Nick Doyle at Stems Gallery, Brussels

Stems Gallery is pleased to announce “Nowhere”, an exhibition of new sculptures by the Brooklyn–based artist Nick Doyle. Nick Doyle’s work employs the icons and materials of American culture to examine the unsightly pride with which such symbols and attitudes are touted. His practice aims to undo American myth-making by its very products— cigarettes, vending

Felix Treadwell at L21 Gallery, Mallorca

Press release: L21 is happy to present the exhibition “Dark Age” by Felix Treadwell (Buxted, UK, 1992). The world seems familiar, yet sinister somehow. For here, it is always dark, while the constant wind is harsh and cold. The only protection is their blue puffa jacket. They stand still isolated, waiting for something we do

Alejandro Leonhardt at L21 Gallery, Mallorca

Press release: We never finish anything[1] “The plot of land isn’t being used for productive purposes at the moment, other than generating vegetation. We could speak of more than a thousand cables of varying weight, that unwrap themselves to various rhythms and intensities. A characteristic only attributable to the wind. They are the plot’s visible

Loup Sarion at SpazioA, Pistoia

Press release: SpazioA is proud to present on Saturday February 18, 2017, 6pm, at the gallery’s project space, Langue Pendue, the first solo show in Italy by the artist Loup Sarion (1987, Toulouse, France). The artist presents three sculptures inspired by anthropomorphic or everyday forms that are grouped under the title Langue Pendue. This title

Daniel Boccato at The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn

Press release: A mocking stoicism pervades “creepers” at The Journal Gallery, Daniel Boccato’s first solo exhibition in New York. The shapeshifting works hang on the walls at eye level, facing us head-on, posited to torment, taunt, or seduce. Indifferent, they choose to keep mum. Fiberglass and epoxy, adaptable industrial materials, dry to a sturdy finish