Art made with light is having a moment, with pioneers of California Light and Space getting their due and cutting-edge technology putting new effects at the disposal of today's artists. In this five-part series, we look at the connections between past...
BERLIN — It’s not so often that institutions get to change face, to truly look in the mirror and rethink their role or what it could be in the future. However, “Relaunch” KW Institute of Contemporary Art’s first exhibition under new chief curator,...
Annika Larsson, Berlin, Christoph Keller, Claire Fontaine, Ellen Blumenstein, EventArchitectuur, Georgia Sagri, Klaus Biesenbach, KW Institute of Contemporary Art, MoMA PS1, Olaf Nicolai, Olafur Eliasson, Ryan Trecartin, Susanne Gaenscheimer, Ulf Aminde, Gallery & Museum Openings, Berlin, Europe, News, Videos
From the first cave drawings made in Lascaux approximately 20,000 years ago, art has altered the Earth. And the Earth has informed art. The Land Art movement of the 1960s was, in many ways, a return to primitive art; works were designed and built to interact...
Although perhaps not universally known, the late Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi was a well-loved and influential force in tropical modernity and a champion of Brazilian artists. Arguably the best-loved of her works is the 1951 Casa de Vidro, or Glass House...
Nicholas Remsen, Chloe Wyma
Fashion and art, art and fashion – the two go hand and hand (and sometimes, as in the case of Proenza Schouler and John Divola, not amicably). The fall '13 runways, from New York to Paris, once again saw their fair share of art-world inspirations. From the...
Andy Warhol, BCBG Max Azria, Dolce & Gabbana, Edward Steichen, Francisco Goya, Frida Giannini, Gucci, Gustav Klimt, Helmut Lang, Jeremy Scott, Johannes Vermeer, John Everett Millais, London, L’Wren Scott, Man Ray, Marc Jacobs, Marchesa, Mary Katrantzou, Mugler, Olafur Eliasson, Phil Frost, Raf Simons, Richard Prince, Valentino, Fashion, NEWS, RUNWAY, Milan, New York, Paris
Alexander Forbes, ARTINFO Germany
Last week Olafur Eliasson opened his sixth show at Berlin’s neugerriemschneider, a return to his interest in the photograph’s ability to map landscape, as well as a synthesis of his 2010 exhibition at the Martin Gropius Bau and around the city of Berlin. The...
Alexander Forbes, Art+Auction
It’s a quarter past nine in the evening when Christian Boros slides open the large wooden door that separates the penthouse he shares with his wife, Karen, and 8-year-old son, Anton, from the five floors of exhibition space below. The residence is light and...
Madeleine O'Dea, Art+Auction
Ichikawa is a modest town outside Tokyo, close enough to the capital to be convenient for commuters but far enough away to feel like a village. On a Sunday afternoon this spring I arrived at Ichikawa railway station and made my way up through narrow streets...