Agnes Scherer – ORLANDO TUSSAUD

Agnes Scherer’s project ORLANDO TUSSAUD presents a complete reshaping of the gallery’s interior. With the use of temporary walls, the artist transforms the five room exhibition space into an immersive installation which complements her practice and resources. The transformed space takes on a narrative function…

Chin Tsao – THE SLOW DAWN

Chin Tsao at Stiege 13, Vienna Oh mighty, he whispered to me: You, ghost of alienation. Your fear is true real. I’ll pray for you tonight with a bottle booze made of my victim’s tears, If you could escape your trial. The story is an…

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg – What we`ve learned so far

SETAREH X presents Janes Haid-Schmallenberg’s first solo exhibition in Düsseldorf following his graduation from the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in 2013 and his subsequent move to Berlin. In a new series of paintings and sculptures, Haid-Schmallenberg has created fantastical creatures, cats, dogs, birds and human-like figures that…

BACK THEN BY TOMORROW

Johanna K Becker, Markus Bråten, Antye Guenther Nancy Jones, Hunter Longe, Markus von Platen, Aleksandar Radan curated by Ellen Wagner & Julia Weißenberg New media environments not only shape our image and concept of nature, they represent a „second nature“ that atmospherically surrounds us and…

6–Chōme-30-3 Higashi-Ogu, Tokyo

Albert Allgaier, bi-, Marc Buchy, Louis Clais, Sebastian Doplbaur, Peter Fritzenwaller, Steve Giasson, Thomas Hitchcock, Katharina Höglinger/meshit, Lisa Kainz, Taka Kono, Mikko Kuorinki, Andrea Lüth, Romain Mader, Kai Maier-Rothe, Sophia Mairer, Iivi Meltaus, Fatmir Mustafa-Karllo, José Oliveira, Niclas Schöler, Driton Selmani, Lena Sieder-Semlitsch, Olia Sosnovskaya,…

Tanja Nis-Hansen – The Benign Tumour

Aurélien Mole / all images copyright and courtesy of the artist and Sans titre (2016) Withdrawn from any traces of contemporary life, Tanja Nis-Hansen’s paintings present a scenery that reveals the painter’s sensibility towards what could be described as an unconventional synthesis of historical styles.…

Nina Beier – European Interiors II

Objects that have a messy relationship to some original are regular features in Beier’s practice. How they resemble or differ from their references varies, but the differences can reveal more than just authentic versus copy. In the case of remote control luxury cars that Beier…

Mirko Canesi – Verdant

Images copyright: Deborah Bowmann Mirko Canesi’s research undermine our certainties in what reality is, dismantling the dualistic belief that sees humans and nature as distinct entities. Working on the blurry line that carves natural artifice and artificial nature, the artist advances hybridization as a critical…

Laurie Kang @ Oakville Galleries

Pictures by Laura Findlay The work of Laurie Kang is rooted in an enduring concern with the body and the forces that shape it—political, affective and otherwise. Drawing on fields such as biology, feminist theory and science fiction, Kang stages installations that take up the…

Michaela Meise – Guten Tag @ KM, Berlin

Pictures by Sebastian Mayer We are pleased to present the first solo exhibition by Michaela Meise at KM and are happy to congratulate her for recently winning the 2019 Kunstpreis der Städtischen Galerie Nordhorn (Art Prize of the City of Nordhorn). Already before entering the…

Work Together Stay Alive curated by: TZVETNIK

EXILE is happy to invite you to an exhibition curated by Moscow-based curator and writer Natalya Serkova and artist Vitaly Bezpalov entitled Work Together Stay Alive. Is it a mistake to say that a lemon slice in your teacup always tends to float towards your…

Sarah McMenimen – Mud

Pictures by Marten Elder Garden is pleased to present Mud, an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Sarah McMenimen. In these sculptures and reliefs, McMenimen forges accretions and erosions of sand, stone, dirt, and resin, or reused post-industrial alloy metals. Formed with the…

Lisa Jäger + Bert Löschner – Dreamdate

Pictures by Bert Löschner Lisa and Bert flirt in Kunstbuero Vienna DREAMDATE Five huge Canvas, at first sight almost empty, and a big mattress in in the middle of the room. the mattress and the canvas have almost the same format and colour sceme, around…

Rheim Alkadhi – MAJNOON FIELD

Images 1-6 — Rheim Alkadhi: Majnoon Field, 2019 Foto: 1-6 — Tamara Lorenz, 7-11 — Christiane Schmidt First solo exhibition of Rheim Alkadhi in Europe “Majnoon Field” is an exhibition across multiple mediums, finding its primary reference in the Majnoon oil field of Southern Iraq.…