Galerie Micheline Szwajcer in collaboration with Archivio Luciano and Carla Fabro, are pleased to celebrate one of the most significant artist of the post war period, Luciano Fabro (Turin 1936–Milan 2007) through an exhibition featuring a set of historical works from the early sixties Luciano Fabro has reactivated in a new version in 2001.
Laveronica Arte Contemporanea is pleased to present “Propagandas”, the first solo exhibition in Italy by Jonas Staal, curated by Matteo Lucchetti, and developed in collaboration with the Ragusa-based Sicilian anarchist group “Sicilia Libertaria”.
Nomas Foundation is pleased to present “Road Back To Relevance” the first institutional solo show by Dan Rees in Italy.
ZERO… is pleased to present “Book Club 2.0”, the first solo exhibition by Cally Spooner at the gallery.
Greene Naftali is pleased to announce “Telemetry”, the gallery’s second solo exhibition by Los Angeles–based artist William Leavitt.
The internationally renowned French artist is known for his in situ works, characterised by the presence of a recurring motif made up of alternating white and coloured stripes.
Taryn Simon “Action Research / The Stagecraft of Power”
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art presents “Action Research / The Stagecraft of Power”, featuring two new series by Taryn Simon.
Hauser & Wirth presents the gallery’s first Zurich exhibition devoted to internationally-admired Osaka-born, Paris-based artist Takesada Matsutani.
Mexican artist Edgardo Aragón addresses Mexican and global economic and political systems, and zooms in on their effects on Mexican communities.
Giò Marconi is pleased to present “Le coppie si passano la palla” – Günther Förg’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.
David Kordansky Gallery is very pleased to announce “Saturn Returns”, an exhibition of new paintings by Chris Martin.
Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan “A Petition for an Enquiry into a Condition of Anxiety” at The Modern Institute, Glasgow
“A Petition for an Enquiry into a Condition of Anxiety” will resume the task of negotiating the conditions and contexts through and within which contemporary art circulates.
Annka Kultys Gallery is pleased to present the gallery’s first exhibition with Alexandra Gorczynski. “Never Forever” features recent digital paintings by the Philadelphia-based artist, recognized as one of the most influential young artists to emerge from the post-Internet art moment.
“Sir John was continually, over a lifetime, collecting and extending his house to accommodate his collection. The whole edifice is his work of art. Strange then to intervene in his picture, temporarily.”
Dominique Lévy is pleased to announce a solo exhibition in New York by Enrico Castellani, with whom the gallery has worked since its inception in 2012.
Epistemology, as well as biology, both recognize irrationality. In biology it is predominantly a reaction, assuming there is stress for time, which often leads to revolutionary solutions. It is possible that irrationality, so closely entwined with an emotion and a subject, can generate the ability for animals to make decisions, which are not controlled by the devised instinctive behavior, but with individual feelings.
“Standard Length of a Miracle” is a mutating retrospective by Goldin+Senneby. Over the past ten years, the Stockholm-based artist duo has explored virtual worlds, offshore companies, withdrawal strategies, and subversive speculation.