Namsal Siedlecki at Magazzino, Rome

Press release: Magazzino is happy to announce A, the first solo exhibition by Namsal Siedlecki with the gallery. The exhibition which will open on Wednesday the 15th May 2019 will last until July 15th, 2019. Siedlecki has decided to elaborate a dual approach, linking two separate trajectories, both having as a common theme desire and

Olivier Foulon at Clages, Cologne

Press release: In a recent issue of an infoblatt/newspaper distributed to all mailboxes in O. near the city of K. (Pfalz, Germany) appeared a warning written in German as well as in English regarding the reflux of drugs in local drinking water. The airforce base of Ramstein is nearby and it is no hidden fact

Filippo Marzocchi at CCA Andratx, Mallorca

Press release: Crouch, Bind, Set is a performance by the artist Filippo Marzocchi that re-contextualizes the game of rugby within an exhibition space. Through the use of game tactics, the artist creates a spatialized sound installation by employing 24 professional rugby players to carry speakers as they enact a choreographed interpretation of the sport. The

Shaan Syed at Parisian Laundry, Montreal

Press release: Each evening was the same ritualistic encounter while Shaan Syed was growing up: a prayer and absolute silence throughout the house. His father wanted his only son to have something of the Islamic culture by making him perform just one of the five daily prayers. “Maghrib” performed after sunset when the sky is

Theis Wendt at Kunsthal Nord, Aalborg

Press release: Theis Wendt (b. 1981) is an innovative visual artist, who works with a spatial and installatoric mode of expression in his artistic practice. He explores the image as space, surface, mirage, meaning and communication, and he uses todays digital stream of images in interaction with the analogue image to create abstract, spatial images

Noah Barker at Fanta, Milan

Press release: The work of Noah Barker incorporates a distanciated logic in relation to context and intention as a shadow of structural condition. An enduring deferral exceeds a just-in-time arithmetic while the supplement, echo, and re-arrival are latent motifs in a practice sustained by prior productions of itself and others. For Fanta, Barker has proposed

Fernanda Gomes at Secession, Vienna

Press release: Since the 1980s, Fernanda Gomes has used ordinary and affordable materials to make objects and bricolages (always untitled) whose formal idiom recalls Arte Povera, minimalism, and Brazilian Constructivism. Her exhibitions often consist of an abundance of objects scattered across the floor and walls, gathered in clusters or rhythmically organized arrangements. Leftovers and lost,

Jens Kothe at Berthold Pott, Cologne

Press release: The Shape of Things Carina Bukuts Many call the process of globalization levelling. A mode in which universality between different cultures can arise – for instance in the form of a standardized measure. While the majority of the world’s population oriented themselves to their own, national and regional units of measurement until the

Lucia Pizzani at Cecilia Brunson Projects, London

Press release: Cecilia Brunson Projects is pleased to present ‘Coraza’ by Lucía Pizzani. This new body of work has been developed over the last two years and from her recently completed residency at the Marso Foundation in Mexico. The title, ‘Coraza’ (translated – ‘armour’), references the ceremony to the Aztec god of rebirth, Xipe Totec.

Rémy Zaugg at Nordenhake, Berlin

Press release: For the first time since it was first exhibited 15 years ago, Rémy Zaugg’s comprehensive self-portrait “I, myself.” (2002/03, comprising 18 pale grey text-paintings in different sizes, will be on view again. Swiss artist Rémy Zaugg (1943–2005) is renowned for his works that merge the domains of image and language, engaging the viewer

Gianni Caravaggio at Rolando Anselmi, Berlin

Press release: Reine Empfindung (1) I’m interested in a certain issue related to abstraction. This early ‘900 issue can be brought back to the German Romanticism. For instance, if we think about the geometrical structure of “Die Zeiten” by Philip Otto Runge – in which the motion and the cyclicity of celestial bodies is visualized

Katrin Hanusch at All About Laptops, London

Press release: Katrin Hanusch’s The Romance is the third in a series of alchemical works with disused laptop screens. Though ubiquitous the screens of our electronic devices remain largely invisible – something we look through and into, but rarely at. Our attention is held by what they display and transmit rather than by the screen

Anna-Sophie Berger at Cell Project Space, London

Press release: A Failed Play is Anna-Sophie Berger’s first solo exhibition in London. The new installation includes wall mounted prints drawn from archival material documenting the production of the artist’s 2013 project ‘fashion is fast’ (a 36 piece fashion collection) as well as two new individual sculptures. ‘It won’t rain’ repurposes industrial material – composed