By heinrichschmidt | Art, design, architecture

Liz Magor: You You You. Retrospective at Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans. Solo Exhibition at Tate Modern, London

Hans Op de Beeck: The Silent Castle / Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

VTV Classics (r3): Tatiana Trouvé: Density of Time (2008)

Never mind the politics, feel the lobsters - Wolfgang Tillmans 2017, Tate Modern, review

It is almost two decades since Wolfgang Tillmans became the first photographer, and non-British artist, to win the Turner Prize, back in 2000. The German, then, is hardly a new name. Indeed, now 48, he is very much in middle age.<p>Don’t get the wrong impression, though: there’s no cocoa-and-slippers …


Gen Atem / Mirjam Bossard at Artstübli Basel, Opening

Christina Oiticica: Quatro Elementos / Brasilea Foundation, Basel

Virtual Reality Has Arrived in the Art World. Now What?

When the world outside looks frightful, you might be tempted to put on the blinders.<p>The accelerating development of virtual reality technology — which lets you escape into another world through a blackout headset — is finally rumbling the art world, always more skeptical than cinema and television …

Virtual Reality

Bianca Pedrina at Kunsthaus Baselland

The Unframed World. VR as Artistic Medium at House of Electronic Arts Basel

Bob and Roberta Smith Performance: Letter to Michael Gove

Monet at Fondation Beyeler

VTV Classics (r3): Robert Mapplethorpe: A Season in Hell / Patti Smith (2009)

Ricardo Alcaide Solo Exhibition at von Bartha, Basel

VTV Classics (r3): Nobuyoshi Araki: Kinbaku (2008)

Panel show: we quiz Venezuelan artist Ricardo Alcaide about his show exploring urban borders

Ricardo Alcaide’s fascination with urban architecture runs deep. His work considers buildings as physical manifestations of complexity, contrast and tension, looking beyond the structure and aesthetics of the built environment, and taking on its relationship to local social and economic realities. …

Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels

Robert Rauschenberg: Oracle (1962-65)

Zimoun: 275 prepared dc-motors, filler wire 1.0mm

Robert Rauschenberg: Mud Muse (1968-71)

art orbit - merge

All images from Los Angeles County Museum of Art "A Report on the Art and Technology Program L.A.C.M.A. 1967-71" (LOs Angeles</b> …

Pipilotti’s Pleasure Dome

If you’ve been watching the news as much as I have these past several months you might be forgiven for forgetting that video as a medium can do more …

This artist creates massive optical illusions that will *definitely* give you vertigo

Whoa — this is seriously the coolest thing. Peter Kogler is an internationally renowned Austrian artist who creates hypnotic installations. They’ll …

Baroque Meets the Modern World - Kris Kuksi Interview

A true artisan of contemporary art, <b>Kris Kuksi</b> infuses our world with plethora of subjects that somehow seem to make sense when put together on his …

VernissageTV Magazine No. 37: Hope

<b>Out now: VernissageTV PDF-magazine No. 37, December 2016.</b>In this issue: The new Design Museum London; Bjarke Ingels’ Serpentine Pavilion; Frieze …

Bjarke Ingels

New Documentary to Dive into the Life and Works of Eero Saarinen

Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen will be the focus of the Season 30 Finale of American Masters, the PBS documentary program that highlights …

Thomas Bayrle / Lenbachhaus München, Kunstbau

Ryoji Ikeda and more head to Elevation for Alpine arts festival in 2017

December 16, 2016 In News, Vinyl Factory Events<p><b>Art and avalanches.</b><p>The Vinyl Factory is partnering with arts festival Elevation 1049 for six weeks of …

Interview with Michael D. Linares