Fatma Bucak at GAM, Palermo

Press release: Spatial mobility is the foundation of every human activity, yet migrations, diasporas and mass flights have always brought disquiet and fear. Not only in those living them directly but also in those who are obliged against their will to “submit to the invasion”, to rethink their own spaces, habits of a lifetime, certainties

Bright File (June) at HAUS N ATHEN, Athens

Press release: The show has a lifetime of several hundred hours. When heated, it glows with visible light. ‘Le Rayon X’ and ‘Six Heures avant l’été’ (1980) by legendary Greek artist Christos Tzivelos (1949-1995) were the starting point for this show that centres on light but isn’t about light. Felt as an effigy for June

Camille Blatrix at Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig

Press release: For his project Somewhere Safer, CAMILLE BLATRIX modifies Kunstverein Braunschweig’s Remise, reorganizing the spatial situation with architectural interventions. As a harbinger of the show, the entrance area, that is usually perceived en passant, is transformed into a nostalgic waiting room. Sculptures, paintings and a “soundtrack” produced on-site are condensed into a tense, at

Bill Culbert at Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington

Press release: Though the uniqueness of the art object has long been the sign of its status, Culbert prefers a kind of familial profusion. In this he replicates the effects of repetition, variation and dispersal that are the world’s ‘literal’ condition – its many similar-but-different sunsets, light bulbs and conversations – while at the same

Tobias Hoffknecht at A+B, Brescia

Press release: A+B presents the new solo show by Tobias Hoffkencht, German artist born in 1987 in Bochum; he graduated in Dusseldorf, where he currently lives and works. On Saturday the 6th of October opens his first personal show at the gallery, where there will be presented three original sculptures designed and created to perceptively

Jiří Kovanda at Black Cube, Denver

Press release: Kovanda will fly from Prague to Denver in September with only materials and no sense of the exhibition’s physical location August 27, 2018 – Denver, CO – Jiří Kovanda, an internationally recognized performance artist, is heading from Prague to Denver next month for his first American exhibition outside of New York City. But,

Rachel Adams at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow

Press release: Working within creative, menial, domestic and administrative labour Rachel Adams’s installation, with iterations in Glasgow and Sheffield, considers the linked systems that govern both the natural and manmade world and the possibilities where the two intersect. We are surrounded by incomprehensible systems, that detail not only the current shifts in society and technology,