His art is like a psychedelic journey into the future. Yet Basim Magdy is primarily interested in the present. [more]
At Dak’Art, international artists show their vision of the continent and the global Diaspora. What began as a small festival is now Africa’s most important biennial. [more]
With think tanks, tent camps, and futurist operas, Australia’s most important art event approaches the reality of the post- Internet age. [more]
It is primarily thanks to Stephanie Rosenthal that art aficionados eagerly await the twentieth-anniversary edition of the Biennale of Sydney, sponsored by Deutsche Bank, in the spring of 2016. [more]
These days, there’s no tendency more frequently invoked as a topic of heated discussion than Post-Internet Art. [more]
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, the Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, and the Polish Institute in Berlin are taking stock of the “VIEWS” Award with the exhibition “COMMON AFFAIRS”: What is the state of young Polish art today? [more]
Jamie Zigelbaum calls himself a “science fiction cyberwarlock.” The ingredients of his brew are digital images, data, and pixels. [more]
They’re twins, devout Muslims, and among the most important young artists in South Africa. [more]
Art, Culture and Sports
at the Prinzessinnenpalais
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle
"Kemang Wa Lehulere: Bird Song"
Deutsche Bank 'Artist of the Year'
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
ArtMag Interview at Hara Museum Tokyo
Sarnath Banerjee – A commissioned artwork for Deutsche Bank, London[go to video]