We're about to hit the weekend, but let's face it, these days every day feels like a weekend. We used to devote leisurely Saturday strolls through some of our favourite galleries and exhibitions, and actually, that doesn't need to change, other than changing STROLLING to SCROLLING.

We've round up some enlightening  exhibitions you can take a virtual gander in, here below:

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac's artist Erwin Wurm
In the idylls of the Austrian countryside, get a personally narrated selfie-film of sculptor Erwin Wurm's studio and thoughts on a series of recent projects, and if you make it to 6min 40sec in, you'll get to see his garden, where one of his Fat HOuses has lived since 2003. "First conceived as a commentary on middle-class consumer culture, the installation feels more relevant than ever given our current situation," opines Galerie Thaddeus Ropac's press release. Though we tend to agree. Watch it here below:


The Met Breuer's Gerhard Richter: Painting After All
A fascinating tour of the museum rooms where Richter's haunting paintings hang (from March - July 2020 apparently), interspersed with clips of his process, his works in progress and context. Think of it like donning headphones for the audio tour, but visual.

Click to watch it HERE

Pace Gallery's Material Matters
Catch this while you can, as their online exhibition only runs until 21st of April, 2020. Can one examine what 'materiality' means when you don't get to see the works up close, full of form and texture or fabrication? That's what makes this online viewing so compelling, as you get to examine the work of eleven artists today and their approach to working in terracota, bronze and more but through our screens in 2D.

Lynda Benglis' Quahatika, 2013, glazed ceramic, 23 × 13 × 10"

View the exhibition by click this link

Christian Dior's Designer of Dreams Now Online
Didn't catch the spectacular Musée des Arts Décoratifs in 2017, nor the V&A version? Well, now is your time to indulge in over 70 years of creation and inspiration, and will get your juices flowing with this much needed injection of beauty and thoughtfulness of design.