A rock crystal and a black pearl, a glass bell jarand a mouflon skin, an ancient press, a large rough sea sponge, crafted malachite, elk antlers: these are just a few of the elements we find in the works that Giovanni Kronenberg gathered for this exhibition.
First look, superficially pleasant and deeply disturbing, may give rise to panic. A glance is not enough, you have to look.
Bonner Kunstverein announces a retrospective survey of the work of Wim T. Schippers.
For the past four decades, Zvi Goldstein (born 1947, Transylvania) has been working to shift the direction of contemporary art towards areas which were historically shaped as the peripheries of the Western world.
Alien Formalism: Actuality and Abstraction
‘[Form] prolongs and diffuses itself throughout our dreams and fancies: we regard it, as it were, as a kind of fissure through which crowds of images aspiring to birth may be introduced into some indefinite realm…’ – Henri Focillon, The Life of Forms in Art, 1934
Mi trovavo a Parigi sotto un cielo che sembrava cemento, una linea nera attraversava il mio stato d’ animo, disegnavo… Quando ad un certo punto il cielo si aprì e divenne azzurro, il mio umore cambio’ all improvviso, mi sentivo me stesso, ma poi di lì a poco il sole cominciò a tramontare, il cielo divenne rosa ciclamino…
In her first UK solo exhibition Aude Pariset presents a new body of work that productively contrasts the clinical representation of science, conservation, and heritage alongside the natural ferocity of decomposing organic matter.
For this exhibition, the artists present a series of their sculptural White Element works recently featured in their shows at MoMA PS1 New York, CCA Wattis San Francisco, Raven Row London and in White Suprematism at the CAC Vilnius, which will be also be the title of their upcoming solo show at Portikus, Frankfurt.
Sadie Benning started making experimental videos as a teenager in 1988. The low-fi, black and white videos explored aspects of identity, language and memory.
If Mars still had oceans and active volcanism it might have resembled Lanzarote.
“We were all full; the desire of the old unit as well as its research has the name of Eros.”
SpazioA is proud to present “Fixed Action Pattern” the first solo exhibition in Italy by the Brazilian artist Adriano Amaral.
Piotr Lakomy’s work engages with human scale, and its relationship to objects and architecture.
Michael Werner Gallery, London, is pleased to present “Some Terrible Problems”, an exhibition of new paintings by American artist Peter Saul.
“Elizabeth Price Curates: IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOY” at the Whitworth, The University of Manchester
A Hayward Touring exhibition opening at the Whitworth, The University of Manchester.
The exhibition at Museo Pietro Canonica is the first ever of Ciprian Mureşan in a public institution in Rome. The project is part of a series of exhibitions titled “Fortezzuola”, and sponsored by Roma Capitale – Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali.
The first edition of ACADEMIÆ, a biennial event entirely dedicated to academy, international art school and university students, has opened on July 1, 2016 in the Fortezza / Franzensfeste area. The first edition, curated by Christiane Rekade and Francesca Boenzi, sees the participation of 35 emerging artists, selected in collaboration with 11 artists working as professors in as many European academies.