ANNOUNCEMENTS

Galeria Solo

October 17, 2018

Christian Boltanski at Galeria Solo

Galería Solo, Madrid, is pleased to announce the representation of Christian Boltanski and his first solo show in Madrid. Christian Boltanski is one of the most important international artists working today. For his first exhibition in Galería Solo Madrid, he creates a dialogue between his historical and contemporary works, pursuing that which gives his oeuvre its singularity and richness: the basis of humanity, its fears, beliefs, and... continue reading

Jane Lombard Gallery

October 16, 2018

Jane Lombard Gallery presents book launch and panel discussion for James Clar

Please join us for the closing of James Clar's The World Never Ends with a book launch and panel discussion featuring artists James Clar and Paul Pfeiffer, moderated by independent curator Julia Kaganskiy, former director of New Museum's technology incubator New Inc.... continue reading

Artissima

October 16, 2018

Artissima 2018: special projects

In 2018 Artissima, the first contemporary art fair in Italy renowned for its focus on experimental practices, celebrates its 25th anniversary! The fair will feature eight sections—four of which curated, including a new section devoted to sound—, seven important awards, an enticing programme of collectors and curators-guided tours and talks, new digital developments, and new exiting projects. Educational projects Artissima Experimental... continue reading

REVIEWS

“Heavenly Beings: Neither Human nor Animal”
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART METELKOVA, Ljubljana
View of “Heavenly Beings: Neither Human nor Animal” at Moderna galerija, Ljubljana, 2018.

by ALENKA GREGORIC

“[A]re humans able to resist together with plants and animals?”(1) With this question, Zdenka Badovinac and Bojana Piškur invite viewers to consider the possibility that all living things can coexist—and co-resist. Most animals are so dependent on human actions and choices for their survival: they likely do not ponder ways... continue reading

London Roundup
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, London
View of Julia Scher, Guards, Hidden Camera, at Frieze Art Fair, London, 2018.

by MARIANA CANEPA LUNA

Just as Frieze Art Fair opened last Wednesday, Prime Minister Theresa May gave her keynote speech—and dared to dance again—at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham. She announced that freedom of movement would be terminated “once and for all” by limiting access to “highly skilled workers” (in short, migrants earning... continue reading

Camille Blatrix’s “Somewhere Safer”
KUNSTVEREIN BRAUNSCHWEIG, Braunschweig
Camille Blatrix, Untitled, 2018.

by PATRICK J. REED

Please consider this a compliment: Camille Blatrix’s solo exhibition at the Kunstverein Braunschweig is so spartan it teeters on the razor’s edge of not enough. Its vibe is expectant and hungry, and it leaves viewers feeling the same. The artworks, too, are cold, hard morsels. Their most prominent quality is... continue reading

DOSSIER

Tulips & Roses
Kaleidoscope
X-TRA
Gallery Ernst Hilger
Marion
Blum&Poe
Deweer
GALLERIA MASSIMODELUCA
Hilger
Brooklyn Rail
Friedrich Petzel
MIA Art Fair
Cardi Black Box