“Discoteca Analitica” at FRI ART, Fribourg

Press release: Discoteca Analitica reassesses the emergence of multimedia experiments in the Sixties based on the range of early varieties of discotheque. The exhibition offers an immersive experience bringing together Californian counter-culture, pop and psychedelic movements, and pioneers of radical Italian architecture. It is based on unpublished archives and original works. They reveal how music,

Philip Seibel at Soyuz, Pescara

Press release: Objects from our daily lives, poor materials, objet trouvé, but also fetishes that, when contaminated with the cold rigor of artificial elements, lose their original functions to rediscover the generating power of their memory. Objects that become images, sculptures, experience, time and thus read in the present the signs of their own past.

David Casini at Car Drde, Bologna

Press release: On his second solo exhibition at the gallery, David Casini presents a series of unpublished sculptures on the theme of landscape. His native Tuscany is the centre of his world but instead of its panoramic views known all over the world he focuses on places where the gaze does not usually stop, the

Vajiko Chachkhiani at Scrap Metal Gallery, Toronto

“In his new exhibition at Scrap Metal in Toronto, his first in North America, the Tbilisi-based artist deconstructs the idea of home and belonging in various ways, going far beyond images of a literal house. They Kept Shadows Quiet (2018), the eponymous installation commissioned especially for this exhibition, consists of two “interrogation chambers” installed side

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

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