Guan Xiao at Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn

Press release: Bonner Kunstverein announces a new exhibition by Guan Xiao. Working primarily in sculpture and video, Guan Xiao quotes from a broad range of cultural history that includes references to ancient Eastern and Western traditions as well as contemporary popular culture. Previous works have variously adopted The Statue of Liberty, Michelangelo’s ‘David’(c.1501) or the

Harrison Pearce at Baert Gallery, Los Angeles

Press release: We are outnumbered. Amidst a network of kinetic objects, Harrison Pearce lets us peer into strange relationships. Rigid industrial materials frame organic forms, bulbous and infant sized, simultaneously cradling and stimulating them. A burst of noise, and suddenly something moves. While attempting to locate the unseen event, a viola da gamba soothes us

Mario García Torres at Taka Ishii, Tokyo

Press release: Taka Ishii Gallery is pleased to present Mexico City-based artist Mario García Torres’ “Falling Together In Time”, an exhibition about coincidences, memories, endings, repetitions and liminal moments. In his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, the show will be comprised of a sound installation, paintings, a video and some found documents. Los Angeles,

Ernesto Burgos at The Goma, Madrid

Press release: Ernesto Burgos’ practise in recent years has been sustained on the production of three-dimensional works exploiting the malleability of cardboard, later coated in fiberglass and then covered with charcoal, oil and wax. The sculptures presented at this third exhibition at The Goma open up a new path within the artist’s output insofar as

Ricardo van Eyk at P/////AKT, Amsterdam

Press release: – A good pilot program provides a platform for the organization to test logistics, prove value and reveal deficiencies. Typically, a pilot program begins with a proposal that lists the objectives (…) and should also provide metrics for how success will be determined. – Serving as a prototype – This earlier sense pre-dated

Jef Geys at NTU, Singapore

Press release: NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore presents Quadra Medicinale Singapore, the late Belgian artist Jef Geys’s first institutional exhibition in Asia. Geys’s conceptual practice adopted an interdisciplinary and collaborative process of research and knowledge-formation, and was driven by his belief that art should be intertwined with the everyday. For Quadra Medicinale (2009), Geys

Linder at Modern Art, London

Press release: Modern Art is pleased to announce an exhibition comprising recent and new works by Linder. This is her first solo exhibition in London since 2011, and includes previously unseen and new photomontage works as well as a series inspired by Ithel Colquhoun’s ​‘Mantic Stain’ technique. Linder’s exhibition at Modern Art coincides with her

Cécile B. Evans at Château Shatto, Los Angeles

Press release: Cécile B. Evans’ practice offers percipient, moving accounts of the governance and rebellion of human emotions, in particular as they come into contact with technological and physical structures that seek to rationalize or streamline them. Her films, sculptures and installations articulate moments of dissonance as instruments of capitalist progress and technological advancement come