The exhibition The Magritte Machine at the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza is the first retrospective on René Magritte (1898-1967) to be held in Madrid since the event … More
teamLab Planets is a museum located in Toyoso,Tokyo where you can walk through water, and a garden where you become one … More
The exclusive exhibition will be presented by the French artist/filmmaker JR (Paris, 1983) and the director Mathieu Kassovitz. Palazzo Farnese, … More
Studio Irma x Moco Museum presents a new conscious way of living – Reflecting Forward. It’s a Digital Immersive Art … More
The monumental and monochrome sculpture Danse Macabre evokes both a nostalgic and a melancholic feeling. The carousel looks grey and … More
“I liked taking photographs of places, but images always lacked something. I wanted to capture my view of a space, and I found the best way to do that is by sketching it out”.
‘I believe that my work wouldn’t even exist without culture. Much in part because of the reference to the place where I was born and the cultural influence that this brought me. Like the materiality I seek, the traces, the questioning, the ancestry, the history, the colours.’
Michel de Oliveira was born in Tobias Barreto (SE), Brazil. Visual artist, photographer, writer and art educator. He is motivated by the intuitive action of the creative process and by the aesthetic and material potentialities of the photographic image.
Once relegated as simple handcraft, textiles are suddenly everywhere. In the last decade, both artists and amateurs have turned in large numbers to textile processes, driven by a series of major international exhibitions of 20th century seminal fiber artists.
My advice is to get on and make art. No matter how badly it’s going – there is always something good that can come out of failure. – Lesley Hilling
At the start of 2020, it was impossible to predict that this year would transform the art world as we … More