Julia Muggenburg is happy to announce “Costermongering” with New York based artist Paul Branca, whose original idea sparked a two-part month long show.
“Passo Dopo Passo” seeks to examine diverse—both historical and contemporary—artworks and artistic practices that reflect on the status of movement, openness and enclosure, fear and expectations.
Giuseppe Penone “Ebbi, Avrò, Non Ho (J’eus, J’aurai, Je n’ai)” at Galerie Marian Goodman, Paris and “Fui, Sarò, Non Sono (I was, I will be, I am not)” at Marian Goodman Gallery, London
Marian Goodman Gallery is delighted to announce two simultaneous exhibitions of works by Giuseppe Penone at the London and Paris galleries.
“All living beings perceive of the world only in terms of what is necessary to their action.”
Fri Art proposes a radical retrospective consisting of eleven closures of the art centre space – one following the other – by eleven different artists.
Frac is hosting an exhibition of work by Amar Kanwar. Famous for his films and installations, this Indian artist offers a poetical and aesthetic take on the political, economic and social issues that affect this part of the world.
In contrast to the times of the avant-gardes, artistic claims of innovation today are premised less on the cutting-off of lines of tradition but rather on the rediscovery and reinvention of precursors.
The pioneering practice of Joan Jonas (New York, 1936) across performance, experimental film and video-installation is showcased in “stream or river, flight or pattern”, an exhibition at Fundación Botín, organized by Benjamin Weil, artistic director of Centro Botín.
Since his last solo exhibition a year and a half ago, Ryan Estep has behaved more as a farmer than an artist.
A line, a curve, a color, a light, a reflection, an outline on the wall.
“Che il vero possa confutare il falso – Casting Down Falsehood by Truth” at Santa Maria della Scala, Palazzo Pubblico and Accademia dei Fisiocritici, Siena
The exhibition is a two-way dialogue between the AGIVERONA Collection and the city of Siena.
Marinella Senatore “Modica Street Musical – The Present, the Past and the Possible” at Laveronica arte contemporanea and various venues, Modica
Galleria Laveronica is proud to present the new public work by Marinella Senatore, Modica Street Musical – The Present, the Past and the Possible, a musical travelling around the city of Modica, with two acts and an intermezzo, curated by Matteo Lucchetti.
“Specchio del Mare” combines a parcours of several works and work-series from 1968 until today.
Each exhibition at Palazzo Fortuny is inspired by a desire to trace the multidisciplinary route that epitomised Mariano Fortuny’s life in art.
The project room of the Man Museum hosts Petra Feriancová’s project entitled “An exhibition on doubt”, curated by Emanuela Manca.
Shown across three galleries at the IMA, Luke Willis Thompson’s exhibition of conceptual sculpture and film binds together three projects that mark the first five years of the artist’s work.
Dino Zrnec’s paintings look like creases on a palm. They are beige and blue—veins and skin. Their thin lines slant and curve and connect, each in their own way, yet each by the same process. And in a sense, reading them is like reading a palm.
In her sculptures, paintings, drawings, installations and videos, Camille Henrot (Paris, 1978) relates popular codes and references to literature, philosophy, anthropology, science, technology and art history, creating works that are at once accessible and elusive, recognizable and deviant.