Gili Tal at Cabinet, London

Press release: To imagine a city through the logic of capitalist relations you have to look awry. The spatialised arrange-ment of a city’s social order reveals itself as an uneven stratification of territory along antagonistic lines of class, race, gender and minoritised surplus populations. This social assemblage is precipitated by the relent-less need to create

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,

Daniel Boccato at RIBOT, Milan

Press release: RIBOT gallery is pleased to present fly like an eagle, curated by Domenico de Chirico, the first solo show in Italy of the artist Daniel Boccato (Campinas, Brazil, 1991; he lives and works in New York). A selection of recent wall sculptures from the series “Wall Works”, specifically made for this show, shall

B. Wurtz at Metro Pictures, New York

Press release: Coinciding with “Kitchen Trees,” B. Wurtz’s major installation for Public Art Fund at City Hall Park in lower Manhattan, “Domestic Space” at Metro Pictures includes new large-scale sculptures and photographic works printed on fabric. While Wurtz is known for his carefully assembled sculptures made from quotidian objects, the works on view here demonstrate

Ian Waelder at Centro Párraga, Murcia

Press release: We tend to think of cities as more or less ordered compositions of buildings, roads, streets, squares, bridges, tunnels, roundabouts and parks. The last of these seem to tell us that the traditional division between culture and nature has been another of our many epistemological fictions. The other elements, in contrast, help us

Julia Scher at DREI, Cologne

Press release: One night an Alexa owner was woken at 3 am realising the device was talking to itself about an unknown person called David. Supposedly, Alexa was turned off and later showed no recording of a prompt that was set earlier that night. Assuming reddit users tell the truth, the person was understandably creeped

BB5000 at Horizont Gallery, Budapest

Press release: Horizont Gallery is pleased to announce BB5000: “Campari”, the first solo exhibition with the gallery by the Italian artist group, curated by Domenico de Chirico. « Futurists had a clear and sharp understanding that our age, the big industrial age, the age of the working metropolis, this intense and tumultuous life had to

Andro Wekua at Sprüth Magers, Berlin

Press release: At the center of Andro Wekua’s new exhibition at Sprüth Magers is a life-size sculpture made of nickel silver – a silver-like alloy of copper, nickel and zinc – and a group of paintings. The untitled sculpture recalls Wekua’s earlier mannequin figures and continues their subtle formal vocabulary. The androgynous figure appears situated

Mariana Silva at fluent, Santander

Press release: fluent is pleased to present For​ More information​, Mariana Silva’s first solo exhibition in Spain. The installation is the outcome of a two-week writing residency focused on the textual basis of Silva’s ongoing project​Friends of Interpretable Objects ​(2013 – …). For this specific iteration of the project, the artist proposes a reading room

Mark Grotjahn at LACMA, Los Angeles

Press release: Los Angeles-based artist Mark Grotjahn (b. 1968) has made “Butterfly” compositions since 2002, and the latest to come out of his studio is 50 Kitchens (2013–18), exhibited here for the first time. Conceived as one work, 50 Kitchens takes its inspiration from a single composition (in black and cream-colored pencil) that Grotjahn made