AK, Transparent Skin, 2016

Anish Kapoor. My Red Homeland

until 8 April 2018

Musée d’art moderne et contemporain de Saint-Étienne, Rue Fernand Léger, 42270 Saint-Priest-en-Jarez – FR

For the 30th anniversary of the MAM, Kapoor is showcasing “My Red Homeland” installation, alongside exclusive artworks displayed for the very first time thanks to the exhibition curator Lorand Hegyi.

For more information: Anish Kapoor. My Red Homeland

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Group exhibition: Space & Photography

until 4 March 2018

Museum der Moderne Mönchsberg, Mönchsberg 32, 5020 Salzburg – AT

This exhibition probes the manifold interrelations between space and photography. In the early days of photography, questions of technical feasibility were pressing and creative possibilities beckoned; beginning in the 1960s, artists expanded the scope of their engagement with “space” to include social and conceptual issues. The exhibition presents works by thirty-five artists created between 1860 and today.

 

For more information see the following link: Museum der Moderne. Space&Photography

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Daniel Buren & Bettina Pousttchi

until 18 March 2018

Kunsthalle Mainz, Am Zollhafen 3–5, 55118 Mainz

Inspired by the video work Conversations in the studio 3 –a conversation between artists from two entirely different generations about public art and its limits, but also about points of view and what the artists have in common- two artists who work with space and location are establishing a relationship between new site-specific works and existing works.

 

For more information: Daniel Buren & Bettina Pousttchi

Group exhibition: Art at the Age of the Internet

opening Friday 7 February – until 20 May 2018

ICA Boston, 25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston, MA 02210

Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today examines how the Internet has radically changed the field of art, especially in its production, distribution, and reception. The exhibition comprises a broad range of works across a variety of mediums—including painting, performance, photography, sculpture, video, and web-based projects—that all investigate the extensive effects of the Internet on artistic practice and contemporary culture.

For more information see the following link: Art in the Age of the Internet

Out of Projection, 2009-2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Maljkovich

Out of Projection, 2009/2014

Wallpaper with inkjet print, mounted on alucore

© Galleria Massimo Minini

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Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXII

opening Friday 9 February – until 1 April 2018

Secession, Friedrichstraße 12, 1010 Wien

Like paintings that await their color, Epaminonda’s images carry within themselves their own future inscription. They are the locus of reinterpretations to come of a history whose code or meaning she has deliberately abolished…

For more information: Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXII

 

Group exhibition: Stories of Almost Everyone

until 6 May 2018

Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Stories of Almost Everyone is an exhibition about the willingness to believe the stories that are conveyed by works of contemporary art.

For more information: Stories of Almost Everyone

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Sheila Hicks. Lignes de vie [Life lines]

opening Tuesday 6 February, 6 pm – until 30 April 2018

Centre Pompidou, place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris – FR

Ductile and tactile, Hicks’s work occupies a singular place in the art of our time. It combines forms typical of modernism with non-Western traditions, the play of colour, and a concern to maintain the vital openness of the work. The Lignes de vie (Life Lines) exhibition at the Centre Pompidou brings together pieces representative of her whole career: a vast, vibrant and vital installation, pulsing with form and colour, and open onto the city thanks to the gallery’s full-length glazing giving onto street level outside.

 

For more information see the following link: Sheila Hicks. Lignes de vie

 

Letizia Cariello. Fratellini&sorelline

opening Tuesday 30 February, 5 pm – until 3 April 2018

Antonini, piazza Borromeo 12, 20123 Milano

not-even-a-drop-2009-ceramica-e-filo-5x10-cmAntonini, prestigious company of diamonds and precious stones, hosts for the second time the artist Letizia Cariello, showing artworks courtesy of Galleria Massimo Minini, with the participation of Galleria Luisa Delle Piane.

 

Comunicato Stampa_Letizia Cariello a Palazzo Borromeo

Group exhibition: New Perspective

opening thursday 25 january 2018, 6.30 pm – until 18 february 2018

Triennale,Viale Alemagna 6, Milano – IT

“A group of artists with a unique inner seismograph has succeeded in showing us some unaccustomed vantage points for viewing the world,” states curator Denis Curti, “taking us by the hand as we penetrate into a harmonious development with the potential to measure a human quantity for which the concept of specific weight is alien”.

The exhibition features installations, photographs and videos by 23 artists from a generation born in the second half of the last century, whose works will accompany visitors as they look at what is often a very challenging reality from un unaccustomed angle. All the proceeds from ticket and catalogue sales will be made over to support AIL’s projects focusing on patients suffering from multiple myelomas.

 

Sword in a stone, 2011 courtesy Collezione PalmigianoSenza titolo, 2003_300dpi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letizia Cariello, Spada nella roccia,                                                                Eva Marisaldi, Senza titolo, 2003,

stone and sword, 43×25 cm                                                                            aluminium curtain, 305×240 cm

Alterazioni e trasfigurazioni del corpo nell’arte contemporanea 

Saturday 2 December, 3.30 pm

Sala Grande, Palazzo Martinengo delle palle, via San Martino della Battaglia 18, Brescia

 

Massimo Minini in conversation with Anna Detheridge and Nicola Fornoni

 

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