Ariel Schlesinger – Las Estructuras son Inconscientes (Structures are Unconscious)

May 31 – September 3, 2017

Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico City, 11560 – Mexico – MX



Giovanni Anselmo – Senza titolo, invisibile, dove le stelle si avvicinano di una spanna in più, mentre oltremare appare verso Sud-Est, e la luce focalizza…

10 May – 24 September 2017

Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Castello 5252 – 30122 – Venezia  – IT

Exhibition curated by Chiara Bertola.

Opening on 9 May 2017, h 11.30 am

The project is a journey of trajectories and directions, weight and energies that represent five moments in which a sixth is meant: the visitor who participates.

By looking through the exhibition, the viewer also creates a new trajectory.


Letizia Cariello –   Giardino –  Dal barocco al contemporaneo, quando i giardini ispirano l’arte.

4 May – 25 August 2017

Artrust SA, Via Pedemonte 1, 6818 –  Melano – CH

Opening on 3 May 2017, h 14.00 pm with the partecipation of the artist, Letizia Cariello.

The exhibition explores the garden theme in art, tracing the story of a subject that inspired artists of every age and style.

There are about 40 works of 19 artists covering a period of time ranging from 1600 to today.

With also works by:  Charles Le Brun, Marianne Werefkin, Paul Camenish, Hermann Hesse, Renè Magritte, Italo Valenti, Andy Warhol, Niki de Saint Phalle, Valerio Adami and many others.


Paolo Icaro – Faredisfarerifarevedere

18 April 2017, at 18.15

GAM – Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea,Via Magenta 31, Sala 1 – Torino – IT

Book Presentation.
Monograph edited by Lara Conte, Mousse Publishing, 2016with text by Lara Conte, Elena Volpato.

With the partecipation of the artist, Paolo Icaro.

Partecipate by Fabio Belloni, Piergiovanni Castagnoli e Lara Conte .
Introduce by Riccardo Passoni, Vice-Director GAM
Paolo Icaro

Olivo Barbieri – Utopia/Dystopia, A Paradigm Shift

22 March – 21 August , 2017


Following its official opening on October 5, 2016, the new MAAT kunsthalle reopens to the public on March 22, 2017, with two major exhibitions that take up the whole building: Utopia/Dystopia—A Paradigm Shift, curated by Pedro Gadanho, João Laia and Susana Ventura—and Order and Progress by Mexican artist Héctor Zamora, curated by Inês Grosso.
Utopia/Dystopia—A Paradigm Shift is the first “manifesto exhibition” to be held in the kunsthalle designed by Amanda Levete (AL_A). Installed in three of MAAT’s galleries, this key-inaugural project will be a large group show featuring more than 60 works by a range of international artists and architects, some appearing for the first time in Portugal. The show will reveal how the two fields have represented ideas of utopia, or anticipated emerging notions of dystopia, since the early 1970s, with a strong focus on work produced over the last five years. Participants include architects such as Archigram, Archizoom, åyr, Didier Faustino, Yona Friedman, Aldo Rossi, Superstudio, and artists such as Kader Attia, Olivo Barbieri, Jordi Colomer, Tacita Dean, DIS Collective, Cao Fei, Ângela Ferreira, Cyprien Gailard, Jonas Staal, Ryan Trecartin, and Wolfgang Tillmans.


Olivo Barbieri film LA CITTÀ PERFETTA
Full HD color – 7.942 frames – 22 short films 1h 01’ 04”










Eva Marisaldi – Art club

16 february

Accademia di Francia a Roma – Villa Medici , Viale Trinità dei Monti, 1, 00187 Roma – IT

Eva Marisaldi (Bologna, 1966), After a long absence, returns to exhibit in Rome for a solo show. Her work conceived for Villa Medici develops in a tank and through a variety of linguistic systems transforms the space into a structured environment where the sound becomes a graphic solution (video Cornucopia, 2005) plastic (la scatola meccanica Senza titolo, 2017) or purely acoustic (Analfabeta, 2000) introducing the viewer in a multisensory experience, suspended in time and space.
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Roger BAllen foundation centre for photograpy be housed at Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art

Ahead of its Grand Opening during South Africa Heritage Weekend in September 2017, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) has announced that it is the recipient of a major gift from the Roger Ballen Foundation to the museum’s endowment to establish and support a Centre for Photography.

The gift is the largest financial donation received by the museum, to date, from a Foundation. The investment of the donation will contribute to the long-term sustainability of the museum now, and for generations to come, and will also ensure a committed focus on photography as part of Zeitz MOCAA’s mission.

The Roger Ballen Foundation donation will support the ongoing logistical, exhibition, programming and educational costs of a Centre for Photography. It will include a substantial donation of works to the museum’s permanent collection.

“It has been my great desire to contribute to the understanding of photography in South Africa in the country that I call home,” said Roger Ballen. “By donating my archive and finance to Zeitz MOCAA, I wish to commit to the ongoing success of this important museum in Africa and ensure that photography is guaranteed a place in the museum’s activities.”


Cape Town Art Fair

17 february – 19 february 2017


Jonathan Monk – The Sound Of Laughter Isn’t Necessarily Funny

27 January – 11 March 2017

The Gallery, Vijay Patel Building, De Montfort University, Mill Lane, Leicester, LE2 7PT – UK

In this exhibition, three sculptures inhabit the space – a grand piano, a pair of grandfather clocks and a dismembered doll that has passed through the artist’s family. Each of these is mechanically animated and their actions mark the passing of time in seemingly arbitrary ways. All the objects have a gothic resonance to them. Their animation suggests human presence, as the piano plays itself and the dolls eyes flicker open.
This is Jonathan Monk’s first exhibition in Leicester, the city in which he was brought up.