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Moritz Grimm “EVA” at Natalia Hug, Cologne


by mousse

December 4~2016

The work of Moritz Grimm is of a perpetually oscillating nature. Moving rapidly and often between a multitude of dipoles Grimm’s practice is at time difficult to pin down and define.

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“An Uncanny Order” at Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco

by mousse

December 4~2016

Jessica Silverman Galley is pleased to present “An Uncanny Order,” an exhibition featuring paintings by Sebastian Fierro, sculptures by Nevine Mahmoud and photographic constructions by Matt Lipps.

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“Morning uber, evening oscillators” at Seventeen, London

by mousse

December 3~2016

I took an uber at dawn to go to the airport.
I asked the driver what time he had started working, I am his last job, he replied.
I wondered how many times per week he kept this schedule. Four to five he said, you know, I’d rather drive at night, London is too busy during the day.
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Peggy Franck “With no hands. Like a sea” at Arcade, London

by mousse

December 3~2016

There is an image in Peggy 01 showing a contemporary workspace: large open bookshelves, a solid work desk, a wide sideboard with an LP record player and a steel lamp.

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Astrid Wagner at Vin Vin, Vienna

by mousse

December 3~2016

For her exhibition at Vin Vin, Astrid Wagner arranges three distinct elements: a conglomerate of carpets, two ceramic barrels, and a body of sound.

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Phillip Zach “Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung (The World as Will and Representation)” at Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles

by mousse

December 2~2016

Tendency rolls in permutations. Crawling forward in simple cellular arrangements, worms do movement. In “Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung (The World as Will and Representation)”, Schopenhauer said, to see beauty in still life is to quiet your insatiable will, will to more, will to suffering. Digital nomads bridge the distance without moving a body, yet bare the brunt of all Vorstellung has to offer. The fantasy, the performance, the power of imagination redux via memory and fantasy from yes, now, yesterday, kinda five minutes ago. Is potential always positive?

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Pavel Sterec “About the metamorphosis of a spoon in piping” at amt_project, Milan

by mousse

December 2~2016

In my work, I often use an inductive method of artistic research. I circle the topic, which is usually quite broad and sometimes only vaguely defined, until a certain amount of information, and, more importantly, a certain number of experience and meetings with people have accrued.

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Michael Krebber and Mayo Thompson at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin and Cologne

by mousse

December 2~2016

Michael Krebber “Flat Finish” at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin and Cologne

In “Flat Finish”, his fifth solo exhibition at Galerie Buchholz, Michael Krebber (*1954 in Cologne) presents two new series of works on paper, each consisting of 50 drawings, in both the Berlin and Cologne galleries.

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Matthew Darbyshire “Passive Sensor” at Herald St, London

by mousse

December 1~2016

“And so from pipe to pipe, we return
Through the desert of tubes
To the raw materials, to the abstract matter.”
—Raymond Queneau, The Song of Styrene (1958)

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Patrick Goddard and Emily Jones at Almanac, London and Turin

by mousse

December 1~2016

Patrick Goddard “Looking For The Ocean Estate”

Notes on Looking for The Ocean Estate.

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Laura Owens at Sadie Coles HQ, London

by mousse

December 1~2016

The accommodating rhyme scheme of Laura Owens’s first show at Sadie Coles’s Kingly Street space puts bitmap pixels, silkscreened threads and the often visible tooth of the linen support on neighbourly terms. Of a swath just shy of fifty paintings, knottiest are several large formats enacting a disruption of enlarged embroideries, or painting software efforts that echo the woven. An absorbing essay in moss greens is elaborated from a piece signed “E OWENS 83”—presumably the artist’s grandmother—and shows a cross-section of a well-appointed period house. It’s a while before you notice actual yarn leaping through the surface.

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Zhang Enli and Anna Maria Maiolino at Hauser & Wirth, Zurich

by mousse

November 30~2016

Zhang Enli “Intangible 无形”

Hauser & Wirth Zürich is delighted to showcase a new series of paintings by Zhang Enli.

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“La Metafisica Quantica di Bruno Contenotte” at Galleria Allegra Ravizza, Lugano

by mousse

November 30~2016

Allegra Ravizza Gallery is pleased to present a solo show by Bruno Contenotte, an artist who from the very first, in the 1950s, has imposed a change on our ideas about objective reality.

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Paul Sietsema at Matthew Marks Gallery, Los Angeles

by mousse

November 29~2016

Matthew Marks is pleased to announce an exhibition by Paul Sietsema in his galleries at 1062 North Orange Grove and 7818 Santa Monica Boulevard. The artist’s first one-person exhibition in Los Angeles since 2002, it includes two recent films and a group of new paintings and drawings. Sietsema conceived the exhibition around the color green as an aesthetic and speculative framework.

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“Mimmo Rotella. Blanks” at Cardi Gallery, Milan

by mousse

November 29~2016

Cardi Gallery, Milan is happy to present “Mimmo Rotella. Blanks”. The exhibition presents a selection of works produced by Mimmo Rotella in the beginning of the 1980s.

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Melanie Ebenhoch “Cornflakes” at HESTER, New York

by mousse

November 28~2016

HESTER is pleased to present “Cornflakes”, the first US exhibition of works by Melanie Ebenhoch.

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Kasper Bosmans “Model Garden” at Gladstone Gallery, Brussels

by mousse

November 28~2016

“The objects can adapt to the circumstances that develop around them. I believe beauty allows me to refer to content rather than explain it. It might last longer that way.”
— Kasper Bosmans

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Puppies Puppies and Janina McQuoid at Boatos Fine Arts, São Paulo

by mousse

November 27~2016

Puppies Puppies “Fuckin’ Fruit”

The fear is palpable for Gilson Borges Reis, 18, a student in Lauro de Freitas, an industrial city in northeast Brazil. Last month, a cousin who had long taunted him for being gay chased him down the street with a kitchen knife, stabbing him in the chest and arms as relatives watched in horror.
Mr. Reis survived, and the cousin, an evangelical Christian, was arrested. He has been charged with attempted murder, but was promptly released on bail.
The two cousins live on the same street. “He passes my house and flashes me an awful expression,” Mr. Reis said through tears. “I have no protection. I am afraid.”
–“Brazil Is Confronting an Epidemic of Anti-Gay Violence,” by Andrew Jacobs, ​The New York Times​, July 5, 2016.

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