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  • SERAFINE1369

    24 September—3 January 2022

    This autumn Tate Britain presents a new installation by SERAFINE1369, the London-based artist and dancer Jamila Johnson-Small.


    Exploring the frontiers between art, design and cutting-edge craftsmanship, Gallery All is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Todomuta Studio for the 2021 edition of Design Miami.

  • Anicka Yi

    12 October—16 January 2022

    Tate Modern has unveiled a major new work by artist Anicka Yi as the renowned Hyundai Commission returns to the gallery. This captivating installation is Yi’s largest and most ambitious project to date, transforming the Turbine Hall at the heart of Tate Modern with her vision of a new kind of ecosystem.

  • Primavera 2021

    1 October—13 February 2022

    Five artists will form this year’s Primavera 2021: Young Australian Artists exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA). Primavera is the MCA’s annual exhibition of emerging artists living and working in Australia, aged 35 years and under.

  • Isamu Noguchi

    30 September 2021 — 9 January 2022

    Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904 – 1988) is one of the most experimental and important artists of the 20th century. Barbican Art Gallery is pleased to stage the first European touring retrospective of his work in 20 years.

  • Sarah Lucas

    7 August—April 2022

    Open at the National Gallery of Australia, Project 1: Sarah Lucas brings together recent work by one of England’s most influential and unapologetic artists.

  • Ron Mueck

    13 October—13 November 2021

    Ron Mueck 25 Years of Sculpture, 1996–2021, will mark the most comprehensive gallery survey of the internationally acclaimed sculptor to date.

  • Soft Water Hard Stone

    28 October—23 January 2022

    The 2021 New Museum Triennial, Soft Water Hard Stone, brings together works across mediums by forty artists and collectives living and working in twenty-three countries.

  • The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial

    4 December—25 April 2022

    Due to open from 4 December 2021 until 25 April 2022 at QAGOMA, APT10 will include 69 projects with new and recent work by more than 150 emerging and established artists, collectives and filmmakers from more than 30 countries.


  • Golem (2018)

    By Barberini & Gunnell

    Amorphous material devoid of soul, devoid of emotions, of life. This sculpture takes shape from the ancient legend, a mass of shapeless steel, like a mountain capable of transmitting stillness but also a deep sense of respect, because now it seems to be docile, dormant, at the service of man, but beware, we do not know for how long. Limited in edition, this incredible piece is signed and numbered by the artists.

  • Savage Sofa + Side Table Black Edition (2016)

    By Jay Sae Jung Oh

    Jay Sae Jung Oh is South Korea designer exploring the intersection of art and design with unique and intricately made objects. Oh’s ongoing Savage series is composed of seemingly jerry-rigged structures made of household objects, which are intricately hand wrapped in raw leather.

  • Yb.2-f

    By Advan Shumiski

    Advan Shumiski is a Brazilian artist, researches on consciousness, time and the edges of organic/synthetic objects. Yb.2-f is part of a series of works exploring the complexity of bodies that live in the cross section of synthetic and organic systems. This piece is an edition of 1 and is 2048px × 858px, 48 frames. Endless loop.



    Materials of reconstruction

    Known for ‘painting without paint’, Burri would tear, stitch, burn and batter his creations into submission. In the words of the Italian critic, Emilio Vila, Burri’s works were “nourished by matter that conserves only a tragic reminiscence of painting, almost as if it were asphyxiated; a material that is devitalised, impoverished, rotted, consumed and already wasted away”.


    The dream weaver

    Marino—let’s call a spade a spade and anoint him with the mantle of ‘starchitect’—is a man obsessed with style. For almost fifty years this striking character has applied architectural nous to a dazzling array of commissions, including private homes for the superannuated, grand, conceptual interiors, and all manner of radical side projects.


    Embedding cultural memory in contemporary architecture

    When the head of the philanthropic Sancaklar Foundation, Suat Sancak, first approached Emre Arolat with a request to design a new mosque for 500 worshippers, the architect turned him down. “I told him I’m not that kind of architect,” he remembers.



    An unforgettable afternoon of art and discovery.

    Just outside of Brussels in the heart of Rhode-Saint-Genèse, among the quaint European houses and large manicured gardens, is where artist Johan Van Mullem is creating artworks of an otherworldly nature. Inspired by the collective consciousness that survives from generation to generation, Van Mullem’s artwork invites you to gain a deeper understanding of the human consciousness. Join the artist in his private residence and studio for lunch and an unforgettable afternoon of art, conversation and discovery.


    A world without comparison or equal

    Steeped in quality, beauty and the exotic, the Met Gala represents the pinnacle of fashion, art and celebrity. A fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the event marks the highly anticipated grand opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibition while attracting the world’s most respected creative iconoclasts.


    Create a bespoke objet dart

    Born in Turin, Giampiero Bodino was an architecture student when he first experienced the world of design. With accommodation at the Bulgari Hotel in Milan and VIP access to a private lounge located on Monte Napoleone, this experience is for those who appreciate the profoundly moving and sculptural work of this Master Craftsman.



  • Kon Trubkovich

    9 September—23 October 2021

    Gagosian is pleased to present The Antepenultimate End, an exhibition of new paintings by Kon Trubkovich.

  • Giuseppe Penone

    16 September—13 November 2021

    Gagosian is pleased to present Impronte di corpi nell’aria/Bodies Imprinted in the Air, an exhibition of works by Giuseppe Penone made between the early 1970s and 2021.

  • Yves Saint Laurent

    17 June—5 December 2021

    The exhibition Yves Saint Laurent: Behind the scenes of haute couture in Lyon opens at the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris. The exhibition shines a light on the solid 40-year working relationship between the couturier and Lyon-based manufacturers and suppliers of materials and fabrics.

  • Shigeko Kubota

    21 August —1 January 2022

    The Museum of Modern Art presents Shigeko Kubota: Liquid Reality. Likening video technology to a “new paintbrush,” New York–based Shigeko Kubota, was one of the first artists to commit to the video medium in the early 1970s.

  • Sarah Lucas

    7 August—April 2022

    Open at the National Gallery of Australia, Project 1: Sarah Lucas brings together recent work by one of England’s most influential and unapologetic artists.


    24 September—10 January 2022

    The International Center of Photography (ICP) presents a new exhibition focusing on the work of five emerging Black artists who have turned the lens inward to explore and capture the “unseen” moments of their lives during a time of unprecedented change.

  • Jasper Johns

    29 September—13 February 2022

    Presented simultaneously in New York and Philadelphia, Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror will be the artist’s first major museum retrospective on the East Coast in a quarter century.

  • No One is an Island

    Superblue and BMW

    Superblue and BMW i present No One is an Island, a collaboration between the art group Random International and choreographer Wayne McGregor and his company.

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