Tom Burr at Bortolami, New York

Bortolami is pleased to present “Dressage”, six contingent sculptures that together form a parallel to the six levels of training of Classical Dressage. These stages are loosely translated from German as Rhythm and Regularity; Relaxation and Suppleness; Contact; Impulsion; Straightness; Collection. Dressage continues Burr’s overarching interest in structures and performances that control, discipline and contain

“Counter Forms” at Andrea Rosen, New York

Counter Forms brings together an extraordinary group of rarely seen works, predominantly from the 1960s and ‘70s, by four artists whose oeuvres remains as fresh and visceral today as they must have first appeared in their time. The exhibition gathers an unprecedented constellation of artists and exceptional historical material, provoking us to look at the

Michael Beutler at Nagel Draxler, Berlin

Press release: The invention of his own artistic “manufacturing” marks the starting point of Michael Beutler’s working process. He constructs complex machines out of simple materials that produce roughly standardized elements serving as parts for his sculptures and installations. In his works the input of labour becomes visible as a form of constructive, unalienated human

David Adamo at UNTITLED, New York

UNTITLED feels at home in presenting an exhibition of a new body of work by David Adamo, his second at the gallery. For this exhibition Adamo has taken something enormous made by something small and translated it into something small made by a person—the termite mound. Termite mounds readily concede their ‘sculptured’ organic appearance and

Carsten Höller at Air de Paris, Paris

Press Release: ‘With’ does not mean ‘And’. If this were not the case, nothing would singularize the two terms. ‘With’ means 1+1 = 2, whereas ‘And’ says 1+ 1 = 1. Putting two things together while retaining their singularities is more paradoxical and unexpected than simply adding them up. So 1+1 = 2 is less