ANNOUNCEMENTS

ARTBO, International Art Fair of Bogota

July 26, 2016
Courtesy ARTBO. Courtesy ARTBO.

ARTBO 2016: participating galleries

ARTBO is one of the most important contemporary art fairs in Latin America. Growing from 12,000 visitors during its first edition to 35,000 visitors last year, it is considered a key player in the international art circuit. In 2016, ARTBO is delighted to welcome 57 galleries from 28 cities in the main section of its 12th edition, which runs from October 27 to 30, 2016.   Over its 12 years, ARTBO has grown from strength to strength, while... continue reading

Laveronica arte contemporanea

July 25, 2016
Marinella Senatore, Modica Street Musical: The Present, the Past and the Possible, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Laveronica arte contemporanea. Marinella Senatore, Modica Street Musical: The Present, the Past and the Possible, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Laveronica arte contemporanea.

Marinella Senatore at Laveronica arte contemporanea

Galleria Laveronica is proud to present the new public work by Marinella Senatore Modica Street Musical – The Present, the Past and the Possible, a musical travelling around the city of Modica, with two acts and an intermezzo, curated by Matteo Lucchetti. The musical is entirely composed and interpreted with the collaboration of over a hundred inhabitants of Modica and the surrounding area.  Modica Street Musical is inspired by public... continue reading

abc art berlin contemporary

July 22, 2016
Courtesy abc art berlin contemporary. Courtesy abc art berlin contemporary.

abc art berlin contemporary 2016: participating galleries and artists

This September, the ninth edition of abc art berlin contemporary will take place, continuing its commitment to a format that places the artist and their presentation of work at the center. Founded by a group of Berlin galleries, abc invites a group of national and international peers to present solo presentations of artists within their program. abc has returned to Station Berlin, whose centrally located exhibition spaces reflect characteristic... continue reading

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REVIEWS

“a, the, though, only,” Made in L.A. 2016
HAMMER MUSEUM, Los Angeles
Laida Lertxundi, 025 Sunset Red, 2016.

by ANDREW BERARDINI

I’ve lost all my pride I’ve been to paradise And out the other side. With no one to guide me, Torn apart by a fiery wheel Inside me. –The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band’s “I won’t hurt you” (1966), heard in Laida Lertxundi’s Vivir para Vivir / Live to Live (2015) In LA, everyone’s Marlon... continue reading

Sam Lewitt and Lucy Raven’s “Wild Sync & Weak Locals”
PILAR CORRIAS, London
Sam Lewitt, A Weak Local Lexicon (MHTL), 2016.

by ISOBEL HARBISON

I walked straight past the entrance to Pilar Corrias’s gallery. The lights are off and inside it’s dark and quiet. The only work on the ground floor is Sam Lewitt’s A Weak Local Lexicon (MHTL) (2016), an unlit installation which converts the charge from the light source, powered from a... continue reading

KwieKulik’s “The Monument Without a Passport”
ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin
View of KwieKulik’s “The Monument Without a Passport,” Žak | Branicka, Berlin, 2016.

by STEFAN HEIDENREICH

Resistance is a two-sided relation. It may also include more players, as we will discuss shortly. But losing its counterpart puts it in a difficult place. All political art has to deal with this dialectic entanglement. In 1976, artists Zofia Kulik and Przemysław Kwiek were summoned to the Polish Ministry of... continue reading

DOSSIER

Michael Kon
Cardi Black Box
Deweer
Brooklyn Rail
Carolina Nitsch
White Flag
The Third Line
Aperture
P420
Hilger
MIA Art Fair
Spike
Art Monthly