I was lucky to obtain a ticket for one of the final performances of Anne Imhof Natures Mortes at the Palais de Tokyo. Had I known in advance how good the exhibition would be I would have booked a separate ticket for the exhibition as well.
I had been planning to revisit the Musée d’Orsay for years, but I never came around to doing so. It remains one of my favourite museums.
I’d been looking forward to visiting the Pinault Collection at the Bourse de Commerce ever since I read about it being under construction. Perhaps my expectations were too high, but I was quite disappointed, both by the works on show and the architecture.
The Morozov Collection is the second in the Icons of Modern Art series organized by the Fondation Louis Vuitton, bringing together some 200 works from the French and Russian modern art collection of the brothers Mikhaïl and Ivan Morozov.
Die Kunst der Gesellschaft 1900-1945 showcases highlights from the collection of the Neue Nationalgalerie. Like any good collection presentation it offers a new perspective on the collection.
I loved the installation Serene Velocity in Practice: MC510/CS183, part of the Michael Stevenson solo exhibition Disproof Does Not Equal Disbelief at Berlin's KW Institute for Contemporary Art.
The Boros Collection had been high on my Berlin to do list since I first read about it. Contemporary art in a former bunker? Count me in.
The juxtaposition of Calder’s organic forms and Mies van der Rohe’s modernist architecture is a masterstroke.
Brief review of Berlinde de Bruyckere: Engelenkeel at the Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht
Brief review of the Bruce Nauman retrospective at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The exhibitions that shaped how I think about art and gave meaning and direction to my life.
The Kunstmuseum Basel has a large and interesting collection of artworks covering the entire period from the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance to the present.