The American dancer and choreographer William Forsythe on his first exhibition at Gagosian Le Bourget, Paris: robots and choreography and the “optical human puzzle” provided by the formal potential of human bodies interacting.
Africa is not a country, and I remember having extensive discussions about the fact that there’s a kind of impossibility to even trying to approach Africa in such a way. And yet there’s also a historical, utopian project around pan-Africanism that’s even bigger than just the continent of Africa.
Alvaro Barrington’s paintings attend to combinations of materials, movements, and references both art historical and cultural in a broader sense.
The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) presents Again, Again It All Comes Back to Me in Brief Glimpses, which celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Jonas Mekas, one of the true pillars of avant-garde and independent cinema.
Conceived for the red space of the Roter Salon, Country Grammar is the first episode of a new series of works where the British performer invites filmmakers and artists to respond with their own visual material to her historical performances.