REVIEWS

/ VIVIAN SKY REHBERG
Opening Fall Exhibitions

WITTE DE WITH CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, Rotterdam

View of "Ana María Millán, a solo exhibition," at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, 2018.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

In January 2018, Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy took over as director of Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, replacing Defne Ayas who, like me, started working in the Dutch “second city” in 2012. Witte de With’s directors are initially hired for three years and their contract can be renewed... continue reading
Alejandro Jodorowsky

CAPC MUSéE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN, Bordeaux

View of Alejandro Jodorowsky, CAPC musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux, 2015.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

Now that curators have pulled and stretched the contemporary art exhibition to its full elastic potential, now that the contemporary art institution is conceived as the pluralistic host for any sort of artistic practice whatsoever, now that exhibitions can take place anywhere at any time and simultaneously offer the widest... continue reading
View of Pierre Huyghe, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2013.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

I hate to admit this now, but my eyes rolled involuntarily when I first heard that the Centre Pompidou and the Palais de Tokyo would be holding solo exhibitions of work by Pierre Huyghe and Philippe Parreno, since both artists have already had major shows in Paris museums, but it... continue reading
Ursula Mayer, Gonda, 2012.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

In a striking departure from the previous versions of the Baltic Triennial, curators Defne Ayas and Benjamin Cook, joined in their efforts by artists Ieva Misevičiūtė and Michael Portnoy, compressed this episodic large-scale exhibition into twelve days spanning the symbolic end of summer and onset of fall. Concentrating solely on... continue reading
Anri Sala

GALERIE CHANTAL CROUSEL, Paris

View of Anri Sala at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, 2011.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

Guests were asked to bring their sturdy invitation cards, perforated with a code containing four seconds of music (Invitations, 2011) to Anri Sala’s opening at Galerie Chantal Crousel. Throughout the evening, those cards were fed into a barrel organ in the courtyard, which played familiar notes in a discordant fashion.... continue reading
Art Basel roundup

ART BASEL / NEW JERSEYY / KUNSTHALLE BASEL / MUSEUM FüR GEGENWARTSKUNST, Basel

View of Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Art Basel 42, 2011.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

One hears a lot of grumbling about Art Basel. Or maybe it’s just the leftist company I keep. Still, I was surprised to meet more than a few people who had travelled all the way to Basel for reasons peripherally related to the fair but who had refused to step... continue reading

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