Thomas Kratz – Lick Gin (Situations)

<em>Installation view</em>

Installation view

In his first solo show in Italy, German artist Thomas Kratz presents “Lick Gin (Situations),” an exhibition consisting of seven new paintings and reliefs, three sculptural works, and a gallery intervention in the form of painted ceiling and walls. (more…)

Gintaras Didžiapetris – Museo Villa Croce

<em>Optical events</em>, 2010, still

Optical events, 2010, still

 

The Villa Croce Museum presents the exhibition Color and device by Gintaras Didziapetris. Didziapetris’s artistic practice is characterized by the continuous search for an anachronistic dimension, of elusive forms  of existence and difficult to position within time. (more…)

Aquatopia: The Imaginary of the Ocean Deep – Tate St Ives

<em>Utagawa Kuniyoshi</em>, The Rescue of Minamoto no Tametomo by Goblins, ca 1851

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, The Rescue of Minamoto no Tametomo by Goblins, ca 1851

 

Aquatopia is a major exhibition of contemporary and historic art that explores how the ocean deep has been imagined across cultures and through time. (more…)

The String and the Mirror – Lisa Cooley

The String and the Mirror attempts to replicate a traditional approach to the presentation of sound based works, including a range of strategies such as multi-channel systems, spatialized sound and data sonifications. (more…)

MULTIPLE SCHEMES

26 July 2013

Mike Kelley and Tony Oursler The Poetics Project, 1977-1997, Documenta Version, 1997

Mike Kelley and Tony Oursler The Poetics Project, 1977-1997, Documenta Version, 1997

 

Simultaneous to the big antological exhibition that Hangar Bicocca (Milano) is dedicating to Mike Kelley (1954-2012), we submit anew a text commissioned by NERO to the contemporary artist Justin Lieberman few years ago.

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Piotr Janas – Bortolami

<em>Piotr Janas</em>, Janas 9, 2013

Piotr Janas, Janas 9, 2013

 

Bortolami Gallery is pleased to announce Minotaurs, an exhibition of new works by Warsaw-based artist Piotr Janas. Janas’ large-scale paintings straddle the line between the beautiful and the grotesque (more…)