REVIEWS

View of Michael Ross' "Selected Works 1991-2015," Ellis King, Dublin.
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Isobel Harbison

Siera Hyte’s “The Sometimes Hour”—an installation of carefully corroded objects and scratched or tampered images at Ellis King gallery, Dublin—has the air of a murder mystery. Hyte’s is one of two solo exhibitions running simultaneously in the space, the other a retrospective of the American artist Michael Ross, whose confounding... continue reading
Francesc Ruiz’s “Correos”

GARCíA GALERíA, Madrid

View of Francesc Ruiz, “Correos,” garcía galería, Madrid, 2016.
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Mariana Canepa Luna

Francesc Ruiz’s second solo show at Madrid’s garcía galería delves into the visual communication of one of Spain’s most iconic institutions, the Sociedad Estatal Correos y Telégrafos—the national postal service, commonly known as Correos—whose graphic identity was created in 1977 by Spanish designer and artist José María Cruz Novillo (b.... continue reading
Stan Douglas, The Secret Agent, 2015.
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Pedro Neves Marques

November 25, 1975 marked the beginning of the end of Portugal’s Processo Revolucionário em Curso (Ongoing Revolutionary Process). This brief socialist experiment, which began with the Carnation Revolution of April 25, 1974, marked the attempt by an alliance between the military, workers’ unions, and political movements to free the country... continue reading
Riga Roundup

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Riga

View of ”Lost in the Archive,” Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga, 2016.
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Barbara Casavecchia

A man goes back and forth, slowly, silently, carefully balancing framed paintings and works on paper. He transports them from a pile perched atop a canyon to a Mondrianesque storage grid positioned on another peak nearby. From beginning to end, he walks on a tightrope. Shot against the spectacular background... continue reading
Dhaka Art Summit

DHAKA ART SUMMIT, Dhaka

View of Dhaka Art Summit, 2016.
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Kjetil Roed

Munem Wasif’s serene photographs, which are among the first works you encounter at the Dhaka Art Summit, depict one apparently desolate landscape after another. But if you stay with the images—don’t follow the urge to move on—then small figures start to appear. In one, which seems initially to document nothing... continue reading
“Tunguska”

GALERIE MARIA BERNHEIM, Zürich

View of "Tunguska," Galerie Maria Bernheim, Zurich, 2016.
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Daniel Horn

The group exhibition inaugurating Maria Bernheim’s new gallery represents, according to its introductory text, “simply a choice between the bad, up-to-date old and the genuinely new.” The space’s spotless, Chelsea-esque features—sanded concrete floors and the requisite glass storefront—certainly make for a no-nonsense stage on which to appraise the goods on... continue reading

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