Art to See in New York and London

Contemporary art can be baffling. Our new book Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? offers insights into today’s art scene, cutting straight to the questions that matter. 

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teamLab. Transcending Boundaries

teamLab's digital wonderland at Pace London is coming to an end this weekend. The show was sold out within a few days; thanks to Pace London for fitting us in. This is what you've missed.

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Armory Week highlights

It may be called Armory Week, with The Armory Show as the main event, but New York has plenty more to offer. Here's our handy guide to this week’s art fairs in New York.

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Baddest Babes of Iran

Mixing their rich and sophisticated cultural heritage with fresh, multi-disciplinary practices, contemporary Iranian artists play a major role in challenging the common perception of Iranian art and culture. In this edition, Tara Aghdashloo focuses on up-and-coming Iranian female artists.

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Welcome to Hull

ArtRabbit was invited to a trip to Hull, the UK City of Culture 2017, to view key exhibitions and new gallery developments featured in the City of Culture programme. Annette Rotz documented her highlights for you.

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Art to See by Aaron Cezar

Supporting artistic process is a central aim of Delfina’s residency programme. As Director, I am interested in how such processes - from research to distribution - can be a way of recording and (re)writing history. 

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Hello 2017! Condo, Skulptur Projekte, documenta and more unmissable shows

A new year means thousands of new exhibitions all over the globe are waiting for you to explore them. Judging by the sheer quantity – from Condo to the Venice Biennale - 2017 will be a good year for art and contemporary visual culture. 

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Top contemporary art exhibitions in Europe this winter season

Can't decide where to spend your Christmas holiday and looking for some inspiration on where to go? ArtRabbit has highlighted some exciting destinations.

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Art to See by Alex Fynn O'Neill

This autumn we have presented art from around the globe at the Whitechapel Gallery. South African draughtsman William Kentridge’s installations; a project by American feminist activists Guerrilla Girls; works from the Barjeel Art Foundation in the UAE; and artists’ films from Russia and Argentina, to name a few.

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