An interview with the chief curator of 33rd edition of the Bienal de São Paulo.
The exhibition shedding light on eleven very different Brussel-based collections.
Inside the studio of the artist with the unusual collection.
The museum director who transformed the city of Chemnitz.
The Berlin-based producer collecting beyond the materialistic realm of ownership.
The collector-couple dedicated to South Asian art in the heart of Bangladesh.
For Roberto Toscano, collecting art is an in-depth study of art’s physicality.
Life and art cannot be separated when it comes to Sara Theresa Birn Lysgaard’s art collection.
For Venke Hoff and her husband Rolf, collecting art is an inseparable part of life.
As part of the “Young Collections” series at the Weserburg, Mario von Kelterborn presented works from Collection von Kelterborn in the exhibition “Young Collections 02”.
Since its opening in 2013, the Brooklyn TRANSFER Gallery has remained dedicated to representing computer-based practices.
As an artist, writer, freelance curator, and now curating a section of the new CODE Art Fair that’s coming to the city, Mikkel Carl has some big ideas on the current state of the art world.
Berlin-based artist Piotr Nathan caused a stir when he announced the selling of his monumental mural “Rituale des Verschwindens (Rituals Of Disappearance)” on show at Berghain.
Fabian Knecht, the Berlin-based artist, does not have your typical relationship with his collectors.
Arterritory’s Una Meistere speaks to Berlin based collector Axel Haubrok about the difference between museums and private spaces.