BLAIN SOUTHERN TO CLOSE DOWN ITS GALLERIES

In a statement today from Harry Blain, the Founding Director of Blain Southern announces that the gallery is closing down its three locations in Berlin, London and New York.

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DATES AND VENUES OF THE 11TH EDITION OF BERLIN BIENNALE ANNOUNCED

The Berlin Biennale announces its program of exhibitions, performances, residencies, lectures, workshops, and presentations to be hosted at ExRotaprint, an artist-led project space, as well as daadgalerie, Gropius Bau and the KW Institute for Contemporary Art.

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Massimo Bartolini: Credits — at Frith Street Gallery

Credits is an exhibition about Landscape; its meaning, form and significance. For Bartolini landscape is nature viewed from a safe distance, it is always a projection of those that inhabit it.

On view until 9 April

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Li Qing: BLOW-UP — at Almine Rech

Overrun with mysteries, fake news, innuendos and double meanings, Blow-Up is a visual wandering in which Li Qing, a leading figure of the new generation of Chinese artists born in the ’80s, confronts us with different ways of understanding, reading, decoding and interpreting the appearances of reality

On view until 7 March

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Stan Douglas: Doppelgänger — at Victoria Miro

Doppelgänger is set in an alternative present. Displayed on two square-format, translucent screens, each of which can be viewed from both sides, the looped narrative unfolds in side-by-side vignettes that depict events on worlds that are light years apart.

On view until 14 March

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Nigel Cooke: New Paintings — at Pace Gallery

“… What I end up with is not strictly a figure but a matrix of lines that come in and out of a description of human forms, but that also slips into animal, plant, and landscape intonations…”
— Nigel Cooke, 2020

On view until February 29

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Oscar Muñoz: El Coleccionista — at carlier | gebauer

Muñoz’s work stages scenarios in which we witness the accumulation, dissolution, deterioration, or disintegration of the image. Manipulating evanescent elements like water, dust, heat, sun, and time, he has poetically reflected upon the fleeting nature of the human condition through unconventional formats such as mirrored portraits activated by breath or a vanishing self-portrait made with water on hot cement.

On view until 7 March

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Doug Wheeler — at David Zwirner

On view at the gallery will be an installation by the artist that further expands on his earliest investigations of the possibilities of luminous space.

On view until March 21

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OLIVER WESTERBARKEY: DIE LANDSCHAFT FÄNGT AN, WO DER MENSCH AUFHÖRT — at 68projects

Throughout history humankind has attempted to control nature, much as depicted in the Baroque gardens of the late-16th century, who’s geometric treatment of gardens depicted the power of man over nature. Oliver Westerbarkey, instead, communicates within his work that nature can exist without humankind, and it is in fact humans who cannot exist without a relation to their surroundings.

On view until 18 April

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