What to see during Art-O-Rama: Q&A with director Jérôme Pantalacci
Created in 2007, ART-O-RAMA is the first international art fair in the South of France, and has developed a fairly unique exhibition format.
A month of independent art: The Project Space Festival
Berlin counts more than 150 project spaces, and remains one of the most active and experimental art scenes in Europe.
The Fantasy of Representation
What counts is seeing, coupled with fantasy, with imagination... - Josef Albers
Project Space Festival Berlin 2015
Project Space Festival Berlin starts this coming Saturday, and invites visitors on a month-long trip through Berlin’s independent art scene.
Art/Marbella. 'A boutique fair of outstanding quality'
Art/Marbella is the first major international art fair in the Costa del Sol.
Major contemporary art exhibitions in Europe this summer
Can't decide where to spend your summer holiday and looking for some inspiration on where to go? ArtRabbit has highlighted some exciting destinations.
Only Posers Fall in Love: Q&A with Duda Bebek
Duda Bebek is interested in contradictions, she likes to catch you off-guard, and take you on an emotional roller coaster ride.
Parade Presents: Art Prize
Parade Presents: Art Prize is a pop-up exhibition programme introducing a selection of promising young artists in the UK.
Q&A with Basim Magdy
Based on observations of reality, and containing a wide range of colours, effects and textures of kaleidoscopic like quality, Basim Magdy's work analyses contemporary representational regimes by staging experiences grounded in hybrid spatial, temporal and social co-ordinates.
Hugo Yoshikawa: Playful lines, vibrant colours and an unforgettable voyage
Playful lines with vibrant colours are Hugo Yoshikawa’s trademark. As a child, the Dalston based French-Japanese illustrator began reading popular French comics of the Bande Dessinée style including the adventure comics Spirou et Fantasio which his mother bought for him.
VOLTA11 and GalleryLOG reunite for a new series of artist videos
All eyes set on Basel when the art world descends on the city this week as Art Basel and several collateral fairs and exhibitions open their gates. VOLTA11 - the renowned art fair for new and emerging art - is one of them.
S T E R E O S C O P E
Stereoscope, a Scottish based photography magazine has released its biannual issue. Contemplating the theme of 'Intimacy', the magazine showcases stunning film photography alongside literary excerpts from young photographers and writers.
Curator's perspective: Leo Kuelbs
New York and Berlin based curator Leo Kuelbs travels and facilitates exciting art projects all around the world. He is best known for curating stunning public events - often featuring large sized video- and light projections on public buildings.
London Degree Shows June 2015
Degree Show season is upon us and London's top art and design colleges offer an insight into the brightest new talents at work.
Adrian George's take on Curating
Curator Adrian George has just released a new book, The Curator’s Handbook, published by Thames & Hudson 2015, that gives an insider’s guide to how to be a successful curator in contemporary art.