ANNOUNCEMENTS

Deweer Gallery

January 21, 2019

Enrique Marty & Antonius Höckelmann at Deweer Gallery

The seventh solo exhibition of Spanish artist Enrique Marty (b. 1969) at Deweer Gallery All your World is Pointless takes the viewer on an audio-visual trip through the absurdity of human existence and the way in which we ourselves deal with it, laced with Marty's typical sense of self-reflection and surreal humour, and numerous references to psychology, philosophy and history.... continue reading

Perrotin

January 18, 2019

JR at Perrotin Seoul

Perrotin Seoul is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in South Korea by the artist JR (b. 1983). An autodidact, JR’s reputation has grown over the past fifteen years thanks to his monumental photographic collages which have filled urban and natural landscapes around the world. Through his work, the artist has turned the spotlight on places which we customarily ignore, paying attention to everyday people, those who live in the shadows,... continue reading

Quartz Studio

January 18, 2019

Astrid Svangren at Quartz Studio

Wednesday, January 23, 2019, at 6:30pm, Quartz Studio is pleased to present her spinning takes place near the mouth / I see what I eat / I eat what I see / It is an eating that is about risk, the first solo show in Italy by the Swedish artist Astrid Svangren (Göteborg, Sweden, 1972), drafted by the Danish curator Nina Wöhlk. The site-specific installation conceived for Quartz Studio will seek to think through colour as a living entity.... continue reading

REVIEWS

“Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018: Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life”
KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE, Kochi
View of Marzia Farhana, Ecocide and the Rise of Free Fall , 2018.

by BALAMOHAN SHINGADE

In August 2018, four months before the fourth Kochi-Muziris Biennale opened, Kerala was hit by a catastrophic monsoon. It resulted in the worst flooding in the region for over a century: more than 300 people died and an estimated 220,000 were left homeless. The devastation of the floods brings the... continue reading

Dineo Seshee Bopape’s “〰️ [when spirituality was a baby]”
COLLECTIVE, Edinburgh
View of Dineo Seshee Bopape's "〰️ [when spirituality was a baby]" at Collective, Edinburgh, 2018.

by TOM JEFFREYS

At once named and unnamable, Dineo Seshee Bopape’s installation 〰️ gathers myriad references (astrology, classical sculpture, Afrodiasporic spiritual practices, the Anthropocene) and materials (soil and rocks, satin and spices, glass and plastic, charcoal, jute, feathers, clay). It weaves them together thrillingly, with gold wire, cotton thread, and lines scraped into... continue reading

Spaces—Tensta konsthall Tensta konsthall, Stockholm, December 2018.

by JAMES VOORHIES

On a late November Saturday morning in Tensta, a suburb 10 miles northwest of downtown Stockholm, a double-decker bus idled in the plaza of a shopping mall. People stood around drinking coffee and chatting. A woman wearing glasses and a hijab informed them in Arabic to board because the bus... continue reading

DOSSIER

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Anton Kern Gallery
X-TRA
sp-arte
Kaleidoscope
Art Paris
Deweer
Afterimage
The Third Line
Sprueth Magers
Carolina Nitsch
Blum&Poe
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