After his remarkable Baitogogo in Palais de Tokyo last year, brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira has completed his largest installation to date titled Transarquitetônica at Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade in his home town São Paulo.
Considered as one of the greatest visionaries of the 20th century, Lucio Fontana is having a major retrospective displayed at the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. The show includes the artist extraordinary body of work ranging from the 1920’s to Fontana’s death in 1968.
Vhils aka Alexandre Farto is a Portuguese artist who has been interacting with the urban environment f since his days as a graffiti writer in the early 2000s. His groundbreaking carving technique set him aside from other street artists.
Paolo Ventura is a multidisciplinary artist who uses photography to document a fictional reality of his own creation. He carefully builds his own decors consisting of miniature cities, streets, buildings and interiors populated with small men and women.
Paul Cocksedge was recently commissioned to design the centerpiece installation at the inaugural GREAT Festival of Creativity in Istanbul. The London-based designer created “Palette”, an installation celebrating both Britain and Turkey, their historical connections, trade and culture.
Not Art is a project by graphic designers Tamer AlMasri and Mothanna Husseinm in which they combines symmetrical lines and shapes juxtaposing them with classical paintings of the past.
Gerhard Richter is recognised as one of contemporary art’s most important ﬁgures. The German artist, whose approach to art is classical, explored new relationships between painting and photography in the 1960s, pioneered new forms of abstraction in the 1970s and engaged in an erudite and innovative reinterpretation of various art history genres in the 80’s.