Studio Drift’s debut solo exhibition, Coded Nature, opened at The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam on April 25 and will run until August 26, 2018.
Heather Phillipson’s imaginative 80-meter-long installation, titled ‘my name is lettie eggsyrub’, has been unveiled as a part of London’s ‘Art on the Underground’ project.
The ‘Art Food’ exhibition at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery showcases the fanciful works created at the four editions of the annual Polish Art Food Project design incubator.
Thanks to the ambitious project undertaken by Artexb, you no longer need to leave the house in order to access exhibitions at designated galleries around the world.
A 40-foot tall Keith Haring mural which had been obscured for nearly three decades is now on display in Amsterdam.
Professor Ernesto Solari, an art history expert from Italy, has claimed to have uncovered Leonardo da Vinci’s earliest known work.
Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii was at the forefront of innovation in terms of colour photography at the turn of the 20th century. He took a series of vividly colored photographs throughout the Russian Empire.
The Hermitage has purchased Anselm Kiefer’s ‘Aurora’ for 63.7 million rubles (approximately $1 million USD) and is expecting it to arrive from France prior to the end of August 2018.