Campoli Presti is pleased to present Jutta Koether’s fifth solo exhibition with the gallery. Questioning the traditional hierarchies of painting, Koether’s work deconstructs the distinction between copy and original.
The American artist Eric Wesley is the winner of the 2016 Artisti per Frescobaldi Award.
Danilo Buccella “Cicuta – Hemlock” at FL GALLERY – SPAZIO 22, Milan
White Rainbow is pleased to announce “Imperfect Geometry”, a solo exhibition by the late Japanese-Brazilian painter and sculptor Tomie Ohtake (1913- 2015).
“I was living in a brand new 3 bedroom semi-detached out on a wide road of identical houses. They were all still empty apart from mine. The streets lights weren’t connected yet but I had fixed up some solar panels on my roof. I used most of the power generated to light my house, but anything left over I used to light the street on nights like this.”
“I made some noodles with apricots and went to sleep too early on the grass out front of the house with the whole road left light up.”
The world is disillusioned. This is not about adopting a romantic and nostalgic position of a lost Golden Age, but to interpret this world through the lens of a history combining dramas, conflicts, wars and that seems to absorb our civilisation in the vortex of the chaos.
Annka Kultys Gallery is pleased to present “Comfort Zone”, an exhibition of new works by Molly Soda. This will be the gallery’s second exhibition with the American artist since she joined in 2015.
“John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, Allan Kaprow: Archive of Contemporary Art – Snakes and Ladders – 100 years of exhibitions” at Casa Morra, Naples
Casa Morra is a new museum area created by Giuseppe Morra at Palazzo Ayerbo D’Aragona Cassano in Naples.
“Lines of Passage (in medias res)” – Elgiz Collection at The Municipal Art Gallery of Mytilene, Lesvos
“Lines of Passage (in medias res)” endeavours to demonstrate a variety of connections among narratives of memory and expressions of differing intensities and approaches through artworks selected from the permanent collection of the Elgiz Museum in Istanbul. Sevda and Can Elgiz began amassing the collection in 1980 by focusing on “the contemporary” in art and life and in 2001, made the collection accessible to the public at The Elgiz Museum in Istanbul.
Where do I go when I sleep? It’s a silly question but I keep asking it.
The Mart presents a major anthological exhibition on Robert Morris looking at the thought and the holistic approach to art of one of its main interpreters of our time.
The Renaissance Society presents the first solo US exhibition by Ben Rivers, a London-based artist who primarily works in moving image.
Deborah Kass “Art Histories”
Brand New Gallery is pleased to present “Art Histories”, Deborah Kass’s first solo show in Italy. The exhibition will feature a group works from the most interesting series the artist realized during her long career.
Days correspond to one rotation of the earth; our corrupted months derive from the position of the moon; years are measured by the journey of the earth around the sun. The week, by contrast, is a fiction, a human invention. Yet that does not diminish its emotional and psychological effects. We experience it as a narrative cycle— with associated nadirs, crescendos, climaxes—structured by the particular qualities of its component days.
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.