Steven Parrino, born in 1958 in New York, remains one of the most intriguing figures in contemporary art. His work, known for its rebellious spirit and stark aesthetics, carved a unique path through the art world of the 1980s and 1990s. Parrino’s art and his very persona encapsulated a blend

“Running Up That Hill” by Szilvia Bolla, curated by Barnabás Zemlényi-Kovács, at Glassyard Gallery, Budapest, 22/03/2024-24/05/2024. The art of Szilvia Bolla, which has started with abstract anti-photographs reacting against the depressive overconsumption of pictures, now arrived at a

“Aeroplastics” by Ju Young Kim, at Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Munich, 8/02 – 13/03/2024. In Ju Young Kim s artistic practice, robust high-tech aircraft components merge with Art Nouveau elements made of glass, ceramics and metal, creating novel, symbolically recoded objects an

“Stove by a Whale” by Seongeun Lee, Steven He, curated by Jia Yue He, at Staffordshire St Gallery, London, 18/04/2024-05/05/2024. We’re interested in areas where tides change, and the ground isn’t firm”. While architecture grounded in rational thinking is built on solid land, this

“Bygone Innocence” by Göksu Kunak, curated by Léon Kruijswijk, at Pilevneli Gallery, Istanbul, March 6 – April 6, 2024. With Bygone Innocence the multidisciplinary artist Göksu Kunak (b. 1985) presents a new body of work that departs from the 1996 Susurluk car accident. The cras

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