ANNOUNCEMENTS

Gallery On The Move

November 24, 2017
Fani Zguro, Writing Jobs, 2014. Mixed media, variable dimensions. Courtesy the artist and Gallery On The Move.  Fani Zguro, Writing Jobs, 2014. Mixed media, variable dimensions. Courtesy the artist and Gallery On The Move. 

Gallery On The Move presents Fani Zguro: Writing Jobs

Writing Jobs is a project by albanian artist Fani Zguro, which consists in texts wall on the large scale. Writing Jobs are phrases taken from the collection of short stories Mr. Dosti (2010), a literary work of short albanian stories by the artist, finished and published in a limited number of copies. The text itself features various types of writings such as poetry, notes, projects, pieces of texts from various artists, translations, newspaper... continue reading

Zilberman Gallery

November 24, 2017
Memed Erdener, Conclusion and Then Rationalization, 2017. Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas, 160 x 110 cm. Memed Erdener, Conclusion and Then Rationalization, 2017. Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas, 160 x 110 cm.

Memed Erdener at Zilberman Gallery in Berlin

Zilberman Gallery–Berlin is pleased to present Istanbul based artist Memed Erdener's (a.k.a Extrastruggle) first solo show in Berlin, Beauty of Bigotry. The exhibition opening will take place on November 24, 2017 at 6pm. Influenced by myths, history of nation states and religions, Memed Erdener incorporates multiple genres of image-making in order to reveal corruption and contamination of regimes by also rethinking historical figures.... continue reading

ARCOlisboa

November 23, 2017
Courtesy Rodrigo Gatinho. Courtesy Rodrigo Gatinho.

Applications open: ARCOlisboa 2018

The application process to participate in ARCOlisboa 2018 is now open. The fair will once again become one of the major social and art event of the Portuguese capital from May 17 to 20. The historic space of the Cordoaria Nacional will host the fair's third edition, hinging on the quality of the gallery's artistic contents and the cultural vibrancy of Lisbon.  The General Programme will be made up of 50 international galleries selected by the... continue reading

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REVIEWS

“Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA”
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Los Angeles
Press photo (anon.), Founding co-editor of La Raza Ruth Robinson (right) with Margarita Sanchez at the Belmont High School Walkouts, March 8, 1968, 1968.

by JENNIFER PIEJKO

During his two terms as mayor, Eduardo Paes rewired Rio de Janeiro into a leading “smart city”—a raise of the six-million-resident city’s foundation that he was able to parcel out into a few crisp segments of a neat, satisfied TED talk. He dispensed the recipe for urban achievement: find and... continue reading

Joep van Liefland’s “Time To Die”
NANZUKA GALLERY, Tokyo
View of Joep van Liefland's “Time to Die,” Nanzuka Gallery, Tokyo, 2017.

by NICK CURRIE

It felt entirely appropriate to see “Time To Die”— Joep van Liefland’s first solo exhibition in Japan—on Halloween. As evening fell, the Blade Runner-esque streets around Nanzuka Gallery began to seethe with a human froth of staggering zombies, gibbering corpses, and wounded cosplay nurses. Despite their macabre costumes, the crowds... continue reading

Jakarta Biennale 2017, “Jiwa”
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Jakarta
External view of Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics, Jakarta Biennale, 2017.

by MELISSA GRONLUND

The 2017 edition of the Jakarta Biennale proposes a soulful understanding of Indonesia, in which “jiwa” reigns. Jiwa is a pre-Islamic, polytheistic, and specifically Indonesian concept that signifies a way of living in which thinking and feeling go hand-in-hand, and of living in harmony with nature and with one another.... continue reading

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