“Standard Length of a Miracle” is a mutating retrospective by Goldin+Senneby. Over the past ten years, the Stockholm-based artist duo has explored virtual worlds, offshore companies, withdrawal strategies, and subversive speculation.
kaufmann repetto is pleased to announce Pierpaolo Campanini’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery.
Alberto Peola Gallery is pleased to present Francesca Ferreri’s first solo exhibition.
Fundación Botín presents the 22nd edition of “Itinerarios”, an annual survey of recent trends in contemporary art.
After the international success gained by the work Dalston Anatomy, VIASATERNA presents the first solo show in Italy by Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980). The exhibition, curated by Fantom, brings together a series of original works designed especially for the gallery spaces.
“Making Worlds: Art and Science Fiction” is an anthology of new texts by artists, curators, art historians and writers who are self-confessed science fiction fans. The book is the starting point of the exhibition.
In the words of Omar Kholeif, curator of the exhibition, “Electronic Superhighway” examines “artistic processes and formations that have emerged as a direct result of changing technological conditions.”
Galleria Federico Vavassori is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Emil Michael Klein. This is Klein’s second exhibition with the gallery, and the inaugural exhibition at the new location in Via Giorgio Giulini 5, Milan.
The Museo Nazionale Romano (National Roman Museum) in Palazzo Altemps presents an exhibition by Matthew Monahan, curated by Ludovico Pratesi.
“te tolanche dhaga navhate | no, it wasn’t the locust cloud” is the first solo exhibition in a national institution of Prabhakar Pachpute. Pachpute’s installation confronts the iconic space of the dome gallery of the museum through an extensive, encompassing wall drawing, sculptural interventions and a video projection occupying the cupola.
Debora Hirsch “donotclickthru” at Galleria PACK—SPAZIO 22, Milan
Galleria Pack, Milan, is pleased to announce their first collaboration with the Milan-based Brazilian artist Debora Hirsch. The exhibition is entitled “donotclickthru”.
em’kal eyongakpa “beats/bits of(f) sPACE(s). letters from etokobarek chapter 1:i” at APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia
What space? What spaces? What rhythm? What beat?
Technology and its developments have undoubtedly led to changes in our world, and arguably the world has advanced as a result of it. Some have debated, however, that society has regressed in technology’s wake, and its substituting effect can be, at times, questionable.
Clima Gallery is proud to present Sparkilng Matter, a solo show by Italian artist Matteo Nasini.
Josh Reames “Wet & Wild”
Brand New Gallery is delighted to present Josh Reames’ solo exhibition “Wet & Wild”.
Amie Siegel frequently works with methods of transference, repetition, and doubling.
“Proprioception”, the Italian artist Manuele Cerutti’s first solo show in the UK, opened on March 31st at the Italian Cultural Institute (ICI) in London.
What is nothingness? What is thingliness? What is blackness? What’s the relationship between blackness, thingliness, nothingness and the (de/re)generative operations of… a life in common?