Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris: Cindy Sherman, artist of extremes

      170 arworks Too much is never enough. The Fondation Louis Vuitton is dedicating a retrospective of 170 artworks to the American artist Cindy Sherman (born in 1954).  Overdose There is a risk of it feeling like an overdose. But we welcome it graciously because that is the point. It’s an overdose of […]

Hans Ulrich Obrist goes green: resolutions and warnings. A video interview   History of contemporary art Swiss-born Hans Ulrich Obrist (born in 1968) is now part of the history of contemporary art. The artistic director of the Serpentine Gallery in London has become a phenomenon in his own right thanks to the significance of his wide-ranging encounters across the art world; a result of his […]

Arco Madrid: the whisper of a new “Movida” in the art market?

  Troubled times Coronavirus, various regions in quarantine, political upheaval and economic uncertainty… Do people still want to buy art in these troubled times? And yet it’s against this backdrop that the first large-scale fair of the year, Arco Madrid, has opened and will run until 1 March. Simultaneously Art Basel Hong Kong, which was […]

William Kentridge talks about the absurdity of the world, historical bias, and the beauty of marching bands.

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Marseille: Why it is important to exhibit Ai Weiwei

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Philippe Parreno at the Tate: bacteria are in charge of his exhibition

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