EDITORS' PICKS

Giacomo Bufarini a.k.a. RUN mixes traditional studio techniques and street art in his work, resulting to a fascinating style which he uses in order to present an array of fantastical characters that’s travel the world on semi-autobiographical journeys through deserts, islands and mountains, meeting and…
As members of the group Young British Artists along with Tracey Enim, Liam Gillick and Damien Hirst Jake & Dinos Chapman began their career constructing figurative sculptures that stood out for their special shock value. Their portfolio of prints deemed "My Giant Colouring Book" was…
250 works by 110 artists from all over the world are exhibited in the Saatchi Gallery in London as evidence that Pop Art is alive, present, current and relevant many years after Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. The exhibition celebrates the art being produced in…
Once controversial, now an art-royalty, Jeff Koons is the creator (and proud resident) of his own colourful, kitsch, playful universe for 35 years now. Pompidou Centre presents an exhibition that traces this remarkable career «designed to take stock of an unquestionably great body of work,…
Fischl was born in 1948 in New York City. He currently lives and works in Sag Harbor, New York. He made his reputation in the 1980s with large-scale figurative oil paintings depicting ambiguous, erotically charged scenarios set in the American suburbs. Since that time his…
The adventures of the world’s most famous fictional detective and master of disguise, Sherlock Holmes, inspire a new fashion photography series featuring images by photographer Kasia Wozniak. Kasia’s photographs were captured on a specially adapted field camera dating from 1890 using the wet plate collodion…
Fashion photographer David Titlow has won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2014 for his intimate portrait of his baby son being introduced to a dog, the National Portrait Gallery has announced today (Wednesday 12 November 2014). The prestigious £12,000 award was presented to the…
Courtauld Gallery has, once more, achieved to combine the setting up of a very interesting exhibition with the favourable response from the public, as the queues at the entrance of Somerset Complex attest. The exhibition is about Egon Schiele's sensational and erotically charged, nude drawings.…
It was only last week, after the Frieze Art Fair in London, that I found myself walking down Regents Street on my way to the Gerhard Richter exhibition at the new Marian Goodman Gallery, just off Picadilly Circus. Due to the Frieze overload I didn't…
There is a certain charm to travelling in Autumn; especially in the cities of Southern Europe. The climate is pleasantly cool, the colours are vibrant in a non-sunblinding way and the people in the street are full of energy (after those long hot summer days).…
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