Stay in Art

Our aim is to be useful. The Adrastus Collection has created a new initiative as a recognition to the artists within the collection, who had cancelled or postponed exhibitions as a result of the pandemic crisis. We do not want these important shows -sometimes with years, effort and much love in the planning- to go unnoticed.
There will be a series of interviews and exhibition reviews as a gesture of our appreciation and gratitude for their work. Each of these will allow us to have a glimpse of their artist’s psyche, their take of the present situation and hopefully inspire us through these confusing but epoch-making times.

We would like to especially thank each artist, gallery and exhibition venues that are or will be part of this initiative.

Upcoming interviews/reviews: 
Petrit Halilaj: The History of a Hug @Museo Reina Sofia and Tate Modern.
Geoffrey Farmer: Everywhere we are @Nickle Art Galleries
Eduardo Basualdo: Everyday Anthropocentrism @Scrap Metal Gallery, Max Estrella
Laure Prouvost: Melting into one another ho hot chad it heating dip @Kunsthalle Lisbon
Rosa Barba: The Hidden Conference @Tate Modern, Parra & Romero, Fondazione Merz
Pierre Huyghe: And yet it moves @Walker Art Center
Roe Ethridge: Old Fruit @Gagosian
David Noonan: Stagecraft @Art Gallery of Ballarat
Haegue Yang: Emergence @Art Gallery of Ontario