Judy Chicago “Herstory” at LUMA Arles
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3d ago
“Herstory” premiered at the New Museum, New York in 2023, receiving rare reviews as it provided for the first time a historical context and narrative to Chicago’s body of work. The exhibition was the iconic feminist artist’s most comprehensive New York museum survey to date. LUMA Arles will host the exhibition in the Summer 2024, in Arles, as a reconceived and expanded exhibition, building on the success of the New Museum show. Spanning more than sixty years of the artist’s career for the most expansive exhibition of her work in Europe to date, “Herstory” traces Chicago’s practice from her ear ..read more
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“Ho Tzu Nyen: Time & the Tiger” at Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-On-Hudson
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3d ago
“Ho Tzu Nyen: Time & the Tiger” at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College’s (CCS Bard) Hessel Museum of Art marks the first in-depth examination of artist Ho Tzu Nyen’s multifaceted practice (b. 1976, Singapore) in the United States. Widely considered one of the most innovative artists to emerge internationally in the past 20 years, Ho creates complex and compelling video/sound installations that probe reality, history, and fiction rooted in the culture of Southeast Asia. “Time & the Tiger” features five immersive film and multimedia installations spanning two decades that dra ..read more
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“Always Thinking Like A Scrim: Part 2” at SHIMMER
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4d ago
A scrim (mesh fabric) is a lightweight, open-weave material used primarily in theatrical performances and veils. Depending on the lighting, the scrim can be visible or invisible, and it often serves as reinforcement for repairing damaged fabrics. Etel Adnan and Lynn Marie Kirby wrote “Always Thinking Like A Scrim.” Just as a scrim’s visibility changes with lighting, our experience of the world is shaped by multiple, often overlapping facets, like palimpsestic support and folds that hold. From the pollution caused by mass consumption of textiles to the canvas stretched as an image, from the swa ..read more
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Rafa Silvares “Bloom” at Peres Projects, Berlin
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4d ago
April 26, early afternoon: Rafa and I meet for the first time right outside of the building where his studio is located in former East Berlin. The day is bright and sunny, but as we enter the long ill-lit corridor, it immediately turns dark and humid. One lazy lightbulb, which has probably been there for decades, leads the way in front of us. Rafa opens his studio door and the contrast could not be greater: a vision of vast and wide, tall and white walls, illuminated by lines and lines of fluorescent tubes. There are no windows and the world outside is present only through symbols. The feeling ..read more
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Timur Si-Qin “A Vision of You” at Magician Space, Beijing
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5d ago
Timur Si-Qin’s third exhibition at Magician Space was inspired by his journey through Western China in the fall of 2023, focusing on the Hengduan Mountain Range in Western Sichuan, near the eastern edges of the Himalayas. This region is not only a unique ecoregion and a biodiversity hotspot, but it also cradles six major rivers that downstream provide water to one-third of the world’s population. Hengduan boasts one of the highest levels of biodiversity in China, supporting the richest temperate endemic flora worldwide. Protecting areas like Hengduan&nb ..read more
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Ioana Nemeș “All the Future Ahead” at Kevin Space, Vienna
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5d ago
“All the Future Ahead” is the first solo exhibition by Romanian conceptual artist Ioana Nemeș (1979–2011) in Austria. Highlighting her complex investigations of time and language, the exhibition centers around Monthly Evaluations (2005–2010), a major body of work consisting of a diagrammatic system of (self-)observations. Driven by the desire “to record, dissect, understand and describe intangible things such as life or time”, Nemeș developed a methodology of day-to-day assessments based on a distinct set of parameters: “physical” (abbreviated as P), “emotional ..read more
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Christian Fogarolli “Breakdown” at Galerie Mazzoli, Berlin
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5d ago
“Breakdown” is Christian Fogarolli’s second solo exhibition at Galerie Mazzoli’s Berlin venue. The show offers the public the opportunity to interact with a series of new installation works in which the separations between body and mind, as well as normality and deviance, are questioned to stimulate a reflection on the normative attributions of illness, marginalization and categorization in our society.  “Breakdown” presents a path involving the destruction of images, in which figures and features are subjected to physical strain through tools, utensils or actions that invade th ..read more
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Meriem Bennani, Rasha Omar “Above A Cloud” at City SALTS, Basel 

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6d ago
Meriem Bennani’s videos and multimedia installations highlight the ways digital technologies, networks, and global consumption have transformed our lives, cultures, and relationships. Rasha Omar’s paintings depict the contrast between reality, such as wars and conflicts, and utopian dreams, reflecting her experience of living through war and seeking to move past it. Rasha Omar Rasha Omar In That Corner, 2024 Oil, acrylic and charcoal on canvas 170×140 cm Rasha Omar A Lullaby, 2024 Oil, Acrylic and charcoal on canvas 170 x 140 cm Rasha Omar Serenity, 2024 Oil, Acrylic and charcoal on canvas 170 ..read more
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Christian Fogarolli “Breakdown” at Galleria Mazzoli, Berlin
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by Mousse Magazine
6d ago
“Breakdown” is Christian Fogarolli’s second solo exhibition at Galerie Mazzoli’s Berlin venue. The show offers the public the opportunity to interact with a series of new installation works in which the separations between body and mind, as well as normality and deviance, are questioned to stimulate a reflection on the normative attributions of illness, marginalization and categorization in our society.  “Breakdown” presents a path involving the destruction of images, in which figures and features are subjected to physical strain through tools, utensils or actions that invade th ..read more
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Andréa Hygino “Classroom (Sala de Classe)” at Kunstverein Bielefeld
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6d ago
“Classroom (Sala de Classe)” is the first institutional solo exhibition by Andréa Hygino (b. 1992, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) in Europe. Like the Kunstverein, which is located close to two schools, the exhibition’s title also highlights proximity to a site of education: the classroom. Densely interpenetrated by social, societal and political factors, classroom spaces hold out the promise of a democratic sphere of action. But to what extent do actual school experiences reflect this promise? And how much is our answer to that question influenced by the position we speak from? A recurring starting p ..read more
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