Shannon Cartier Lucy: Fooled again — at Hussenot, Paris

Lucy’s paintings are loquacious despite seeming unassuming. They thrust us towards the edge of a precipice right where our inhibitions ends and our subconscious begins. Suddenly, we find ourselves in the entrails of a complex labyrinth where the walls are moving…

On view until 27 February

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PURE FORM at David Zwirner

An exhibition that explores the formal qualities of abstraction

On view until February 20
Appointment required

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Reggie Burrows Hodges at Karma

Hodges creates paintings centered on the human form, imbuing his subjects with the mystery and significance of remembered scenes or recollected stories.

On view until February 28

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Ed Atkins: ENTROPY OF A BIASED COIN at Cabinet

Ed Atkin’s new show at Cabinet – is a two-channel real-time 3D simulation, authored in a custom version of the Unreal Engine: a software development environment used to make video games.

On view until 6 February

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Hangama Amiri: Bazaar, A Recollection of Home at T293, Rome

Having grown up in Nova Scotia (Canada) and being currently based in New Haven (Connecticut), Amiri looks back at her native country, where she lived until the age of six, through a critical approach with the aim at celebrating the contemporary lifestyle of Afghan women.

On view until 29 January, 2021

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Piotr Skiba: Murmur over the body lobe at Spazio ORR, Brescia

Piotr Skiba in his work clearly underlines the physical presence of things and people, putting everything on the same level. In his works stands out a value connected to the square of the Kosmonautów residential complex, where he lived and worked for years.

On view until December 30, 2021

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The exhibition by Hugo Canoilas at the Serralves Museum is both a confirmation of, and an expansion on, some core concerns in his practice: a speculative approach to the relationship between art and reality (political and social events), a questioning of the characteristics and boundaries of painting, and an emphasis on collaborative work.

On view until 21 February, 2021

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Jamian Juliano-Villani: Mrs. Evan Williams at JTT

Throughout this exhibition, and across Juliano-Villani’ collective body of work, is the implication that concern for sense, conclusion, and decorum can be shuffled off in the service of an idiosyncratic expression of uninhibited thought, memory and impulse.

On view until January 23, 2021

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Wolfgang Tillmans at Galerie Buchholz

In addition to new photographs and works from well-known series such as the “Silver” and “Greifbar”, the show marks the debut of Tillmans’s 4K projection “Beleuchter in the Sky” (2020) and includes the audio piece “I want to make a film” (2018).

Temporary closed

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