Alan Ruiz at Bad Reputation, Los Angeles

Press release:Bad Reputation is pleased to present an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Alan Ruiz. Enclosures features a subset from Ruiz’s ongoing project Western Standards which engages the ubiquitous and repeatable systems that shape, condition, and regulate the built environment. Suspended in aluminum molding, transparent and reflective glass projects from the wall at

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

Teresa Margolles at DAAD, Berlin

Press Release: The daadgalerie presents two new projects by Mexican artist Teresa Margolles, created during her stay in Berlin. Teresa Margolles repeatedly addresses feelings of loss, pain, and emptiness provoked by everyday violence and its impact on individual destinies, on families and friends, and on a society in general. She works assiduously against the anonymization

June Crespo at Carreras Mugica, Bilbao

Press release: In an article about Franz Mesmer, the Austrian physiologist who claimed he could cure ailments through channelling “animal magnetism,” writer Christopher Turner says that “The Lyonnais Mesmerists purported that their patients could see their own insides when in somnambulistic trances, and thereby make uncannily accurate self-diagnoses[1].” Likewise, challenging the unidirectionality of vision towards the

Petrit Halilaj at Kamel Mennour, Paris

Press Release: “Everything can change, but not the language that we carry inside us, like a world more exclusive and decisive than one’s mother’s womb.” Italo Calvino, Hermit in Paris Petrit Halilaj’s work is deeply connected with the recent history of his country, Kosovo, and the consequences of the political and cultural tensions in the

Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock

Press Release: Blenheim Art Foundation is delighted to announce SOFTER: Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace. As one of America’s most loved living artists since the 1980s, Holzer’s practice circles around language in order to question systems of power and authority in society. Since 2010, Holzer’s work has been focused particularly on modern conflict. On her

Karla Black at Modern Art, London

Press Release: Modern Art is pleased to announce Karla Black’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. Karla Black will present a new body of work, made specifically as an attempt to emphasize the importance of mark-making in her practice. In this exhibition, she concentrates specifically on one of the many sculptural problems that preoccupy her:

“DOMESTICITY VI” at Kayu, Bali

Press Release: Kayu – Lucie Fontaine’s branch in Bali, Indonesia – is pleased to present its sixth project, “Domesticity VI”, a two-venue exhibition of international artists on view at Rumah Topeng Dan Wayang [The House of Mask and Puppet] in Bali and at Biasa Art Space in Jakarta, with the presentation of Arahamaiani’s performance as

Lewis Stein at Essex Street, New York

Press Release: “These pieces have, I believe, broken new ground by simultaneously revealing certain perceptual structures of our experience in the world and new ways of being in the world not previously made evident in any other art practice.” … “What these works have in common and how they are different from previous works: ‘Use

John Baldessari at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles

Press Release: Sprüth Magers has exhibited John Baldessari for almost three decades and is pleased to present his second solo show at the Los Angeles gallery. The exhibition features twenty-seven works from Baldessari’s new series of large-scale paintings based on the ubiquitous Emojis. John Baldessari’s name is synonymous with the art scene in his native