Exhibits

Art Basel Miami Guide 2022

Art Basel Miami Guide 2022

The Miami of today bears little resemblance to itself two decades ago (we were there, we can assure you!). On the eve of Art Basel’s 20th anniversary of its American outpost, we checked in with those who’ve helped shape the art and design landscape—literally and figuratively—on how to make sense of Miami today.

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Paris+ Gallery Map

Paris+ Gallery Map

To suggest that Paris may be a “new” market center is to completely ignore 200 years of Western Art History. But here we are, at an interesting inflection point in Europe’s landscape where the French capital has a unique proposition at hand. Don’t think this has only...

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Meet Seoul

Meet Seoul

We may be a little biased, but Korea’s art scene in the last decade has been pushed to the forefront of the global discussion. Korean art has long been an integral facet of the culture, and its modern/contemporary traditions have long proliferated locally without the...

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Documenta + European Biennials

Documenta + European Biennials

It’s a great summer season when the best-known biennials, documenta and Manifesta, arrive in the same year. But they aren’t the only show in town, errr, on the continent. In fact, this year there is a slew of fascinating forays into exhibition making that utilize the...

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Post-Basel Trips: South of France

Post-Basel Trips: South of France

The south of France is clearly the land of movie stars and fast cars—and Cezanne and Van Gogh, but don’t let the Impressionist canon color your rosé lenses. In fact, contemporary art has found a home in the provencal paradise of France’s Mediterranean provinces. And...

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Post-Basel Trips: Hydra + Athens

Post-Basel Trips: Hydra + Athens

About 40 miles south of Athens lies perhaps the most coveted Post-Basel destination on the Summer art circuit: Hydra! Say it with us: Eeeeeedraahh. The island of Hydra is host to a handful of annual contemporary exhibitions and clamored-after invites just an hour and...

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Post-Basel Trips: Venice Biennale and Italy

Post-Basel Trips: Venice Biennale and Italy

While the crowds in Venice during the Biennale’s opening three days sold the story that everyone in the arts was there, in fact, post-Basel, the Cecilia Alemani-curated show is still a top destination. And for good reason—head to our Instagram to see just why!Basel...

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Andy Goldsworthy’s Red Clay Earth Day

Andy Goldsworthy’s Red Clay Earth Day

What’s a land artist to do when everyone gets stuck inside? For renowned sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, the solution was to put the land itself on public display–and what’s more, to show how the land connects us all. With Earth Day around the corner and the precarious...

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Mental Health: Maravilla

Mental Health: Maravilla

Julie Baumgardner Last week, an exhibition opened at the Brooklyn Museum, tucked near-inconspicuously in the lobby, by Guadalupe Maravilla. His retablo reworks alone are worth seeing, as are his "disease throwers" sculptures that have found their way also to MoMA and...

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Whitney Biennial Review

Whitney Biennial Review

by Will Griffith It’s that time again: The Whitney Biennial is back after a calendar shuffle (you might know why), and this time, the focus is the state of America, as the Biennial’s preset agenda always is. “America” as a concept is broad, though two years into a...

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