Great exhibitions coming up at leading galleries around the world - and last-chance-to-see exhibition closings.
Sélavy, Palm Beach - GAVLAK, Los Angeles - Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels James Cohan, New York - The Mayor Gallery, London - Lisa Kandlhofer, Vienna Lukas Feichtner, Vienna - Petzel, New York - Taka Ishii, Tokyo
in the cycle of exhibitions investigating the relationship between the project and the work, the second room is devoted to Michel Verjux’s installation - projections of light beams in a continuous and changing dialogue with concrete situations
Wise is preoccupied by the political chaos in the United States, amidst a global pandemic, where shared concerns surrounding health and hygiene are in conflict with the individualistic desire for liberty and comfort
Buchina’s newest works transform threads of social and political happenings into new, largely ambiguous compositional narratives that, in ways, mirror our fractured global landscape and capture our ongoing collective anxieties
Alekhuogie’s recent work incorporates African sculpture and textiles to question ideas of authorship, the hierarchy of art versus craft, and the route through which many African Americans become cognizant of their cultural heritage
de Flers creates an implicit dialogue between his paintings and the composition of Mexican votive offerings with which he shares the same sensibility for symbolic narratives, muted colors, and vanishing points
Echard’s works explore areas of contact and contamination between the organic objects and consumer items — elements that can be perceived as ambivalent or even contradictory through our cultural conventions