.
This year's edition of the Paris art fair, which addresses the theme of 'living on a damaged planet', will showcase galleries from Iran for the first time.
Made with silver and blue polypropylene, the project will be completed and revealed to the public on Saturday 18 September.
The Paris museum described the show as 'the first all-encompassing exhibition' of the German expressionist giant.
Tarek Atoui discusses his experimental practice in sound.
Haig Aivazian's latest solo exhibition investigates light as a mechanism of power and control.
From Central Eastern Europe comes a group show in Hong Kong that tracks the passage of time in personal stories and interpretations of connection.
1-54's first edition in Paris is another example of a successful hybrid fair in the French capital.
The popular Paris museum is in dire need of refurbishment.
The venture will occupy a Parisian townhouse when it opens in 2021.
Niklas Svennung and Chantal Crousel reflect on the gallery's history and future projects.
Presented by Cahiers d'Art, the cover has been divided into 108 tiles, suggesting the fragmentation of truth.
There's more to Asia Now than what galleries are showing at the fair.
Leading global galleries Perrotin, Templon and Almine Rech are among those joining the fair for the first time.
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Sarah Sze's installations thrive at a tipping point. Frequently rendered tomagnificent scale, they are made up of skeletal structures supporting acosmos of matter: matches, buckets, dried paint, plants, and paper.
Galleries in Germany have cautiously reopened their doors, while those in other parts of Europe expect to remain closed for weeks to come.
Korean artist Kim Tschang-Yeul reflects on his life and work, with Tina Kim Gallery now exhibiting a selection of paintings created in New York and Paris.
Following on from the spectacle of Frieze London, contemporary art fair FIAC took place in Paris from 20–23 October.
The second edition of ASIA NOW, the annual fair dedicated to contemporary Asian art, took place from 19 - 23 October in Paris. That was also the week that the Grand and Petit Palais were teeming
When details of the new Parisian art fair, ASIA NOW, were announced only very shortly before its inaugural opening on 20th October 2015, it appeared as though the fair might be a last minute job. Yet,