Art News at a Glance

The free B2B digital platform Show On Show is a unique source of information about major upcoming exhibitions and art events for journalists and professionals.

“SHOW ON SHOW is a valuable tool (free of charge) for consultation, programming and verification of major international events.

Every day, SHOW ON SHOW offers many ideas: exhibitions, auctions, fairs, design, etc.

And even if you can’t write about everything, you can keep yourself informed from a 360° angle. It’s not so easy to find such a good source of information.”


Corriere della Sera 7. Milano.

“Every week the SHOW ON SHOW CALENDAR is one of the most useful PR communications I receive—and I get hundreds from around the world.

SHOW ON SHOW is concise, professional, accurate and relevant, and I have several times designed trips based on the exhibit information.

I wish everything in my email inbox were as perfect as Show on Show.”


Published in Alaska Airlines Beyond magazine, Westways, Michelin Travel Publications, MSN.com, Western Journey and Texas Journey. Author of Michelin Must-See Alaska, Michelin British Columbia, Michelin Must-See Vancouver. Co-author of Michelin USA West, Michelin Hawai’i, Michelin Yellowstone Park and Michelin Germany.

” When I first took over the arts listings for the International Property & Travel Magazine I could not have managed without the help provided by SHOW ON SHOW.

It enabled me to reach a good international audience and cut through all the
red tape that sometimes we encounter from museums. Now two years on I still count Show on Show as one
of my prime sources for excellent press kits.

The expanded calendar of event that they provide is also a wonderful synopsis of
what’s going on in the fast expanding world of the arts.”


Freelance Journalist, Editor and judge for International Property & Travel Magazine, Blog at www.orchardtimes.com

events on the On Show Calendar


Photos credits:

Olafur Eliasson – Your atmospheric colour atlas, 2009, Fluorescent lights, color filter foil (red, green, blue), aluminum, steel, ballasts, haze machine / Installation view: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, 2020,ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark © 2009 Olafur Eliasson

Museu Tàpies’ Façade, intervened by the artist Serge Attukwei Clottey, with the installation “Afterlife Voyage”, of the project “Beyond the Skin”, Barcelona, Catalonia, 2024 © Museu Tàpies. Photography: Eva Carasol, 2024