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Courtesy Perottino-Piva-Bottallo, Artissima 2018. Artissima 2018: Highlights Artissima OVAL Turin Italy T +39 011 1974 4106 info@artissima.it www.artissima.art Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Share The 25th edition of Artissima, the only fair in Italy exclusively focused on contemporary art, came to an end on Sunday, November 4. Directed by Ilaria Bonacossa, the event is a truly unmissable contemporary art gathering on a worldwide level. Why? Read below. 25 reasons for our success: Our stats35 countries, 195 galleries (79 Italian and 116 international), 47 first time exhibitors, 8 sections (4 curated), over 1,000 works of art, 350 curators and museum directors, 5,500 collectors from 30 countries (12 outside of Europe), 54,800 visitors (+2,800 over to 2017). Sound—the first new offsite sectionA surprising journey through 15 sound installations in the spectacular venue of the OGR – Officine Grandi Riparazioni. Exclusive VIP programme Special previews, visits to private collections, concierge and a dedicated shuttle service that made our guests’ stay absolutely unforgettable. Special guests This year’s top attendees included the members of the Global Private Museum Network, and over 15 groups of patrons of prestigious art institutions, including the Tate European Collection Circle, the Tate International Council, the Saha Association, the Camden Arts Center, the Friends of the Triennale, the Rembrandt Association, the Mecenes Du Sud, and [...]
Wed, Nov 14, 2018
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Bharti Kher, Points of departure VII, 2018. Bindis on paper, frame. 70.3 x 83 cm. Courtesy Perrotin. Bharti KherDjinns, things, places November 14–December 15, 2018 Perrotin TokyoPiramide Building, 1F, 6-6-9 RoppongiMinato, Tokyo 106-0032Japan www.perrotin.com Instagram / Facebook Share Perrotin Tokyo is pleased to present a solo exhibition of celebrated India-based artist, Bharti Kher. Situated in a legacy of work that weaves as many linguistic pirouettes as material ones, Bharti Kher’s first solo show in Japan is named Djinns, things, places for a reason. This time there is no pachyderm, no spermatozoid symbol covering it, no phallic largesse inviting us, as there was during the group exhibition she participated in at Mori Art Museum, Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art (2008). This time the elephant in the room is you and the introspective silence she has skilfully stitched for you to confront, rather to place within yourself. Here she stands in the land of the divine beasts that protect, and of spirit masters that never quite leave. It is in this land that belongs as much to Pokémon of today as it does to the mystical dragons of folklore, that Kher chooses to make the deepest of her dives, so far, into querying the oft-neglected brand of [...]
Wed, Nov 14, 2018
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The 19th century Sepulveda Adobe and western movie set Paramount Ranch have been destroyed, but the fate of many other buildings remain unknown [...]
Tue, Nov 13, 2018
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Monet carries Christie's evening sale while a Magritte shines at Sotheby's, marking an auction record for the Surrealist painter [...]
Tue, Nov 13, 2018
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The Minneapolis museum’s former director, Olga Viso, announced her departure a year ago [...]
Tue, Nov 13, 2018
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