Anna Kolodziejska at Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck

“Trousers are an item of clothing designed to cover and warm the buttocks, genitals and legs.” Anna Kolodziejska’s fourth solo exhibition in Galerie Bernd Kugler is entitled “Beinkleid” (legwear). The first thing visitors encounter when they enter the gallery are classic men’s trousers: standing, hanging or as fragments. On closer examination of the exhibition, it

Marlie Mul at Fluxia, Milan

There will be no party, said the Internet man. So we came anyway, in barrels. He brought a shovel. We brought beanbag chairs. We sat for a while. A casual flurry of eggs. Miniature ponchos. We felt like moving in. There were like millions. We were company larvae moving in stealth, through smoke machines, through

Heimo Zobernig at Palacio de Velázquez, Madrid

Heimo Zobernig is one of the most significant artists working in Europe today. Having exhibited worldwide, he has created a considerable body of work that includes paintings, sculptures, videos, installations, architectural interventions and performances. His work critically engages with various modern art movements, as well as with architecture, design and theatre. Zobernig appropriates art histories

Alice Channer at Lisa Cooley, New York

Alice Channer’s work traces the disappearance, mutation, and possible evolution of a body and of materials in post-industrial environments. Her works are made up of flat surfaces that she pleats, curves, stretches, expands and contracts to explore sculptural concerns of volume, dimension and weight. By treating the surfaces, materials and processes that make up our

Matias Faldbakken at Eva Presenhuber, Zurich

‘No’ is, generally speaking, a better answer than ‘Yes’ (Flann O’Brien) I would prefer not to. (Bartleby, the scrivener) Galerie Eva Presenhuber is pleased to present the exhibition “SHALL I WRITE IT” with new work by Oslo-based Norwegian artist Matias Faldbakken. As an artist, Matias Faldbakken came to international prominence with his disconcerting, direct and

Karin Sander at Esther Schipper, Berlin

 Press release:  Esther Schipper is pleased to present h = 400 cm, the first solo exhibition of Karin Sander at the gallery. Within the framework of her exhibition, Sander reworks the space applying three mutually complimentary interventions. Upon her encounter with the architecturally modified space, her reaction is radical: she transforms the space back into

Danh Vo at The Renaissance Society, Chicago

 The Renaissance Society will present Uterus, an exhibition by Vietnam-born, Berlin-based artist Danh Vo, September 23 – December 16, 2012, with an opening reception Sunday, September 23, from 4-7pm. The artist will speak at 5pm. The Renaissance Society is presenting both new and previously exhibited work by Vo. Additionally, The Renaissance Society and The Art

LACMA, Los Angeles presents “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective”

LACMA Presents Groundbreaking Retrospective of American Sculptor Ken Price Exhibition Traces the Artist’s Sculptural Practice of More Than Fifty Years and features Gallery Installation Designed by Frank Gehry (Los Angeles, June 13, 2012) The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective, a groundbreaking exhibition featuring 100 works by the prolific

Katja Strunz at The Modern Institute, Glasgow

The Modern Institute is pleased to announce the solo exhibition Dynamic Fatigue Test by Katja Strunz. This exhibition includes a number of new sculptural installations. Central to the exhibition is Strunz’s investigation of the materials the works are made of and the ability of those materials to absorb and resist physical stress. This is evident

Isabelle Cornaro at Le Magasin, Grenoble

For this exhibition, French artist Isabelle Cornaro will question the notions of perspective, point of view and positioning. She will stage familiar objects which, when they are integrated into a composition, take on a new meaning and a new value. She will show how means of representation, historically and culturally determined, influence our perception of

Stan Douglas at Victoria Miro, London

 Victoria Miro is pleased to announce the first gallery exhibition of Canadian artist Stan Douglas. Since the 1980s Stan Douglas has reappropriated key moments from history, precisely examining political, social and racial shifts, in an effort to deconstruct and reimagine their presupposed and foregone outcomes. Douglas appropriates the fantastical and hyper-real from Hollywood; murder mysteries,