Andreas Zybach at König Gallery, Berlin

Press release: Johann König, Berlin is pleased to announce its fourth solo exhibition of Andreas Zybach. Zybach is presenting new sculptures and drawings. The electronically controlled sculptures consist of compressors, pipes, valves, metal colored tubes, and balloons. The objects, formally resembling trees, are systems that remove the air from the room in order to compress

Lynda Benglis at New Museum, New York

Over the past forty years, Lynda Benglis has developed a distinctive and influential sculptural language. Benglis rose to prominence during the 1960s and ’70s, a time when her singular practice both intersected with and transcended the categories of post-Minimalism and feminist art. Benglis’s sculptures suggest a remarkable range of influences, including the gestures of Abstract

Thea Djordjadze at Kiosk, Ghent

KIOSK hosts Quiet speech in wide circulation, Georgian artist Thea Djordjadze’s (Tbilisi, 1971) first ever solo show in Belgium. The exhibition’s title refers to the venue’s original function as an anatomical theatre, where even the slightest whisper resonates throughout the room. The artist has forged flat, lean structures that take over the hemicycle’s floor surface

Isabelle Cornaro at 1m3, Lausanne

«Movement is all approach as gap, approach with caution, away with desire. It assumes a contact, but it supposes interrupted, if not broken, lost, impossible to the end.» Georges Didi-Huberman. Le vertige de la moraine is based on the mechanical device of sedimentation as an arrangement principle. Moraine is a shape consisting of two movements;

Aleana Egan at Drawing Room, London

The Drawing Room is delighted to announce Aleana Egan’s first solo exhibition in London. Egan will make a new body of work in response to the architectural space and the immediate environs of the Drawing Room. Drawing forms the starting point of Egan’s work, with a sketchbook providing a repository for the noting down of

Manfred Pernice at Secession, Vienna

Berlin-based German artist Manfred Pernice developed the sculpturama show especially for the Hauptraum at the Secession. His sculptural works are built or assembled out of simple, sometime painted or sprayed materials including cardboard, chipboard, concrete, and metal, supplemented with text, maps or photographs. Starting from his observations of the urban environment, he highlights its failings

Aaron Curry at Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin

Press Release: The sculptures and paintings of Aaron Curry explore complex relationships between drawing and form, abstraction and figuration, and space, both real and virtual. The artist’s recent works blurred conventional distinctions between figure and ground, subverting the white cube of the gallery and creating an environment of total optical immersion. For his exhibition at

Georg Herold at Kunstverein Freiburg

Georg Herold belongs to the generation of German artists around Martin Kippenberger, Albert Oehlen and Günther Förg. A characteristic of the works of this generation consists of a sometimes succinct, sometimes ironic-moody handling of materials and topics. Connections to the everyday, to politics or art history may be created but not out of a mystic-transcending

Katharina Grosse at MASS MoCA, North Adams

Katharina Grosse is known for the vibrant palette and exuberant gestures of her large-scale canvases and raucous installations which merge painting, sculpture, and architecture. Wielding a spray gun instead of a brush, Grosse often paints directly on the walls, floors, or facades of her exhibition sites, altering the logic and scale of architecture itself. In

“Aftermath” at Taka Ishii, Kyoto

“A utopia minus a bottom, a place where the machines are idle, and the sun has turned to glass […]” -Robert Smithson, “A Tour of the Monuments of Passaic”, Artforum, October 1967. Taka Ishii Gallery Kyoto is pleased to announce Aftermath, a group exhibition curated by Simon Castets. The exhibition is based upon the twofold

Roger Hiorns at Aspen Art Museum, Aspen

British sculptor Roger Hiorns makes objects that explore transformation, both material and perceptual. Using divergent and often esoteric found materials—jet and automobile engines, plastinated cow brains, perfume, thistles—Hiorns collides the natural and man-made. His work often engages a variety of organic and chemical processes such as treating objects with substances like amyl nitrate, steroids, or