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    Peter Doig – Foundation Beyeler

    The Fondation Beyeler presents an exhibition of Peter Doig's most important oil paintings and experimental works on paper, as well as a monumental new mural. (more...)

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    Confessions of a Fit and Busy

    Zao Dha Diet was started two years ago by Nina Cristante. The first season aimed to follow a group of selected artists and writers on a month-long meal plan with the intention to use the material, works, and writings for a publication that never happened. Instead, Nina's menus and guidelines got around, and by word of mouth she started following a number of people, with consultations, meetings and meal plans. (more...)

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    About the Error - TALES-ON – Fundación La Cueva

    After the exhibtion at Casa de América in Madrid, About the Error / Sobre el Error travels across the Ocean arriving in Barranquilla, Colombia: a public art installation and various performances will be the focus of this second appointment at the IX Carneval Internacional de las Artes from 29 January  to 1 February 2015 of which TALES-ON and Bristot - historic Italian brand of coffee and inspiration for this project - are official partners.

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    Alicja Bielawska – Akademie Schloss Solitude

    NERO is pleased to announce the opening of the solo exhibition Line on a Walk by Alicjia Bielawska at the Akademie Schloss Solitude this Thursday, January 15th at 8pm. Don't miss this show and check out the book Disordered Structures by Alicjia Bielawska, recently published by NERO. (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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    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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    Nate Boyce – Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

    On Friday 23 January at 6pm the exhibition Polyscroll by Nate Boyce will open at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. (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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    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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    Jorinde Voigt – Lisson Gallery

    Jorinde Voigt’s first solo exhibition in Milan entitled Salt, Sugar, Sex and her second with Lisson Gallery features medium- to large-scale drawings and a new collaboration with Mads Dinesen, an influential young fashion designer based in Berlin, on a series of hand-painted and embroidered Things to Wear. (more...)

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    EXHIBITION curated by CIRCA Projects – Workplace Gallery

    EXHIBITION is a group show, which opened on January 9th, curated by CIRCA Projects, developed for and in response to Workplace Gallery, Gateshead. (more...)

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    Milk Revolution – American Academy in Rome

    On Thursday 29 January the exhibition Milk Revolutiona group show complied by CURA and curated by Ilaria Marotta and Andrea Baccin, will open at the American Academy in Rome. (more...)

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    Dérive(s) – Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

    NERO is pleased to present Dérive(s), an exhibition curated by Romain Dauriac at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery featuring artists Sylvie AuvraySarah BramanOlivier Kosta-ThéfaineAnita MolineroNicholas PilatoEvan Robarts and John Roebas. (more...)

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Publications

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 books 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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GREAR PATTERSON
Forest Theater


Forest Theater is the catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name (8 October – 30 November 2014) by Grear Patterson at the American Academy in Rome, curated by Peter Benson Miller. The exhibition and the catalogue are a collaboration between Depart Foundation and the American Academy in Rome. Both the exhibition and the book summon formative moments in the artist’s life, a recollection of rites of passages, tapping into a collective, rather than simply a personal, consciousness.

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DORIS MANINGER
sono qui [un esercito di donnacce nude]


sono qui [un esercito di donnacce nude] is a book of drawings realized by Doris Maninger in 2013 during a residency at the European Ceramic Work Centre in s’Hertogenbosch (Netherlands). A kind of continuous narrative, the drawings represent a concatenation of experienced episodes and references to images from memory. In some cases, they are accompanied by personal notes related to a specific creative moment, and apparently dissociated from the images themselves: perhaps a conscious representation of how memory is nothing more than an endless series of reconstructions that the “present” makes of the “past.”

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ALICJA BIELAWSKA
Disordered Structures


Disordered Structures is a book of drawings by Alicja Bielawska which documents her artistic research on structures and constructions. The book consists of a collection of drawings and a text written by the artist in which she describes the processes behind her work. She visualizes structures and patterns continuously and thoroughly, unveiling what lies beneath. While the shape of objects appears to be stable, within our memory, objects are fragmented and loose their configuration.

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A Cryptic Kinky Letter – from Federico Campagna to Gianluca Concialdi


Gianluca Concialdi – Padiglione Pompeiano, series

 

Federico Campagna, author and friend of Gianluca Concialdi, wrote a personal letter to the artist in response to his solo show MOODCLOTH presented by Ermes. The letter is both an acrostic and mesostic text. The acrostic part of the piece reads the title of a treaty on friendship and love, both erotic and mystical, written in the twelfth century by Aelred of Rievaulx. (more…)