ART & TRAVEL BLOG

Gagosian Gallery - Peter Lindbergh From February 4 to April 23, 2016   Credited as the one who officially started the era of "Supermodels", Peter Lindbergh (b. 1944) is a photographer whose work includes some of the most recognisable images of the last thirty years.…
London is, undisputably, the busiest art-city in Europe, as dozen of museums and many more art galleries organize and present new exhibitions every week. Cityartnow gathers the 15 most interesting openings for this week (from Monday 8 to Sunday 14) for you to visit. Note…
Editor's note: This post refers to the "Otto Schatz and Carry Hauser" past exhibition which was open until May 16, 2016   A brand new exhibition, "In an age of extremes" with works by Otto Schatz and Carry Hauser, opened a few days ago at…
It will be a full, busy and very interesting week for art in Europe. So if you are travelling to or already are in one of the following cities, make a note for the brand new fascinating exhibitions you can see the following days. Of…
Editor's note: This post refers to the "Recto/Verso" exhibition which was open until February 28, 2016.   Andrzej Wróblewski (1927–1957) is, despite his short life, one of the most important Polish artists of the 20th century. This exhibition, the first retrospective held outside his country,…
Editor's note: This post refers to the "100 Best Posters - 14" past exhibition which was open until March 28, 2016   For a tenth year in a row, the MAK is hosting the exhibition 100 BEST POSTERS' 14th installment. Showcasing designers from Germany, Austria…
Christian Tagliavini is a well-known Swiss-Italian photographer (b. 1971) who, in his words, loves designing stories with open endings (requiring observer’s complicity) on unexplored themes or unusual concepts, featuring uncommon people with their lives and their thoughts made visible.   His past works drew inspiration…
BERLIN - Pergamon Museum - Mystic Travellers: Sufis, Ascetics and Holy Men   The most visited museum in Berlin, the Pergamon Museum, besides the permanent collection of the celebrated Altar of Pergamon, the Market Gate from Miletus and the Ishtar Gate, also houses the (less…
Editor's note: This post refers to the "The Women of Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka" exhibition which was open until February 28, 2015   An exhibition on Gustav Klimt is always a grand and crowd-drawing spectacle; the same goes for a show with works by Egon Schiele…
Germaine Krull (1897-1985) was a prominent photographer in 1920s and ‘30s Paris, who shaped the history of photography with her experimental shots and photo articles for magazines like VU, Variété and Jazz. She is one of the protagonists of modern-day photography, yet her work has…
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