Clean lines and aggravating emotions of Chen Fei are coming to Urs Meile Gallery in Beijing in another brilliant example of Chinese contemporary art.
Max Dean's "I'm Late, I'm Late" exhibition is turning the Stephen Bulger Gallery into Wonderland as he plays with the viewer's perception of art
Young British artist Rikki Turner is having her first solo show at Display Gallery, bringing exciting, perfectly choreographed abstract paintings.
Challenge your perception at the new Carol Heft Exhibition in New York! The artist uses multitude of different techniques to rethink the world around us.
Serene female subjects, vibrant colors, flowers, skulls and butterflies will turn Haven Gallery into a magical place at the new Gustavo Rimada exhibition.
Ken Griffin, founder of a Chicago-based hedge fund, reportedly bought two paintings by Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning for 500 million dollars.
Brighton Festival has announced its full program for the celebratory 50th installment which is happening in 2016, with Laurie Anderson as its guest director.
Michael Haas Gallery is hosting a retrospective exhibition of Almut Heise, the German painter combining photorealism, pop art and New Objectivity.
The new Zimoun exhibition at Soon gallery Bern will showcase the most interesting works by the installation artist who uses sound, space and mechanics
Jack Shainman Gallery is hosting a solo show by Claudette Schreuders, South African artist who creates sculptures and lithographs in search for identity.
Chambers Fine Art in New York is hosting a solo show of Fu Xiaotong, who pricks traditional Chinese rice paper with needles for millions of times to create elaborate landscapes.
The famous Belgian painter Koen van den Broek is having his third solo exhibition in New York, and it’s an important one.
Come with us into the world of Ghanaian movie posters! They're gory, imaginative, thrilling, hand-painted on flour sacks and younger than you think.
The new Michael Kagan exhibition shows epic, life changing (and life threatening) moments from our history, presented in thick, energetic slabs of color.
Ikon and Plinth are collaborating on a new pop-up exhibition in London offering affordable art, talks, events and site-specific installations.
The new Jack Early exhibition at the Fergus McCaffrey will showcase the artist’s colorful and intimate new work.
The new Maleonn exhibition in Paris offers you a retrospective of theatrical and surreal works of one of the finest photographers from China.
The exhibition of the works by Kiki Kogelnik, the pop artist who was never a pop artist, is happening at Konig Gallery in Berlin.