Kunsthalle Athena says farewell to their beloved location with a three-day celebration of lectures, screenings and performances

Photo by Panos Michail


Kunsthalle Athena is moving.
As a non-static platform we feel it’s about time to transform, and to grow. But before that, we would like to celebrate with you the end of our seeding period with a three-day series of lectures, screenings and performances, to say goodbye to the beloved building that hosted all our projects for the last five years and became part of our identity.  (more…)

Asymmetric Grief at Arcadia Missa: The final in a trio of curatorial research projects by Binghao Wong that aim to critically pluralise queer life and its representations

Image Courtesy Adam Saad, 2015


Socio-political narratives of (neo)liberalism hide the unpopular truth that queerness is simultaneously adulated and annihilated. (Homo)normative campaigns for ‘freedom’ and hollow calls for ‘equal rights’ are robotically rehashed in these conditional utopias. In reality, tokenism, marketability, and pervasive co-optation ruthlessly exploit and normalise queer insurgencies. (more…)

David Altmejd and Jon Rafman at the MAC (Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal)

Photo: James Ewing
Image courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York


The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) is all ready “to celebrate two exceptional Montréal artists, both well loved here and admired throughout the world,” says John Zeppetelli, Director and Chief Curator of the MAC. The artists in question are indeed riding high: they are sculptor David Altmejd, whose Montréal exhibition is the first collaborative undertaking between the Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris and the MAC, and Jon Rafman, an explorer of Web culture who turns its phenomena into various unexpected forms. Both exhibitions are presented at the MAC from 20 June to 13 September 2015.  (more…)

Dromosphere – Galleria Collicaliggregi

Hugo Canoilas | How to disappear completely, 2015 | Performance with green chroma anthropomorphic suit


Galleria Collicaliggregi is pleased to announce Dromosphere, with works by Melanie Bonajo, Hugo Canoilas, Vasco Costa, Filipe Feijão and Viola Yesiltaç. Dromosphere is a show projected with the current situation in the Mediterranean in mind. (more…)

Blake Rayne’s Peaceful Photographers at Campoli Presti

Blake Rayne – Peaceful Photographers Installation view
5 June – 5 July 2015. Campoli Presti, London


Dear Material List
Music, Miss appropriation
trade agreements
kindly international exoticist (more…)

L’OMBRA DELLA LUCE at Casino Nobile: A visual/acoustic installation developed by artist Nasan Tur

For a long period of time, Nasan Tur has focussed his research on the power of political speeches and how they are presented. Composition, rhythm, emphasis.  Also the way how they were and are broadcasted into the world over television, internet, and radio. Using classical music that finds its roots in political speeches, the beauty becomes riddled with cracks and breaks. (more…)