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October can be a very frustrating month for the art-loving traveler! While the biggest museums in Europe present their most compelling exhibitions trying to kick-off the new season with the next grand talk-of-the-town spectacle you are trying to update your visit-list having the buzz of…
October is here and London is, once more, getting ready to welcome the thousands art-loving visitors of the Frieze Annual Fair which opens doors next Thursday (October 5)! The numbers are nothing more then impressive: some 160 of the world’s leading galleries will grace the…
The charming character of Trastevere, with the narrow streets and the vividly colored terracota & ochre walls is a reason enough to visit this beautiful Roman neighborhood and load your camera with amazing (instagrammable) pictures of the area. The abundance of all-kinds of restaurants and…
  The new Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi is completed and it is days away from opening its doors to visitors. The impressive newly-built museum. designed by Jean Nouvel announces November 11 as its opening day. The museum will display its vast permanent collection while…
The National Portrait Gallery in London announces Michael Jackson: Off the Wall exhibition for the summer 2018! The exhibition explores the influence of Michael Jackson on some of the leading names in contemporary art, spanning several generations of artists across all media.   Curated by…
The only thing that compensates the art lover for the back-to-the-city routine after the summer break is the fact that September marks the beginning of the new art-season; the time of the year when all the art-related institutions in London present their new shows, trying…
Hortense le Calvez (b. 1988) and Mathieu Goussin (b. 1985), best known as Forlane 6, is an artistic duo which explores themes of environmental dystopia, eco-anxiety and the anthropocene. Based in Poros Island in Greece, they create water-based works depicting irrational aquatic fictions in the…
It was one year ago when we were stunned by the collaboration between curator Katerina Gregos and Schwarz Foundation, titled A World not Ours; a powerful show which addressed the complex economic, political, humanitarian and representational issues underlining the refugee’s crisis. The exhibition was held…
    Summer is the best time of the year to visit the Loire Valley; summer skies tend to be vibrantly blue, the green of the forests is rich and bright and the weather is pleasant and sunny. Right in the middle of the distance…
The hard task of selecting 5 of the countless interesting exhibitions in Paris galleries! Check our Paris city-page to discover more about art in the French capital!   Perrotin Gallery - Xu Zhen: Civilization Iteration   Chinese artist Xu Zhen (b. Shanghai, 1977) is inspired…
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