Before entering the vast white tent (250,000 square feet to be precise), which returns once again to Randall’s Island for the 2016 opening of Frieze New York, visitors are pre-warned, as always of the multitude of things on view.
The chaos of post-war Paris produced monumental political, cultural, and social change in France, which came to a head with the ideological student revolt of May 1968.
Blois is a small city of windy medieval streets nestled in the middle of the Loire Valley, just two hours train ride from Paris.
The gallery and café-bar metamatictaf is hidden on a side street in Athens, a brief walk from the bustling Pandrossou and Monastiraki flea markets.
This week, taking place in the creative hub of East London – the Old Truman Brewery, D&AD Festival brings together the world’s pioneers in design and advertising for a series of talks, awards, events and workshops.
Patrón Tequila have come together with the legendary musician Nenah Cheery, electronic music duo Darkstar and digital visual artist Tim Head to curate a one off unique night of audio and graphic entertainment this Thursday in London.
If you have ever been to Paris in the spring, I am sure you would agree that it is truly the best time to visit the city.
Inspired by a line from an eighth century Classical Arabic poem by the great Classical poet Abu Nawas, The unbreakable rope – a new exhibition in London, aims to portray the past, present and future of sexuality and love within the Middle East as being diverse and cosmopolitan.
Hot on the heels of the success of Mapping the City and Futurismo Ancestral, Somerset House is again teaming up with the arts collaboration A(by)P to present a new series of fresh commissions by seventeen of the worlds best graffiti artists.
With characteristic aplomb, the Armory Show opened its doors to the public on Thursday March 3rd.
Glass art is something that until recent years has remained to the wider audience, something that was seen as more of a craft than an art.
Usually when there is something very expensive on offer, the wealthy residents of Singapore don’t need to be invited twice.
If the UK’s contemporary art scene were a map, it would appear with London as a huge domineering capital, then small pockets of buzz dotted around the nuclei.
A closer look at the Prudential Eye Awards 2016 in Singapore The Singapore Art Week 2016 is a wrap.
The Royal Academy’s recently opened exhibition, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, is aesthetically stunning, however, its true beauty lies within the encrypted messages hidden beneath the surfaces of the 120 exhibited canvases.
Nestled in the beautiful surroundings of East Sussex, some 8 miles in land from Brighton at the foothills of the South Downs, lies the inordinately pretty village of Ditchling.
Singapore’s art scene is finally freeing itself from financial markets – Candid’s resident Asian Arts correspondent Peter Schmike investigates.
It is hard to believe that the London Art Fair is now in its 28th year.
It’s that time again, when the world’s leading Modern and Contemporary art galleries, artists and art fanatics alike descend upon Miami.
With the opening of the Tate Britain’s winter exhibition, Artist and Empire, Britain’s rather shady Imperial past is thrown firmly back into the limelight.
For those of you who haven’t had enough of art after Frieze week in London, and have hopped on over to Paris for the French equivalent, FIAC (Fiore Internationale d’Art Contemporain), Candid Magazine have compiled our handy guide of ten things to do around town to give you a break from the fair.