Join the newsletter
Mousse on iPad
TAAC
Vdrome is online
MilanoArtBulletin

twitter facebook pinterest google plus

Get Mousse at home:

SUBSCRIBE


Available On the App Store

Beto Shwafaty “The Phantom Matrix (Old Structures, New Glories)” – SITU #4 at Galeria Leme, São Paulo

by mousse

May 29~2016

Galeria Leme presents the fourth site-specific commissioned for SITU, curated by Bruno de Almeida, giving continuity to a broader research on ways of thinking and discussing the production of (urban) space through a dialogue between art, architecture and city.
see more



Martine Syms “Fact & Trouble” at ICA, London

by mousse

May 29~2016

The ICA is delighted to announce the first solo institutional exhibition in the UK by Martine Syms.

see more



Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, Rafael Gómezbarros and Per Kirkeby at The Wanas Foundation – Wanås Konst

by mousse

May 28~2016

The artist duo Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg (Sweden) along with Rafael Gómezbarros (Colombia) occupy the sculpture park, the Art Gallery, and the buildings of Wanås.

see more



“InterKontinental” at Belmacz Gallery, London

by mousse

May 28~2016

Julia Muggenburg is pleased to announce “InterKontinental” bringing together works of 17 artists in all manners of media.

see more



Cho Yong-Ik at Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong

by mousse

May 27~2016

Delicate systematic scratches revealing a dual undertone; rhythmic yet ad hoc strokes whisking the painterly surface; fine wisps skirting the edges of the page. Each are elements composing the delicate, process-driven work of seminal Korean artist Cho Yong-Ik (b. 1934), who rose to prominence in the mid 60s following his studies at Seoul National University before passing in the 70s to the Dansaekhwa rubric of expression [1].

see more



Glenn Sorensen “Opener” at Corvi-Mora, London

by mousse

May 27~2016

Corvi-Mora gallery is proud to announce the opening of “Opener”, an exhibition of new paintings by Glenn Sorensen (1968, Sydney, AU).

see more



Thornton Dial “We All Live Under the Same Old Flag” at Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York

by mousse

May 26~2016

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present “We All Live Under the Same Old Flag”, an exhibition of paintings by Thornton Dial.

see more



“I Marziani” at Biennale Disegno Rimini – Castel Sismondo, Rimini

by mousse

May 26~2016

The exhibition contains about sixty works from the Ramo Collection of Milan, open to the public for the first time. The collection, which began several years ago due to the interest of Giuseppe Rabolini in drawing and works on paper, retraces the phases of Italian art history through a focus on drawing, seen not only as a means of preparation for paintings and sculptures, but also as a primary expression of Italian artistic research.

see more



Ull Hohn and Megan Francis Sullivan at Kunsthalle Bern

by mousse

May 25~2016

Ull Hohn

Ull Hohn’s final paintings and drawings, created in 1994 and 1995, are based on works from his youth and are titled Revisions.

see more



Mimmo Jodice at Galleria Vistamare, Pescara

by mousse

May 25~2016

Vistamare gallery inaugurates an exhibition of work by Mimmo Jodice, one of Italy’s greatest photographers.

see more



“A Weed is a Plant Out of Place” at Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore

by mousse

May 24~2016

Weeds are about survival in alien territory. Some grow in harsh and uninhabitable territories where one might think there was not enough soil to support any form of life, such as roadsides, ruins, rubbish dumps, construction sites and through cracks in exposed walls.

see more



“Lukas Duwenhögger: Undoolay” at Artists Space, New York

by mousse

May 24~2016

see more



Francesco Simeti “Armed, Barbed and Halberd-Shaped” at Francesca Minini, Milan

by mousse

May 24~2016

Mugwort, thornapple, goldenrod and poppy. Arise, children of the weedland, proletariat of the plant kingdom, and topple the thrones of the nobler horticultural flora, chop off their hypercivilized, hybridized heads. Gird yourselves and gallop out to overthrow the rose, queen of the garden. The Romantics and poets, Emerson and Thoreau, are with you. Gerard Manley Hopkins is singing, “Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet”! But then the gardener’s hand swoops down—as maker, warden and judge of artificial landscapes—and the revolt is already quelled. A hoe to the roots and the weeds have been extirpated. Every garden tended by man is a failed coup-d’état, a foundered revolution.

see more



Jac Leirner “Junkie” at White Cube—Mason’s Yard, London

by mousse

May 23~2016

“[…] her work forges a continuous encounter between various things that are on the surface of the world, bringing together the unexpected and the known without any sort of hierarchy.”
—Moacir dos Anjos, “The Cat’s Smile”, Jac Leirner, Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo 2012

see more



Mirak Jamal and Fay Nicolson at Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Berlin

by mousse

May 23~2016

Mirak Jamal “Mirak Djamal IRONIMUS ‘91”

Galerie Rolando Anselmi is pleased to present “Mirak Djamal IRONIMUS ‘91”, a solo exhibition by Mirak Jamal. The exhibition takes its title from a drawing made in Cologne, Germany—the artist’s childhood residence of the time. At the gallery space Jamal will present a site-specific accumulation of works allowing us to enter a new imaginary terrain revolving around a revisitation of an old drawing.

see more



Jacopo Miliani “A Slow Dance Without Name” at Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon

by mousse

May 22~2016

Kunsthalle Lissabon presents “A Slow Dance Without Name”, the first solo show in Portugal by Italian artist Jacopo Miliani.

see more



Federico Baronello “Indegination” and Mauro Cappotto “Makes, Remakes and Unmakes” at Fondazione Brodbeck, Catania

by mousse

May 22~2016

Fondazione Brodbeck in Catania is glad to announce its exhibiting format by the name of “Unfinished Culture”.

see more



Karl Holmqvist “Read Dear” at Camden Arts Center, London

by mousse

May 21~2016

Karl Holmqvist has managed, over the course of twenty-odd years of career, to win both significant critical approval and the admiration of his peers.

see more



Older Posts »