The sixth edition of The Celebration of the living (who reflect upon death), organized by Lu Cafausu, will take place on Monday 2 November 2015 from 12:00 until 24:00 in San Cesario, Lecce. (more…)
Black Books is a series of unbound black and white volumes devoted to artists who are not professional photographers.
Black Books explores the relationship of different artists with the process of image production. All invited artists work with a fixed number of pages and using the same format. (more…)
With the Capsule exhibitions, Haus der Kunst provides young, international, emerging artists the opportunity to show new works in a museum setting. For this format – established in 2014 – each artist is given one exhibition space, a fact reflected in the format’s name, Capsule. This year, the “capsules” present the work of two London-based artists, Adele Röder (born in 1980) and Lynette Yiadom Boayke (born in 1977). Although each exhibition is treated as an independent entity, there are surprising conceptual similarities between the works of the artists, both of whom deal in different ways with questions of the representation of the body. (more…)
With Love is Never Enough collective artist Claire Fontaine presents a new selection of works revolving around the emotional bankruptcy of our times. The title of the exhibition suggests that our need for love is almost unlimited and it cannot be satisfied by the current configuration of society but also that in our world, more than ever before, good intentions cannot be carried out without material means. The exhibition tackles the issues of exclusion and inclusion, security and fear, through the conceptual use of diverse medias. (more…)
Ambika P3 and A Nos Amours are proud to present a major exhibition of work by the internationally celebrated filmmaker and artist, Chantal Akerman, in the extraordinary underground space of Ambika P3 London. Entitled Chantel Ackerman: NOW, this will be the first large scale exhibition in the English-speaking world of Akerman’s installation work and will coincide with the UK premiere of her new film, No Home Movie, 2015, on Friday 30 October at Regent Street Cinema, London. None of the works in the exhibition have been previously exhibited in the UK. (more…)
SubBrixia is a project conceived by NERO which brings some of the most inventive artists from the Italian contemporary art scene to interact with the underground metropolitan network in Brescia, opened in 2013. (more…)