Call for Entries: Celeste Prize 2015

The 7th edition of Celeste Prize is now open for entries. Multidisciplinary artists, photographers and creatives worldwide are invited to submit crossover artworks in multiple media and time-based investigations. Chief-curator of this edition’s jury is Koyo Kouoh, Director of Raw Material Company, Dakar.   Celeste Prize 2015 Deadline: June 30th 2015 For more  

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Fantom at miart 2015

Please visit us at our booth in the Institutions, Associations and Foundations area.  We are happy to announce our participation to the upcoming edition of miart – International Fair of Modern and Contemporary Art, which will take place in Milan from April 9th to 12th. As a result of our collaboration with Marsèll – for the second…

Istituzionali - Cavallo bco con frangia

miart 2015

miart – International Fair of Modern and Contemporary Art   From 9th to 12th April 2015 the pavilions of fieramilanocity will welcome 156 international galleries representing the best of modern and contemporary art and limited-edition design from all over the world. Once again, the 20th edition will be structured along four sections: Established, with 105 exhibitors…


New Exhibitions at Foam

Foam salutes the arrival of spring with an unmissable series of exhibitions, opening on Thursday, March 19th in presence of the photographers: Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Geert Goiris, Regine Petersen.   To Photograph the Details of a Dark Horse in Low Light is a phrase Kodak used to define the extraordinary quality of a…

Natan Dvir, from the series 'Coming Soon'

Coming Soon

Anastasia Photo Gallery in New York is hosting Natan Dvir’s next exhibition Coming Soon, featuring a series of unreleased works from the Israeli photographer’s long-run depiction of the bizarre relationship between humans and advertising in the city of New York. Enormous billboards, while located in the background of each image, stand above flattened streets and…

Asger Carlsen, Hester, 2011


The group exhibition de-FORMATIONS includes and takes inspiration from the series The Distortions by André Kertész, the most striking and unsettling work of the visionary author, which was produced during the 30s as an assignment for the illustrated magazine Le Sourire. On that occasion, Kertész portrayed two models making use of carnival mirrors, transforming their…

Maurizio Anzeri, "Family Album", 2008 (detail)

The Needle’s Eye

The exhibition traces a singular history of embroidery, spanning from its more conventional uses to its increasing application as a free means of expression within the art field. Focusing on both Norwegian and international contemporary applications, the show fosters a dialogue between traditional employments of this technique – touching on themes such as history, memory and…