Autor: KubaParis

Rachel Yezbick – Cover Me

Garden presents Cover Me, Rachel Yezbick’s first solo exhibition in the United States. Working primarily in video and performance, Yezbick investigates digital surveillance, group identity, and contemporary morals in the face of decentralized global conflict. Yezbick delves into these themes starting with the central work,…

MAX SCHAFFER – all clear

The checkered dish-towel hangs neatly folded in the kitchen. The curtains are drawn. It is after six o’clock. The newscast is about to start. A storm is looming. With his solo exhibition “all clear” Max Schaffer ventures into uncertain terrain, all cleverly reflected but with…

„Wiener Raum“ @ Universitätsgalerie der Angewandten

Eva Chytilek, Josef Dabernig, Verena Dengler, Friedl Dicker, Friederike Domnosil, Sebastian Doplbaur, Heinrich Dunst, Melanie Ebenhoch, Josef Frank, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Lone Haugaard Madsen, Thomas Hitchcock, Simon Iurino, Lukas Kaufmann, Eric Kläring, Krüger/Pardeller, Sonia Leimer, Ernst Lichtblau, Marko Lulić, Lotte Lyon, Laurent…

hobbypopMUSEUM – DIGITALIA

The exhibition DIGITALIA takes place on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the six-person artist group hobbypopMUSEUM. The guiding principles sees the artist group as a band, always on the move in the world of art, transforming the exhibition space at every stop on…

Benedikte Bjerre – Yomp @SALOON

SALOON is delighted to present Yomp, a solo show by Danish artist Benedikte Bjerre (°1987). Benedikte Bjerre uses social as well as socio-economical phenomena and developments as the starting point for her installations and sculptural works. Concepts that shape our vision of the world, like…

NOWERE by MYLASHER

Hinter den Bildschirmen der Smartphones sehen wir die gesamte Welt und können sie doch nicht wirklich erleben. Tine Günther alias Mylasher erlaubt sich in ihrer Arbeit tranceartige Zustände und unkontrollierte Prozesse. Sie nutzt Rasierschaum, Pudding, Moose, Folien oder Erde. In einer anarchischen Freiheit des Ausdrucks sucht sie die „Aura“…

Cécile B. Evans – AMOS‘ WORLD: Episode One

In her work, Cécile B. Evans examines the significance and role of emotion in contemporary societies as well as the increasing influence of new technologies on our feelings and actions. In her work, American–Belgian artist Cécile B. Evans examines the significance and role of emotion…

Sabrina Röthlisberger – Indépendante

ROSE IS A ROSE Once upon a time the world was round and you could go on it around and around. Everywhere there was somewhere and everywhere there they were men women children dogs cows wilds pigs little rabbit cats blizzards and animals. That is the way…

Highlight 3/12 – Kunsthalle Baden-Baden by Vivien Trommer

Ausstellen des Ausstellens: Von der Wunderkammer zur kuratorischen Situation 02. März 2018 – 17. Juni 2018 Endlich beschäftigt sich eine Ausstellung umfassend mit der Geschichte des Ausstellens. Institutionen haben sich dem Thema bisher nur am Rande gewidmet, in der Kunstwissenschaft ist die Praxis des Zeigens…

Marianne Vlaschits – A New Home

At the spot where the two white glowing lightsabers meet on the screen, the dark purple sky opens up to reveal a glittering universe. The guardians of this magic portal are two frog-faced goddesses in pink raiment; swords drawn, they flank the wondrous gate like…

Maximiliane Baumgartner @ Loggia, München

Actions for a comedic Figure Voices singing from a distance: “Vanity Fair—they should all hold their tongues…” (It is not clear if there are only one or two parties singing here…and then what is a hypothetical third party doing? One who is just looking—for there…

Hopping the Twig @ Calaboose (Montréal, Canada)

Nabil Azab, Simone Blain, Cindy Hill, Edwin Isford, Jenna-Katheryn Heinemann, Marlon Kroll, Vincent Larouche, Garrett Lockhart, Baltimore Loth, Catherine Prince, Lucas Regazzi, Fatine-Violette Sabiri Flames to dust; lovers to friends. Why do all good things come to an end? — The notice came on February…

TOM HUMPHREYS @ HIGH ART

INT. PENTHOUSE – NIGHT An almost common setting, in the sense that this is to be expected from a soirée thrown by insanely wealthy socialites. Not so common in terms of numbers, this is after all the top one percentile. This being said, nothing really out of…

Boot/leg – Akinola Davies Jr.

High end brands are globally recognised symbols of meaning within social identity, and thus are a direct mode of instant visual communication, between the individual and the world. As a result, they have become defining symbols of affiliation and status. This is particularly true of…