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Art Basel Inside to bring together opinion leaders and entrepreneurs from across disciplines and industries for three days in Abu Dhabi

Feb 14 - 16, 2020

Further expanding its engagement beyond the core art world, Art Basel is delighted to announce Art Basel Inside, a multi-faceted cultural experience offering thought leaders from diverse fields and industries the opportunity to share visions and engage with the issues facing the world today. Creating a context for these conversations, Marc-Olivier Wahler, Director of the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva, will curate … +

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Berlin & Rome: Happy summer days forever

I have to admit: I am embarrassingly delayed. I am writing this short column on my flight to Los Angeles months after visiting Berlin and Rome. But, even if most of the visited exhibitions are over already, the heart of the impressions and experiences still remains the same. It is still worthwhile experiencing both cities, in summer, fall, winter or springtime!

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I Fell in Love with Togo

I arrived in Lomé on Saturday night, the first moment I touched the ground while getting off the plane was magic. I immediately felt at home. The heat, the smell, the humidity, the spirits. The long visa and chaotic baggage procedures were not affecting me at all; it was part of that reality, part of the play. It felt like many years … +

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New York, May 2012: Ferry to Frieze

New York definitely welcomes the art visitor during the month of May in a more cheerful way than during the normally freezing month of March. The first edition of Frieze Art Fair in New York was a wonderful excuse to travel again to the still most influential place regarding contemporary art in the world. I flew in a week earlier for meetings, … +

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London in the Rain

April 2012. I arrived in London, welcomed by cold and rainy weather. A typical London day in April though. Rushing to the hotel, dropping off luggage and heading on by tube to the first appointment with entrepreneur, multicultural and multilingual art collector Amir Shariat (complete interview will be published here soon). From Persian origin he was raised in Vienna as the son … +

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Springtime in Paris during Art Paris

I arrived to Paris on Monday, the first thing to do when I am in the city, is to visit Le Louvre, just to be reminded of classical quality, immerse into the richness of historical art and get a break from the contemporary in order to refresh my eye. And it was invigorating to breathe the air of Nicolas Poussin, the Old … +

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Eighth Gwangju Biennale

  The Gwangju Biennale Foundation and Director Massimiliano Gioni are pleased to announce the eighth edition of the Gwangju Biennale, opening September 3, 2010. Titled 10,000 Lives, the Biennale will develop as a sprawling investigation of the relationships that bind people to images and images to people. With works by more than 100 artists, realized between 1901 and 2010, as well as … +

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Arte Fiera Art First

From Jan 29th through 31st, 2010. Arte Fiera Art First stages its 34th annual exhibition in Bologna from January 29th through 31st, 2010. Founded in the 70s as one of the first ever International fairs of modern and contemporary art, under the artistic director of Silvia Evangelisti, brings together art works from XIX Century to the present days and has being set … +

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Paris Photo

From Nov 19th through 22nd, 2009. Paris Photo, the world’s leading fair for photography will feature 102 exhibitors who present a worldwide panorama of photographic expression from the 19th Century to the present day. The 2009 edition stands out for its geographical diversity and a sense of discovery: 23 countries are represented with 75% of participants from abroad and 31 new exhibitors.

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Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

From Oct 22nd, 2009 through Feb 14th, 2010. Fifty years after the opening of the acclaimed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao celebrates this iconic building’s golden anniversary by presenting Frank Lloyd Wright, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition that Europe has ever dedicated to one of the greatest architectural geniuses of … +

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The First Triennial of Chile

From Oct 5th through Dec 5th, 2009. The renowned Curator of the Triennial of Chile 2009 and Minister for Culture of Paraguay, Ticio Escobar, launched in October the first Triennial of Chile with the presence of the President of the Republic of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, and the President of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo.

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Holland Dance Festival

From Oct 28th through Nov 15th, 2009. Holland Dance Festival celebrates 50th anniversary of the Nederlands Dans Theater. From October 28th through November 15th, Dance City The Hague shows itself as the international center of dance at the 12th edition of the Holland Dance Festival, the largest biennial dance festival in the Netherlands.

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Cezanne, Picasso and Mondriaan Exhibition

The Gemeentemuseum. From Oct 17th, 2009 through Jan 24th, 2010. For the first time since 1956, the works of Cézanne, Picasso and Mondriaan are on display in a Dutch museum. The Gemeentemuseum in The Hague devotes this unique exhibition to the father of modern art, Paul Cézanne. Although Cézanne (1839-1906) is regarded as an impressionist, he was not concerned with depicting fleeting … +

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Circa Puerto Rico Art Fair

From Jan 29th through Feb 1st, 2010. Circa Puerto Rico has moved from its former date in April to January. The fair will now take place January 29th through February 1st, 2010 at the prominent Puerto Rico Convention Center in the heart of San Juan. Going into its fifth edition, this new date will allow Circa Puerto Rico to participate in the … +

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Travelogue. Guerra de la Paz.

Artane Gallery. Istanbul. Turkey. From Oct 1st through Oct 31st, 2009 Artane Gallery  is presenting Travelogue, an exhibition by Miami’s collaborative Guerra de la Paz.  Composed by Alain Guerra and Neraldo De La Paz, the duet has worked together for the past 11 years exhibiting their work internationally. Travelogue includes sculptures, installations and their latest series of photographs.