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As 2017 opens there is a sense that all bets are off—that it is time to roll the dice and keep a hand open to all possibilities.Read More
The 19th Biennale of Sydney has opened once again in locations across the city, from smaller venues to established museums. This year’s biennale, curated by Juliana Engberg of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, is entitled “You Imagine What You Desire,” and celebrates the creative language of an artist’s imagination. Engberg has chosen a full-bodied selection of artists...Read More
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is staging the first major solo exhibition in a museum setting by Gabriel Lester, one of the most promising artistsRead More
The 55th Venice Biennale will open its doors on June 1st with the usual fanfare as the who's who of the international art scene arrive for the inauguration and award ceremony. This year's theme, "Il Papazzo Enciclopedia – The Encyclopedic Palace" aims to provide a space for an imaginary museum that collects the ‘world's knowledge’Read More
The outsized ambition, as well as frenetic, festive atmosphere around Salt’s opening felt very much in the spirit of Hüseyin Alptekin.Read More
From 15 to 19 February, the Netherlands is the guest country for the international contemporary art fair ARCOmadrid 2012.Read More
Gabriel Lester (b. 1972 Amsterdam, Netherlands) studied at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. Selected exhibitions include the Glucksman Gallery in Cork, Ireland, Platform in Istanbul, the Fons Welters Gallery in Amsterdam and the Natalia Goldin Gallery in Stockholm. He is represented by the Fons Welters Gallery in Amsterdam.