ART & TRAVEL BLOG

LONDONVictoria Miro Gallery I - Do Ho Suh: Passage/sFrom February 1 to March 18, 2017   Do Ho Suh is well known for constructing proportionally exact replicas of architectural features or household appliances from planes of translucent, coloured polyester. His first exhibition at Victoria Miro…
  König Gallery - The OthersUntil January 22, 2017 | 121, Alexandrinenstraße 118, 10969   The Others is a group exhibition curated by Elmgreen & Dragset and inspired by the gallery’s location at St. Agnes, formerly a Catholic church. The Others presents twelve artists (with…
  Every time of the year is great for Paris! The city is one of the most enchanting places to be and the museums and galleries are ready to stun you with glorious exhibitions for every taste: Retrospectives of Cy Twombly, Bernard Buffet and Frédéric…
The hardest task one faces when writing a top-10 or top-15 or top-whatever of the most exciting exhibitions in London is which ones should NOT be in the list. As always, this year, the exhibitions' program in London's museums and galleries is filled with dozens…
  In case you haven’t visited already, the Abstract Expressionism exhibition at the Royal Academy is the place to start your Christmas art-escapade. In the halls of the Academy you’ll have the chance to stand before stunning, powerful artworks by Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Clyfford…
    A Maurizio Cattelan exhibition is (always) nothing more than a spectacular event! This season, the artist’s creations await us at the Monnaie de Paris (Mint of Paris), a valuable museum and exhibition space on the Rive Gauche (left bank) accessible through the historic…
      Jean-Michel Basquiat’s short career, tragically interrupted by his death at 27, was phenomenally productive as well as hugely influential, exploring themes of human identity and racial issues while expressing in the most distinctive way his generation at the particular place and time…
    The art-menu in London, right now, has something great to satisfy every cultural taste: Iconic photographers, the latest trends on contemporary painting, selfies by the Old Masters, animals (read more on that!), Anselm Kiefer, Robert Mapplethorpe, James Ensor and Jeff Koons! All these…
    It was a beautiful, warm and sunny Thursday morning in Athens when I decided to visit some of the (many) galleries around Kolonaki Square, right in the heart of the city. Kolonaki is still (although kind of toned-down due to the fiscal crises)…
    One of the two fall exhibitions at the Picasso Museum examines Cubism in relation to the trauma of the First World War. The First World War had a very particular effect on the artists featured in the show, including a large contingent of…
Page 2 of 18