Camille Henrot, Palais de Tokyo

Palais de Tokyo gives its third Carte Blanche to French artist Camille Henrot (*1978). After interventions by Philippe Parreno in 2013 and Tino Sehgal in 2016, Henrot was invited to cover the entirety of the 13,000m² exhibition space.

KÖNIG London, Opening

Johann König opens his first permanent space in London and introduces the biannual magazine KÖNIG. On the new endeavours of the art world’s enfant terrible.

Autumn Shows, London

My actual highlight of Frieze is not the tent in Regent’s Park but the high quality shows in London’s gallery spaces. My top three exhibitions are still on for a few more weeks. 

Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

My favourite places in the world are a combination of great architecture and great art. Add a remarkable landscape and a beautiful garden to the mix and you are at Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

Wolfgang Tillmans, Fondation Beyeler

It’s a big year for Wolfgang Tillmans. Before his major show at Tate Modern closed a few days ago, another one opened at the renowned Fondation Beyeler–just in time for the annual congregation of the art world for Art Basel.