Sheila Hicks. Miglador

until February 15, 2019

Magasin III Jaffa, 34 Olei Zion,  Tel Aviv-Yafo – IL

Untitled, 2018 300dpi

The solo exhibition features a series of Hicks’ distinctive and vibrantly-colored sculptures, created from materials ranging from the traditional and natural – such as linen and cotton – to newly researched industrial materials based on new technologies.

For more information: Hicks – Magasin III Jaffa

 

 

 

Sheila Hicks, Untitled , 2018

Wool, leather, cotton, linen, diam 43 cm, 43x43x12 cm

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MULAS L.F._11, Fontana, 50x60 cm con corniceGroup exhibition: Fotografare l’arte

opening Saturday 10 November, until January 13, 2019

Ma.Co.F, via Moretto 78, Brescia – IT

For more information: MaCof – Fotografare l’arte

 

 

 

 

 

Ugo Mulas, Lucio Fontana, 50×60 cm framed

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Group exhibition: ?War is over – Arte e conflitti tra mito e contemporaneità

until 13 January, 2019

MAR – Museo d’arte della Città di Ravenna, Via di Roma, 13,  Ravenna, IT

For more information: Mezzaqui – MAR

 

Group exhibition: La Vita Materiale – otto stanze, otto storie

opening November 17, 2018, until March 3, 2019

Palazzo da Mosto, via Giovanni Battista Mari, Reggio Emilia – IT

For more information: Mezzaqui – Palazzo Magnani

 

SM06_Libro alambicco e crogiuolo, 2010. Libro Alchimia - , 12x12 cm, e crogiuolo, 9x17, 33 perle di carta, collaSabrina Mezzaqui, Libro alambicco e crogiuolo, 2010

Alchemical book, crucible, 33 paper pearls, glue

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Yamamoto Masao. Microcosm Macrocosm

until December 23, 2018

Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation, Auguststr. 75 D, Berlin – DE

Yamamoto Masao, Kawa #1528, gelatin silver print e mixed media, ed. 10 su 20, 19x12,5cm

For the exhibition at the Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation, Yamamoto is creating a wall installation that inconspicuously integrates selected works by Alfred Ehrhardt. Yamamoto’s work demonstrates a fundamental correspondence between Ehrhardt’s worldview as characterized by natural philosophy and his own, Japanese perspective on nature.

For more information: Yamamoto – Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation

 

 

 

Yamamoto Masao, Kawa #1528, 2016

Gelatin silver print e mixed media, 19×12.5 cm

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Group exhibition: Laid Bare in the Landscape

until 27 January, 2019

Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W Liberty St, Reno, NV, U.S.A

This exhibition assembles photographs, films, and performance documentation by women artists who situate the nude female body in outdoor landscapes.

For more information: Woodman – Laid Bare in the Landscape

 

Untitled, 1977-78_72dpiGroup exhibition: The Body: Concealing and Revealing

until 31 March, 2019

Addison Gallery of American Art ,180 Main St, Andover, – USA

For more information: Woodman – The Body

 

 

Francesca Woodman, Untitled, Antella, Italy, 1977-1978

19×19.4 cm

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Anish Kapoor. Works, Thoughts, Experiments

until January 6, 2019

Serralves Museum and Park, R. Dom João de Castro 210, Porto – PT

Mirror (Apple and Lime Gold to Pink and Wild Cherry), 2016 (6)

The exhibition presents a selection of outdoor works that are representative of Kapoor’s sculptural language for which materiality, scale and the relationships to architecture, the landscape, and the viewer are constitutive. The choice and relative siting of sculptures in the Park of Serralves have been carefully considered by the artist so as to create an itinerary through time, space, perception and meaning.

For more information: Kapoor – Serralves

 

Anish Kapoor, Mirror (Apple and Lime Gold to Pink and Wild Cherry), 2016

Stainless steel and lacquer, 169 x 169 x 26 cm

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Luigi Ghirri. The Map and the Territory

until January 7, 2019

Museo Reina Rofía, Calle de Santa Isabel, 52, Madrid – SP

Bologna_framed_72 dpiThe Map and the Territory is the first major Luigi Ghirri retrospective to go on show outside the artist’s native Italy. The focus of the exhibition rests on the 1970s, a key period in the expansion of the suburbs and the service economy, the emergence of conceptual art and the mainstreaming of Pop and its strategies of appropriation. Framed inside this context, Ghirri, who used tools and processes from amateur photography — a small Canon camera, colour film –  began to photograph the suburbs of Modena, thus creating an unmatched body of work inside the prevalent art photography   of the time.

For more information: Ghirri – Reína Sofia

 

Luigi Ghirri, Bologna, 1974

Vintage C-print, 13.7 x 19.6 cm

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Giulio Paolini. Del Bello ideale

until February 10, 2019

Fondazione Carriero,  via Cino del Duca 4, Milano

12 - Copia

Through an impressive selection of works, chosen and installed with the Turin-based artist, Del Bello ideale covers his entire career of fifty-seven years, displaying masterpieces, some of his famous self-portraits, and three new site-specific works.

Paolini has been personally involved in creating this exhibition while engaging in an introspective act, in a process of inner reading, and in some cases rereading, of his practice.

For more information: Fondazione Carriero. Del Bello ideale

Comunicato stampa_Del Bello ideale

 

 

Giulio Paolini, Mimesi, 1975

Plaster, 38.7 x 17.5 x 24.5 cm

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AS, Untitled (Burnt Canvas), 2018_72dpiGroup exhibition: Spirit Painting

opening Friday 9 November, until February 10, 2019

Peana Projects, via Clodia 169, Monterrey – MEX

A group exhibition organized by Alejandro Romero and Ana Pérez Escoto.

For more information: Spirit Painting, Peana Projects

 

 

Ariel Schlesinger, Untitled (Burnt Canvas), 2018

Canvas, wooden stretcher, 140×90 cm

© Galleria Massimo Minini