Life Sport at Point Chaud, Lausanne

Press release: Since 2015, the art space Life Sport in Athens has been organizing exhibitions and events that are funded through selling sweatpants editions and sweatpants collections. The sweatpants are home-made and locally produced. Life Sport is therefore as much a sportswear brand as an artist collective; an exhibition space as a shop; a relaxed

Anna Diehl at SALTS, Birsfelden

Press release: The work of Anna Diehl is about exploring the capacity of painting, as a medium, but also as a conceptual space, to challenge the transition from the familiar to the undefinable. In other words, her paintings very often navigate and blur the passage from figuration to non-figuration. Both terms, when thinking about art

Ittah Yoda at Sprout Curation, Tokyo

Press release: There is apparently a neologism known as “Yesternow” that is used as an intermediate between “Yesterday” and “Now.” The music magazine ele-king vol.22 through which I became acquainted with this term, while referencing Jacques Derrida’s Specters of Marx, had stated, “Presence is not merely made by the present, but instead indicates how the

Darren Bader at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles

Press release: Blum & Poe is pleased to present character limit, an exhibition by New York-based artist Darren Bader. This is the artist’s second solo show with the gallery. Darren Bader (b. 1978, Bridgeport, CT) lives and works in New York and on the road. Institutional solo exhibitions include (@mined_oud), Madre Museum, Naples, Italy (2017-18);

Koo Jeong A at KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin

Press release: The work of Koo Jeong A incorporates objects with the capacity for transformation,still and moving images, sound and scent. These disparate mediums are combined with elements such as wind, gravity, and site-specific reconfigurations and interventions into architectural space. Often using commonplace matter in order to conjure alternative realities, Koo Jeong A traces a

Tania Pérez Córdova at Kunsthalle Basel, Basel

Press release: Tania Pérez Córdova (*1979) makes an art of turning ordinary materials into conceptual sculptures. In her first institutional solo show in Europe, the Mexican artist prepares an exquisite, minimal installation in the upper skylight galleries that mines distinctions between original and copy, the authentic and the ersatz through a body of newly commissioned

David Hartt at Oakville Galleries, Ontario

Press release: Over the past ten years, the films and photographs of Montreal-born, Philadelphia-based artist David Hartt have explored how social values are expressed in the built environment. Whether considering the offices of the Johnson Publishing Company—home to Ebony and Jet magazines—or reflecting on unrealized urban plans for post-war Athens and Detroit, Hartt’s work looks

David Hanes at Open Forum, Berlin

Press release: Ice was the nature of his game. Seen as leagues of corridor, mazes of shadow. Walls that flick away like supersonic butterflies made of shade. Beyond them, the illusion of infinite space. Black ice. Don’t think about it. Black ice. Too many stories; black ice. Frost that kills. Black ice. Illegal, but then