1. Photos: Other Criteria at Art Toronto 2017

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  2. Dan Colen: Sweet Liberty

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    Dan Colen: Sweet Liberty
    Newport Street Gallery presents Dan Colen’s first major solo show in London. The exhibition, ‘Sweet Liberty’, surveys the entirety of the artist’s career to date and also features new paintings and large-scale installations. Colen came to prominence in New York in the early 2000s alongside a group of young artists that was informally labelled the ‘Bowery School’. The group included Hannah Liden, Nate Lowman, Ryan...
  3. Photos: Other Criteria at KIAF 2017

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  4. Photos: Other Criteria at EXPO Chicago 2017

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  5. Photos: Other Criteria at ArtRio 2017

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  6. Harland Miller: One Bar Electric Memoir

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    White Cube presents an exhibition of new work by Harland Miller at Mason’s Yard. ‘One Bar Electric Memoir’ includes two series of paintings that continue and expand Miller’s investigation into the relationship between viewer, text and image. The first series of large-scale works draws on Miller’s extensive archive of psychology and social science books, which date from the 1960s and...
  7. Gonzalo Lebrija at MAZ Museo de Arte de Zapopan

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    The result of an examination of public sculpture and urban monuments, the exhibition Monumentos, anti-monumentos y nueva escultura pública surveys contemporary artistic practices in Mexico and Latin America that question the idea of public sculptures, monuments, and memorials, inviting viewers to rethink the issues connected with both the real and the symbolic occupation of public space. The exhibition is divided into...
  8. Rachel Howard at Galería Pelaires

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    Galería Pelaires is delighted to present Gregor Hildebrandt, Rachel Howard and Idris Khan on the occasion of Art Palma Summer. Conceptualised by Ashwin Thadani and Fedreric Pinya, the group exhibition highlights a contemporary fascination with a matter, particularly with lines, and a mutual effect arising from it: an aesthetic dialogue through and with contemporary art. The works of Hildebrandt, Howard and...
  9. Mat Collishaw: Thresholds

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    Mat Collishaw is restaging one of the world's first major exhibitions of photography for his forthcoming exhibition, Thresholds. The artist has created a virtual reality artwork that will reference the world-changing innovations of early photography and provide a window into parts of our cultural heritage that can no longer be accessed. To recreate the 1839 exhibition, the artist has collaborated with...
  10. Fiona Banner: Runway (AW 17)

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    In the work of British artist Fiona Banner (Merseyside, 1966), opposites play a significant role. This concerns the relationship between words and images, man and machines, but also between the physical world and the virtual one. Her work comprises sculpture, drawings, video installations, performances, posters and books. This exhibition is Fiona Banner's first major presentation in the Netherlands, and comprises...
  11. Mat Collishaw: The Centrifugal Soul

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    ‘We put too much of ourselves into our product facades, spinning too much mass to our outer edges where we hope it is both publicly visible and instantly lovable. One problem with this strategy is that it leaves too much blank space in the middle, so there’s not much of ourselves left for lovers or friends to discover in the...
  12. Rachel Howard at the Italian Cultural Institute & the Jerwood Gallery

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    Rachel Howard’s first work to combine painting and sculpture is included in Sette Opere per la Misericordia or Seven Works for Mercy - an exhibition curated by Mario Codognato at the Italian Cultural Institute, London.Howard’s work Controlled Violence (2015-2016) was acquired for the collection of the Pio Monte della Misericordia church in Naples, following the fourth edition of Sette Opere...
  13. Rachel Howard and Phillip Allen at the Drawing Biennale 2017

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    Drawing Biennial 2017 offers insights into how artists contend with a world in rapid and disorienting flux. A snapshot of contemporary drawing practices, the exhibition includes more than 200 new and recent works on paper by leading international artists of different generations. Rachel Howard: Night Drawing, 2017Unique ink on paper, 210 x 298 mm Culminating in an online auction in...
  14. Gavin Turk: Give In

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    Ben Brown Fine Arts presents Give In, an exhibition of Gavin Turk's highly influential works to coincide with the artist's major survey show, Who What When Where How & Why at Damien Hirst's award-winning Newport Street Gallery. Give In transforms the gallery into a Museum of Curiosities, with pseudo-archaeological objects in cabinets punctuating the space, an installation cum magician's trick, and brand new trompe...
  15. Tim Noble and Sue Webster: Sticks with Dicks and Slits

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    Tim Noble and Sue Webster return to Blain|Southern London to present a new body of sculptural works. In their third exhibition with the gallery, STICKS WITH DICKS AND SLITS, the duo present pairs of giant self-portraits. These stick figures are sculpted in twisted bronze, an entirely new method for the artists. Based on handmade maquettes made with electrical wire, the...
  16. I lost my heart to a starship trooper

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    The exhibition has been curated by London-based art consultant Catherine Loewe, who says: ‘The exhibition’s title comes from the 1978 Hot Gossip song of the same name, and also refers to the artist Glenn Brown, who used the title for one of his paintings, a meticulous rendition of a Rembrandt. Through this appropriation, Brown united something old and almost sacred...
  17. Fiona Banner: Heart of Darkness

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    The exhibition to be held at mfc-michèle didier gallery will be a presentation of works by British artist Fiona Banner. On this occasion, Banner – who continuously investigates the slippage between object, image and text through the prism of graphic and editorial works – has hinged the exhibition on her adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s novella Heart Of Darkness. Conrad’s tale...
  18. Johannes Albers: new sculptures at Other Criteria London

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    New unique sculptures by artist Johannes Albers are currently on show at Other Criteria London. In his new work Johannes Albers reminds us of those forgotten places, beneath the stairs, under a rug, in the gutter where a silent story continues. Some dust and random objects, an old shoe, what goes on after we are gone. When we die, the bacteria...
  19. Michael Joo: 'Barrier Island'

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    Michael Joo, research documentation of tabby ruins, Sapelo Island, Georgia, detail. Courtesy of the artist.  The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Barrier Island," an exhibition of new artwork by renowned artist Michael Joo. Specifically conceived for the SCAD Museum of Art, the exhibition is inspired by the location, natural resources and anthropology of coastal Georgia. The artist explores the residual effects...
  20. Rachel Howard at Intragallery, Naples

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    The symbolism of the number three is almost infinite. Seen in the myths of all civilizations, in all latitudes, it is considered the "perfect number", as an expression of the Triad or Trinity. It is the spiritual symbol of the plant stretching its branches (trifurcation) and the Pythagoreans considered it sacred because it allows you to draw the triangle, perfect...

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