Robert Nava at Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels

This is what Nava is all about: creating figures in an allegorical frame, multiple fields of the figure, supers-figures, and making figure what is not a priori figure. The questions of beauty, truthfulness, plausibility or realism no longer prevail, what operates here is an alteration of our field of reality.

On view until 19 December

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Online Screening: Beyond the Visible – Hilma Af Klint

Modern Films, Camden Art Centre, Serpentine Galleries and Frieze London 2020 present the UK Premiere of the film Beyond The Visible – Hilma af Klint. – the first film about the life and work of the visionary abstract painter.

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Cindy Sherman at Sprüth Magers

In the ten large-scale photographs on view, the artist impersonates a cast of androgynous characters, all dressed in elegant, gender-neutral designer menswear.

On view until 13 February 2021

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tracy Emin: Living Under the Hunters Moon at White Cube

The paintings, neon, sculpture and film in this exhibition take their cue from the elemental, sometimes primal, artistic expression that defines the art of Tracey Emin.

On view until 30 January, 2021
Temporarily closed

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In Nature at Stephen Friedman

Communion with nature is ever more sharply highlighted for its existential importance – seeking solace and balance in nature is a time-tested way to recalibrate and regenerate the human condition.

On view until 4 January, 2021
Appointment required

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Ambera Wellmann: Nosegay Tornado — at Company Gallery

Inspired by William Blake’s apocalyptic works, Wellmann distorts perspective through a constellation of objects that reference interior spaces, yet squarely place the pictures within the universal realm of the elements.

On view until January 9, 2021

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Klára Hosnedlová: NEST — AT Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler

Nest does not follow a traditional coding of time. The human attendees seem to be adrift, unmoored, caught in a feedback loop of desire for a future. Their gestures reveal the inherent strangeness of constructs such as futurity.

On view until 16 January 2021

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Derek Fordjour: SELF MUST DIE — At Petzel Gallery

The show, Fordjour’s first with the gallery, is an offering of creative labor in response to our current moment, a deeply personal and collective state of anxiety around death and hyper-visible racial violence.

On view until December 19

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