ANNOUNCEMENTS

Gallery Weekend Berlin

February 14, 2019

Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019

Each year, Gallery Weekend Berlin showcases the current state of contemporary art. In this, its 15th edition, the 45 participating galleries present the latest output of young emerging artists alongside more established positions. Here, the multi-faceted and important work of galleries becomes visible as they help build up and support their artists over their careers while working alongside them to facilitate and conceive innovative and... continue reading

Galleria Alfonso Artiaco

February 13, 2019

Adel Abdessemed at Galleria Alfonso Artiaco

The Alfonso Artiaco Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo show by Adel Abdessemed at our gallery, Saturday, February 9 at 7pm, with the presence of the artist. For his first solo exhibition at the Alfonso Artiaco gallery, Candele Candelotti e Sei Lumini, Adel Abdessemed presents 27 new works from the Cocorico Paintings series (2016–18), together with new drawings on paper and the video Un Chat noir passé entre nous... continue reading

Cardi Gallery

February 12, 2019

Dan Flavin at Cardi Gallery Milan

Cardi Gallery Milan is delighted to present a solo exhibition of the legendary American Minimalist Dan Flavin. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Estate of Dan Flavin and is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue that includes an essay by the esteemed Italian art critic Germano Celant. The American artist Dan Flavin (1933–1996) is internationally renowned for his installations and sculptural works made exclusively... continue reading

REVIEWS

“Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror”
MUSEO TAMAYO, Mexico City
View of “Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror” at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, 2018–19.

by TRAVIS DIEHL

Who was here first—Nancy Spero, or Hernán Cortés? It may be too much to call Spero (or anyone) a “universal” artist but her work certainly speaks to the weird postcolonial hybrids that survive as culture in the twenty-first century. Especially in this retrospective at the Museo Tamayo, a Brutalist building... continue reading

Rashid Johnson’s “Monument”
INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART AT VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY, Richmond
David Dominique performing as part of Rashid Johnson’s “Monument” at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 2018–19.

by STEFANIE HESSLER

Driving along Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, one traverses the former Confederate capital from the wealthy West End to the central Fan district near the newly opened Virginia Commonwealth University’s Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA). Originally conceived in 1890 as tree-lined home to the memorial for Robert E. Lee, the... continue reading

Cécile B. Evans’s “Amos’ World”
TRAMWAY, Glasgow
Still from Cécile B. Evans's Amos' World: Episode Three, 2018.

by CHRIS SHARRATT

In the world of self-regarding architect Amos, there’s really only one thing that matters—Amos. There he is, sensibly chic in a black roll-neck sweater and neat gray trousers: “I want to build something important. I want to change the world. I want to express myself.” Amos is Cécile B. Evans’s... continue reading

DOSSIER

sp-arte
P420
Vitamin creative space
Brooklyn Rail
Gallery Ernst Hilger
The breeder
Friedrich Petzel
galeria nara roesler
The Third Line
Sprueth Magers
Marion
Xavier Hufkens
Camera Austria