Simon Denny’s practice explores the systemic societal changes that have taken place in recent decades, often referred to as the digital revolution. He is interested in the way that developments in technology alter our understanding of the world.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, presents Barbara Kasten: “Stages”, the first major monographic survey of work by artist Barbara Kasten.
MIER Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new paintings by Danish artist Peter Bonde.
Adam Pendleton “Whole Fragments”
Parra & Romero is pleased to present the first solo show by the artist Adam Pendleton at its space in Ibiza.
Chou Yu-Cheng “Chemical Gilding, Keep Calm, Galvanise, Pray, Gradient, Ashes, Manifestation, Unequal, Dissatisfaction, Capitalise, Incense Burner, Survival, Agitation, Hit, Day Light. II” at Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong
Seemingly random objects and shapes juxtaposed and exposed across a panoramic wallscape; graphs, chemical utensils, stacked paintings—a patchwork of colours and depths. An open-ended sentence, Chou Yu-Cheng’s (b. 1976, Taiwan) major installation and solo exhibition at Edouard Malingue Gallery points to a measured visual articulation of an abstract mental expression.
Adams and Ollman is pleased to announce “The Secret Staircase”, a group exhibition featuring artists who explore—a cross media, intention and time—the spirit and the supernatural.
No! , Conformism, 2016.
00:47:00 minutes on loop
with Diego Salvador Rios (ds re)
HALLE 14 – Centre for Contemporary Art opens its new group exhibition “Capitalist Melancholia” as part of the Gallery Tour of SpinnereiGalleries.
First ever exhibition of the collective in a public institution in Rome, the project by Claire Fontaine at Museo Pietro Canonica is part of a series of exhibitions titled “Fortezzuola”, and sponsored by Roma Capitale—Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali.
Since the late eighties, Margaret Honda (*1961 in San Diego, lives and works in Los Angeles) has developed a practice that is deeply sculptural in nature and in which historicity of objects, auto-biography and process all play equal roles as working materials.
Andrew Kreps Gallery is pleased to announce Erscheinungen, Peter Piller’s third solo exhibition at the gallery.
This guy once joked to me, sort of half seriously, that his choices for an upcoming move had been narrowed to the American South vs. Rotterdam, and somehow this foreign city in a foreign country seemed more familiar to him than a whole massive region in his own backyard.
Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present “I Talk with the Spirits”, an exhibition featuring the work of artists Thornton Dial, Jay Heikes, and Lee Mullican.
Cibelle Cavalli Bastos “A Thousand Ways to Kill a Monster” and “Prediction” at Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo
Cibelle Cavalli Bastos “A Thousand Ways to Kill a Monster”
Mendes Wood DM has the pleasure of presenting the exhibition “A Thousand Ways to Kill a Monster,” the first solo show by Cibelle Cavalli Bastos at the gallery.
Peres Projects is pleased to present “Wild Style: Exhibition of Figurative Art”, a group exhibition exploring depictions of the human figure by contemporary artists and unidentified African artists active from 200 BC to the present.
Lulu is proud to present Lulu co-founder Martín Soto Climent’s first retrospective, ever.
The hill will descend from the Arno down that cyprus road’s allées of blindsiding bosquets. Inverse dendochronologies ring the isolotto: a cloth-like waifish waver and ripples more minute than worsted. You could tell by that quixotic, ruffle-y feeling, wringing a thermokinematics of halsine affections – say(,) those harpies harping on. This sluice of social generosity Giambologna kept close to heart.