Opening Friday, January 26th, 2018, 7—9 pm
January 26th—February 24th, 2018
The male icons of the early-20th-century Bauhaus school, like Josef Albers, László Moholy-Nagy, and Paul Klee, are some of the most celebrated pioneers of modern art.
The homes in Mirjam Völker‘s partly apocalyptic, partly quietly hopeful images are deserted. Instead, nature is the protagonist, arising threateningly over the huts.
Indefinite Vases is a recent project by multidisciplinary design practice Studio E.O based in Stockholm. It was founded by designer Erik Olovsson and is located in Stockholm. The project is an exploration of the relationship between geometric and organic forms – transparent and opaque.
After years of financial mess and one high-profile sale, the Essl Collection heads to Vienna.
White Cube presents 'Walhalla', an exhibition of new work by German artist Anselm Kiefer. A selection of vast new paintings will be shown and large-scale sculptures will transform the gallery’s corridors and 9 x 9 x 9 space.
The exhibition “Magritte: La trahison des images” offers a completely new approach to the work of the Belgian artist René Magritte.
A3 is pleased to present the 4th edition of BERLIN MASTERS for BERLIN ART WEEK. Originally initiated in 2013 by Matthias Arndt and the curators Lisa Polten and Lydia Korndörfer, the project aimed to provide a platform and talent show for Berlin's young artists.
Following the New York City Ballet’s recent production The Most Incredible Thing, for which Dzama designed the stage set and costumes, the artist will be presenting new drawings and architectural stage models that are based on the idea of ballet and performance.
The French artist Cäcilia Brown, born in 1983 and based in Vienna, produces sculptures from discarded objects which she strips of their utility and function.
Born in Germany in 1985, Veit Laurent Kurz’s installations imagine post-industrial ecosystems that, while fertile and lush, allude to a recent catastrophe that has wiped out all of humanity.
The young conceptual Chinese artist He Xiangyu, born in 1986, goes headlong into the controversies of contemporary Chinese culture, making a splash with works such as The Death of Marat (2011), a life-size sculpture depicting the dead body of Ai Weiwei, face down.