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    I am getting sicker – Almanac

    Almanac is thrilled to present the exhibition I am getting sicker by British artist Isaac Lythgoe, a solo exhibition emerging from the residency programme Almanac Inn, Turin, which opened on 14 February 2015. (more...)

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    Inhuman – Fridericianum

    On 28 March 2015, the group exhibition Inhuman, curated by Susanne Pfeffer, will open at Fridericianum in Kassel. The image of the human being has changed significantly in recent decades. Technological innovations, socioeconomic transformations, and new insights gained in neurology compel us to rethink the constructs that define what is human and enable us to conceive them anew in the form of the inhuman. (more...)

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    BY MANDLA REUTER

    Over the last few years Mandla Reuter has mostly worked on the question of how places can be defined or occupied, often establishing a certain minimal narration within the spatial connections and structures he develops within his exhibitions. The selection of images found on Reuter’s computer in Berlin come from different sources, folders and years. (more...)

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    Xomia – Ellis King

    Ellis King Is Delighted To Present Kari Altmann’s First Solo Exhibition In Europe Entitled Xomia (Return Home, Realflow, All Terrain). (more...)

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    Phil Collins – HAU Hebbel am Ufer

    NERO is pleased to announce the the music installation project my heart’s in my hand, and my hand is pierced, and my hand’s in the bag, and the bag is shut, and my heart is caught by Phil Collins which opens this Wednesday 18 March at 5:00pm to 8:00pm at HAU Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin. (more...)

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    Roth Bar & Studio – Hauser & Wirth Zürich

    On 27 March as part of the exhibition Roth Bar & StudioDieter RothBjörn Roth and Oddur Roth, along with Hauser & Wirth Zürich launched a fully-functional, specially-crafted bar designed by Björn and Oddur Roth, son and grandson of German-born Swiss artist Dieter Roth (1930 – 1998). This site-specific bar will be open in the evening every Thursday to Saturday for the duration of the exhibition, and will host a full programme of events. (more...)

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    Kour Pour

    NERO is glad to present Kour Pour, the catalogue of the exhibition “Samsara” by British-Iranian artist Kour Pour's at Depart Foundation, LA. The book includes images of all the paintings on display, some installation views and a photographic documentation of the art work’s making process, along with an essay by the curator Nicola Ricciardi. (more...)

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    miart 20th Edition – Fiera Milano

    miart 2015 is approaching, the 20th edition of the international fair of modern and contemporary art of Milan, organized by Fiera Milano and directed for the third consecutive year by Vincenzo de Bellis. (more...)

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    IL CANGIANTE

    In 1986 Corrado Levi curated one of the most influential Italian exhibitions of the last thirty years: Il Cangiante. It was a seminal event for many reasons: the juxtaposition of the artists, the exhibition design, the critical writing, the revaluation of underappreciated figures. Levi set up a confrontation between the youngest artists (such as Bruno Zanichelli) and the most famous artists of the period (such as Francesco Clemente).  (more...)

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    PRESSION LIBERTE EXPRESSION – MAGASIN

    Opening on 9 April 2015 from 6-9pm, is Dan Perjovschi's exhibition PRESSION LIBERTE EXPRESSION curated by Hilde Teerlinck at Magasin in Grenoble, France. (more...)

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    Soft Architecture – Charim Galerie

    On Thursday 26 March, Part 2 of the ongoing exhibition series Soft Architecture, organized by Michael Hall, will take place at the Charim Galerie in Austria. The first series was presented in February at the HBK-Braunschweig featuring Christoph Meier and Marcus Geiger, along with a second companion exhibition which was organized at Document (Chicago) featuring Geiger and Margaret Welsh. (more...)

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    There is no place like home

    NERO is glad to present There is no place like home, the book which documents the eponymous, self-managed exhibition project that took place in Rome in an abandoned building on the Aurelia Antica in September 2014. A collective of twenty-nine artists lived in and transformed the building over the course of 72 hours. Here, between the site-specific works, there have alternated events, performances, and unexpected encounters. (more...)

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    LA SCRITTURA DEGLI ECHI a project by NERO

    NERO presents its LA SCRITTURA DEGLI ECHI project, a daily programme of audio works broadcast over the MAXXI Museum's public address system. For three months NERO will be occupying the virtual space of the Museum's service communications to convey an ephemeral but collective voice with free interventions, some original, others not, by a number of artists. In the form of recordings, readings, extracts and sound effects, broadcasts will be made daily, at random times, from 27 February to 7 June. (more...)

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    The Biennale 2015 in Kyiv will take place despite the withdrawal of Mystetsky Arsenal

    Mystetskyi Arsenal has unilaterally withdrawn as an organiser of the 2nd Kyiv Biennale, under the title The School of Kyiv. This decision was taken without any warning and unexpectedly interrupts a project that involves artists, intellectuals, civil society initiatives and institutions in Ukraine, Europe and beyond. These groups and individuals dedicated their work to an initiative trying to create a space of reflection beyond the logics of the actual conflicts. (more...)

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    WORDS BY GOFFREDO PARISE – PHOTOS BY MARCELLO SALUSTRI

    A post-surrealistic experiment juxtaposing visual artworks and literary sources that apparently have nothing in common. In this issue: Goffredo Parise (1929–986) and a selection of photos from the archive of Paese Sera newspaper. (more...)

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    Invernomuto – Artspeak

    In short, this is a story of fathers. A father of Ethiopia, a father of reggae and dub, fathers of the Rastafarian movement, a socialist father who bred a future fascist father who became the disgraced father of a nation. Fathers have so many accoutrements. History is unspooling at the ankles of sons. (more...)

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    UNE SAISON EN ENFER

    Strolling about in a twenty-first century shopping mall, we might wonder when and where such graves of the spirit first came into being. The answer to that question is a fairly tangible reality, one that we can experience in person, if we are willing to discover what is left of the Paris passages. (more...)

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    The Void of the Moment in Motion – Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

    The Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt presents the Berlin artist Alicja Kwade's installation Die bewegte Leere des Moments (The Void of the Moment in Motion) specifically developed for its Rotunda. The work leaves leeway for subjective perception and association. The threat it radiates makes itself almost physically felt. Or is it rather a feeling of uncertainty, of irritation that creeps up on the viewer? (more...)

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    João Penalva – Simon Lee Gallery

    Simon Lee Gallery is proud to announce a solo exhibition of new work by the London–based Portuguese artist, João Penalva, his third with the gallery. (more...)

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    Grand Hotel et des Palmes by Luca Travisani

    NERO is glad to present Grand Hotel et des Palmes, the book which documents the project conceived by italian artist Luca Trevisani for the Italian Institute of Culture in Madrid in February 2015. Luca Trevisani explores the dimension of transience, fragility and metamorphosis of nature, isolating the perceptive-sensorial aspect in the human cognitive and experiential process. (more...)

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    Lying Weapon on the Beach by Benoît Maire

    NERO is glad to present Lying Weapon on the Beach, the catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition by French artist Benoît Maire spiaggia di menzogne (Lying Beach) at Fondazione Giuliani per l’arte contemporanea, Rome (4 October - 14 December 2013), curated by Adrienne Drake. (more...)

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KOUR POUR
Kour Pour


British-Iranian artist Kour Pour elaborate large-scale painting of Persian rugs by juxtaposing, with different techniques, sets of imagery, iconic motifs and religious symbols from different locations, traditions, time periods. In his work, Pour explores the way we collect information in the present day: exploiting Google Images and clip-arts CD-ROMS, he re-contextualizes the images onto the canvas which act as nets.

Kour Pour is the catalogue of the exhibition

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V.A.
There is no place like home


There is no place like home documents the eponymous, self-managed exhibition project that took place in Rome in an abandoned building on the Aurelia Antica in September 2014. A collective of twenty-nine artists lived in and transformed the building over the course of 72 hours. Here, between the site-specific works, there have alternated events, performances, and unexpected encounters.

Thus conceived, the artistic action emerges as a force that acts in space but, above all, in time: a site that never ceases to be under construction, a subversive act against the exhibition canons of art. Without walls and without doors, with only one supporting structure, this hybrid place remains open to any form of “meeting,” metaphor for a project that will build over time.

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LUCA TREVISANI
Grand Hotel et des Palmes


Grand Hotel et des Palmes documents the project of artist Luca Trevisani for the Italian Institute of Culture in Madrid in February 2015. The works on display, in the Abrantes Palace, are objects with heterogeneous surfaces (textiles, clothing, tropical leaves, minerals) on which the artist impressed images derived from antique herbaria and design magazines. The publication is a collection of photographs of the textiles on display, of other images used by the artist for the composition of the works, and of simple visual references.

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BENOÎT MAIRE
Lying Weapon on the Beach


Lying Weapon on the Beach is the catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition by French artist Benoît Maire spiaggia di menzogne (Lying Beach) at Fondazione Giuliani per l’arte contemporanea, Rome (4 October – 14 December 2013), curated by Adrienne Drake. Using a wide range of media, including sculpture, photography, text, film and performance, Benoît Maire aims to construct an aesthetic system in which words and concepts emerge through visual and sculptural devices. His work, based upon philosophical, artistic and literary references, questions the affective value of a theory.

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GIUSEPPE STAMPONE
Odio gli Indifferenti


Odio gli indifferenti is the catalogue of the namesake exhibition of Giuseppe Stampone at the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica di Roma (11 October 2014 – 22 February 2015), curated by Raffaele Gavarro and Antonella Renzitti. The book contains a good part of the works and projects that Stampone has made in recent years, along with some critical essays, in an attempt to restore the particular geopolitical and social vision of the artist linked to the need for a direct involvement of the works of art in the historical and social present.

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DUNJA HERZOG
I know it's a zebra when I see stripes - Laughter is usually at the end of the conversation


I know it’s a zebra when I see stripes – Laughter is usually at the end of the conversation is a double catalogue of the two namesake exhibitions by Dunja Herzog at Piano Nobile, Geneva and Istituto Svizzero, Milan. The book project consists of a mix of images from the two exhibitions along with texts written by artist friends invited by Herzog and directly inspired by one of her artworks. Together with internet images, that oscillate metaphorically between the chosen work and the written text, the book unfolds in an original and enigmatical narrative flow.

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