In case you're not a regular reader of the blog, I'm an avid exhibition hopper and try to write up things after I see them so that other people can benefit (and to help you tune out the noise).
There are a few events that are winding up or on the verge of closing, so I'm reposting a couple of links in case you or someone you know is heading to any of the following events and is interested in a quick read. And I'm popping in a few other articles that might've been of interest to you as well.
The Venice Biennale runs until November this year and I've compiled my 12 favourite shows in addition to a one day guide to visiting Giardini and one for Arsenale. You can find all the solid stuff here.
There's a nice photography exhibition which is winding up in Otranto at the moment. You might not make it to see the exhibit, but the following article might give you some food for thought on our obsession about how photography shapes our viewpoint. Here.
All the controversy in the new appointments to 20 of Italy's most important art galleries here along with why Italians are up in arms for the wrong reason.
Lest we forget Khaled al Asaad, who just a month ago died at the brutal hands of IS in service of Syria's antiquities.
Beware the might of China and the weaknesses in protecting authorship and copyright. The Anish Kapoor edition.
We recently commemorated the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima's devastation and its moving and powerful museum is getting a (controversial) face lift.