Berlin-based Ocula contributor Rachael Vance selects her top five institutional shows currently on display in Germany's capital. KW Institute for Contemporary Art Willem de Rooij, Whiteout /
Now in its second edition, ASIA NOW Paris Asian Art Fair ( 20-23 October, 2016) is a new art fair on the art calendar
The second edition of the rejuvenated viennacontemporary art fair held from 22 - 25 September, 2016, displayed a broad selection of galleries, holding enormous promise for the future. Aiming to dif
Known as one of the world’s great centres for nurturing the contemporary visual arts, Vienna is also generally renowned for displaying a strong cultural reverence backed by visible public sup
Apart from holding the distinction as one of the world’s most important contemporary art centres, the city is fast becoming a destination to experience a diverse selection of remarkable private art ventures.
I can see quite clearly now that my concerns are walking around in circles, even when the look of things are developing.
Australian curator Alexie Glass-Kantor has held a range of senior roles in independent art centres across the country. These include Gertrude Contemporary and the Australian Centre for the Movi
We aim to call attention to the standardised format of art fairs and we want to see how people will adapt their behavioural patterns when entering our fictional art fair within the context of the museum.
The announcement of Australian property developer and art collector Michael Buxton’s exceptional philanthropic art donation of $26 million to the University of Melbourne has been a welcom
Known for her poignant and intimate filmic explorations, Indonesian-born Australian-raised artist Fiona Tan is currently holding a solo exhibition entitled Geography of Time at the Mus
Having held the dual role of co-directors of Brisbane’s Institute of Modern Art (IMA) for almost two years, Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh have shaken up the city’s contemporary art land
With an increased polyphony of centres emerging that promote specific local contexts, the art world has very visibly become more local, and intensely more global. Middle tier art fair Ar
Each November the art world casts its attention on Italy’s art centre of Turin for the annual Artissima art fair. However, its not only the fair that attracts the international art cognosc
This month the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane, Australia, plays host to the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8). Renowned as a platform fo
Much seems to have fallen into place for New Zealand-born Jennifer Flay. Expanding her horizons, Flay moved to France in the 80s to pursue studies in Art History and was exposed to the internation
I cultivate lots of projects that are rooted in working with community and this makes me really happy. I always receive a lot of creative energy from this practice. It's a big source of inspiration for me.
I wouldn’t have had so much access to the world if I hadn’t been an artist. It has allowed me to meet some many wonderful people who are able to give an insight into their lives.
This year’s abc art berlin contemporary saw almost 100 participating galleries mount stands from 17 different countries and a strong German contingent was noted. Housed within the halls of St
Berlin Art Week 2015 runs until the 20th of September. This offers a great reason for international art lovers to travel to Berlin and see some of the best commercial gallery exhibitions of the yea
Upon meeting artist Secundino Hernández in his studio in Berlin, it becomes apparent that not only is his physical world multi-dimensional, but so too is his approach to making work. Spending h
Martin-Gropius-Bau Solo Exhibition: Tino Sehgal Until the 8th of August British-German artist Tino Sehgal’s first major solo exhibition in Berlin at t
The 11th iteration of Gallery Weekend Berlin (1-3 May 2015) further strengthened the German capital’s standing within the contemporary art world. With forty-seven galleries in the officia