Agostino Bergamaschi, Paolo Brambilla – Mandragola

Galleria Massimodeluca presents Mandragola, a two-person show by Agostino Bergamaschi and Paolo Brambilla. On the occasion of this show the two artists interpret the gallery’s new venue as a stage where their works function as the scenery and actors of a drama receptive to contamination.…

Will Holder @ ALMA SARIF

“Our Values Make Us Different,” part 7: ‘don’t explain don’t complain’. Framed ‘scrap’ of “House of Dust” by Alison Knowles (programmed by James Tenney), 1967; wall-drawing with adapted marker pen, straightedge and compass; Will Holder, 2019. Shelf Reading copies F.R.DAVID, 17 issues Series (with Alex…

J. Michael Ford and Hannah Tarr – Mood Allowing for Power

Mood Allowing for Power will present recent work by J. Michael Ford and Hannah Tarr that investigates mental states of empowerment and resistance. In each artist’s work, soft palettes, bodily outlines, and collected objects represent personal and collective histories while conveying a deep desire for…

Talisa Lallai – Post Tropical

Unter dem Titel „Post Tropical“ geht Talisa Lallai im Museum Kurhaus Kleve der Existenz und der Identität des Tropischen im westlichen Alltag nach. Die Ausstellung schließt konkrete Objekte wie exotische Pflanzen ein, sie umfasst aber auch Narrationen und Vorstellungen des Tropischen, welche anhand von historischen…

Maximilian Kirmse – AMAZONI

Maximilian Kirmse’s AMAZONI on view Auszug aus der Publikation „Die Chronik spricht mit Maximilian Kirmse“, welches anlässlich der Ausstellung AMAZONI in der Philipp Haverkampf Galerie in Berlin erschienen ist. Die Chronik ist chronisch, sie ist eine Geschichtsschreibung von langer Dauer. Sie erscheint in unregelmäßigen Abständen…

The Swamp, Real Madrid @ Sans titre (2016)

“Narcissus’ fist sinks in the muddy bottom of the pond whose surface still mirrors a reversed image of youth. Swamps are places of slow fertility, whose shapes develop slowly through accumulation, from sediments building on one another. Their characters evolve through sickly modular structures repeating…

Katharina Höglinger – Seated Posture

The grotto is a collective work and an experimental platform that seeks to create a community between a group of artists, the gallery and its audience. It’s the Grotto’s rugged walls loaded with images that are the challenge. As opposed to the white walls of…

Mariana Castillo Deball @ Kurimanzutto, NY

March 5 – April 6, 2019 Mariana Castillo Deball Point Mariana Castillo Deball presents a series of new works for her first presentation at kurimanzutto new york. Composed of a fluid dialogue between works on paper and printed matter, Point reminds the viewer that skin…

Not me – Ein Gespräch mit Marcel Hiller

Marcel Hillers (*1982, Potsdam) bisherige künstlerische Praxis charakterisierte sich durch die pointierte Setzung von gefundenen und später eigenständig hergestellten Objekten im Ausstellungsraum. Eine aktuellere Werkgruppe besteht aus der Bearbeitung, Zusammensetzung und Positionierung von Vierkant-Stahlrohren, die silbern und schwarz sind und mit Schleifspuren wie Wunden und…

Alles Geben Alles Nehmen Teil 2

Anastasia Bay, Matthias Dornfeld, Moritz Englebert, Fid. Fischer, Tom Król, Svea Mauslof, Olga Monina, Josip Novosel, Vincent Vandaele Did you ever see a sequel and thought, wow breathtaking. Did you know there is a Titanic 2? Did you know there is a second part of…

Eva Fàbregas – Those things that your fingers can tell

From 9 February until 5 May 2019, Kunstverein München presents Those things that your fingers can tell – a solo exhibition comprised of new sculptures and installations by Eva Fàbregas.  Fàbregas’ practice concerns forms of somatic experimentation, exploring the eroticism of consumer objects, the social…

Halfway House @ Exile Gallery curated by Julius Pristauz

Works by Amanda Ross-Ho, Core Pan, Diana Barbosa Gil, Fette Sans, Johannes Büttner & Raphaela Vogel, Kamilla Bischof, Malte Zander, Martin Kohout, Nschotschi Haslinger, Patrick Fabian Panetta, Rafal Zajko, Tatiana Defraine, Tenant of Culture, Tilman Hornig & Paul Barsch, Vlad Nancă, Wieland Schönfelder plain tables shabby…

Sophia Domagala – The mirror is my mother

Most of Sophia Domagala’s mostly large-format may seem wild and confusing at first glance. They exude a peculiar, physical presence sustained by a sense of arbitrariness, by their complexity and colour dynamics. Nevertheless, they contain no frills, nothing that’s not strictly required – everything focuses…

Gabriele Edlbauer and Julia Goodman – Déjà View


For their exhibition at Hoast, artists Gabriele Edlbauer and Julia Goodman are showing a recently completed collaborative series. Déjà view is a déjà vu currently in its 30s. It is a historicized tactic transplanted and transferred by contemporary tools, such as copy and paste. In…