A recurring theme that permeates the 18th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice is a sense of cautious optimism.
On a lush green lawn in the Giardino delle Vergini in Venice, a series of light-colored stones lay carved in a variety of designs—swirls, coils,… Read More »Solange Pessoa Mines for the Transcendent Nature of Materials
Sponsored by Maison Valentino, Gian Maria Tosatti was the first solo artist to present at the Italian Pavilion during the 59th Biennale di Venezia
Whitewall spoke with Tourmaline about her recent Biennale show, the role of desire in her work, and the relationship between desire and autonomy.
The Venice Art Biennale returns under the curatorship of Cecilia Alemani with a roaster of majority female and gender non-conforming artists.
This spring, illycaffè returns to Frieze New York this week in celebration of the 30th year of the illy Art Collection. For the past three… Read More »illycaffè Savors 30 Years of the Artist Collection at Frieze New York
Curator Dr. Shelley Harten speaks with artist Ilit Azoulay on her representation of Israel at this year’s 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
On April 23 Dior hosted a fundraising gala with Venetian Heritage, an organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Venetian art.
In Venice’s Museo di Palazzo Grimani, the artist Mary Weatherford recreates Titian’s work depicting the tragic tale, “The Flaying of Marsyas.”
Artist Simone Leigh’s representation of the U.S. Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia opens this week to previews, before… Read More »Simone Leigh Presents Black Feminist Thought at the U.S. Pavilion in Venice