On view until 12 MarchRead More
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 FebruaryRead More
The paintings exhibited serve as Tramaine’s creative rumination on the many trials and tribulations that have come to define 2020.
On view until 28 FebruaryRead More
Many of Rødland’s photographs evoke hallowed motifs from art history: their composition and use of light, candles, and naked bodies have a theatricality that is reminiscent of Caravaggio’s chiaroscuro and his realistic depictions of biblical tales.
On view until 20 FebruaryRead More
With his videos, Cokes explores and subverts the cultural and political discourses embedded within pop music, electronica, art, television and film.
On view until 7 FebruaryRead More
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, 2021Read More
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, 2021Read More
The new documentary, titled Cockroach, by Ai Weiwei was filmed during the peak of the demonstrations in Hong Kong against mainland China last year.Read More
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, 2021Read More
By divorcing the image from its source and letting the space between them widen, Alexi-Meskhishvili encourages the photos to exceed time expectations, to enter a wilder terrain.
On view until 20 DecemberRead More
William Monk’s latest series of paintings titled Point Datum plots a course across some vast and unknowable fictive landscape.
On view until 23 January, 2021Read More
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 DecemberRead More
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.Read More
Pace has announced it will be leaving its gallery inside the Royal Academy building and plans to move into a larger space in London, which will be renovated and unveiled in fall 2021.Read More
The exhibition marks Kusama’s first major retrospective in Germany and the artist’s seven-decade career key moments, especially in Europe and Germany, will be the focal point.Read More
On view until 8 January 2021Read More
To inaugurate the exhibition activity, a large group-show is bringing together the works of all the artists who contributed to shape the identity of the gallery since the beginning of its activity.
On view until 20 DecemberRead More
In her solo exhibition ringing critical forests the artist Heide Hinrichs (°1976) presents a series of new sculptures, installations and works on paper, in addition to an existing video.
On view until 29 NovemberRead More