“Ortica” at Frutta, Roma

Ortica, 2018, Installation Views at Frutta, Rome
Courtesy Frutta, Rome. Photo by Roberto Apa

 

Frutta is hosting Ortica, a temporary shop devoted to plants and specialty coffee with artworks by Santo Tolone, Alek O., Gabriele De Santis, Ditte Gantriis, Isabell Heimerdinger, Lauren Keeley, Jacopo Miliani, Alessandro Vizzini, Spring, Gundam Air and many others. (more…)

Yuri Ancarani “Sculture” at Kunsthalle Basel

Yuri Ancarani, Da Vinci, 2012, film still (detail)
Courtesy the artist and Kunsthalle Basel

 

Kunsthalle Basel presents the first solo exhibition in Switzerland and first exhibition ever to survey the output of the Italian artist-filmmaker Yuri Ancarani, which spans his production from 2010 to the present, including a new film installation conceived for the occasion. (more…)

Alessandro Di Pietro “Felix” at Marsèlleria, Milan

Tomb Writer ( solve et coagula ) / detail, 2016
Photo credits Andrea Piunti Studio. Courtesy the artist.

 

Marsèlleria presents Felix, the last chapter of a four-episodes series by Alessandro Di Pietro, developed since 2016 (more…)

“Revitalise” at Bolte Lang, Zürich

Revitalise, curated by Alexandra Navratil and Chus Martinez.
Courtesy the artists and BolteLang. Photo credit Alexander Hana.

 

Revitalise is curated by Chus Martinez and Alexandra Navratil and presents works by Anna Balint, Ralph Bürgin, Gerome Gadient, Manuel Köchli, Marie Matusz and Laura Mietrup, on view at Bolte Lang until April 21st. (more…)

Harm Van Den Dorpel “Pattern and Presence” at Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam

Installation view of Harm van den Dorpel – Pattern and Presence.
From left to right: Eponymous Seedling; Unscripted Relinings; Freeling Tristesse; Bemused Aversatility (2018).
Photo Gert Jan van Rooij. Courtesy Upstream Gallery.

 

In his first solo exhibition with Upstream Gallery, Harm van den Dorpel features works from multiple series that react to different moments in the history of cybernetics. Pattern and Presence, the title of the show, is taken from the book How we became posthuman by N. Katherine Hayles (1999), in which she describes the historical development of cybernetics and politics of disembodiment. (more…)

Arturo Hernández Alcázar “Blind Horizon” at Acquedotto Augusteo del Serino, Napoli

Arturo Hernández Alcázar, Blind Horizon, 2018
Acquedotto Augusteo del Serino, Installation detail, Photo © Antonio Picascia

 

Under the artistic direction of Chiara Pirozzi and Alessandra Troncone, in collaboration with Associazione Vergini Sanità, Underneath the Arches opens to the public on March 24, 2018 with the one-piece exhibition by Arturo Hernández Alcázar titled Blind Horizon. (more…)