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An Evening with Ian Cheng at the Museum of Modern Art, New York

An Evening with Ian Cheng at the Museum of Modern Art, New York

This screening and discussion with Ian Cheng marks the completion of his Emissary trilogy, recently acquired by MoMA, and on view at MoMA PS1, April 9–September 10, 2017. Emissary comprises a trio of Cheng’s “live simulations,” animations that explore the … More

Ian Cheng “Emissaries” at MoMA PS1, New York

Ian Cheng "Emissaries" at MoMA PS1, New York

MoMA PS1 presents Ian Cheng’s first US museum solo presentation, featuring the artist’s complete Emissary trilogy (2015–17), a series of live simulation works created using a video game engine. Described by the artist as “a video game that plays itself”, … More

Ian Cheng on the Society of Mind, SI: Visions

Ian Cheng on the Society of Mind, SI: Visions

SI: Visions is a groundbreaking online video series, exploring the ideas and fascinations of some of today’s most forward-looking artists. Capturing a first-person point of view, these video essays are made in close collaboration with each artist, giving audiences immersive … More

Philippe Parreno on ‘Brilliant Ideas’

Philippe Parreno on 'Brilliant Ideas'

The 50th Episode of “Brilliant Ideas” features Hyundai Commission 2016 artist: Philippe Parreno. Check it out here: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2017-03-28/philippe-parreno-on-brilliant-ideas-video   Image: Anywhen, instalaltion view at Tate Modern, London, 4 October 2016 – 2 April 2017

Ulla von Brandenburg at Hangar H18

Ulla von Brandenburg at Hangar H18

Ulla von BRANDENBURG Kader ATTIA Yto BARRADA Barthélémy TOGUO Curator: Alicia KNOCK A few months after their exhibition in Paris at the Centre Pompidou, the four artists honoured by the 2016 Marcel Duchamp Prize will be having a group show … More

Ulla von Brandenburg, “Two Times Seven”, K21 Staendehaus

Ulla von Brandenburg, "Two Times Seven", K21 Staendehaus

Since 2010, the K21 Ständehaus has served as a venue for international art and contemporary works from the permanent collection. Distributed throughout three levels, 22 continuously changing rooms offer encounters with site-specific approaches to art production. Selected artists are invited … More

Ian Cheng at the K11 Art Museum, Shanghai

Ian Cheng at the K11 Art Museum, Shanghai

Ian Cheng is taking part in The K11 Art Foundations first major project in China, ‘After Us’ in partnership with the New Museum, New York. Curated by Lauren Cornell, from the New Museum with support from Chinese curator Buoying Chen. After Us … More

Ian Cheng at Tate Modern

Ian Cheng participates in the first BMW Tate Live exhibition. The exhibition marks a new departure in the concept of the art exhibition; from a static presentation to an experience of art that unfolds through time. The Live exhibition will … More

Julião Sarmento Performance and Talk at Desert X

Julião Sarmento Performance and Talk at Desert X

Cometa, a performance for two dancers and an audience of one, will be Julião Sarmento’s contribution to Desert X. The performance, which takes place in a hotel room, is designed to be witnessed by one person at a time. An … More

Lucy Raven “The Deccan Trap” on Vdrome

Lucy Raven "The Deccan Trap" on Vdrome

Introduced by Victoria Brooks 2015, Photographic animation, color, sound, 4’19” The Deccan Trap is a sci-fi fable that goes back in space and time, with one layer at a time revealed from a cut out collage of stacked images. The … More

Ian Cheng wins Award for the Filmic Oeuvre

Ian Cheng wins Award for the Filmic Oeuvre

Ian Cheng is the recipient of Award for the Filmic Oeuvre, which is created by Louis Vuitton and Kino der Kunst. Filmic Oeuvre Award is awarded every year to one visual artist who promotes intercultural dialogue by using universal language. … More

Philippe Parreno and Rachel Rose— 57th Venice Biennale

Philippe Parreno and Rachel Rose— 57th Venice Biennale

The 57th International Art Exhibition, titled VIVA ARTE VIVA and curated by Christine Macel, is organized by La Biennale di Venezia. Open to the public from 13th May to 26th November 2017, the exhibition offers a route that unfolds over … More

Shahzia Sikander at Princeton University Art Museum

Shahzia Sikander at Princeton University Art Museum

Princeton University presents a new commission by Shahzia Sikander. Sikander’s spectacular, sprawling sixty-six-foot mosaic and twenty-five-foot luminous multilayered glass painting joins the Museum’s collection. The two site-specific works will be permanently installed at the newly renovated 20 Washington Road, the new … More

Mary Reid Kelley at Tate Liverpool

Mary Reid Kelley at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool presents a new commission by Mary Reid Kelley, which will be her first museum solo exhibition in the UK. Reid Kelley combines painting, performance, and her distinctive poetry in black and white stylised videos. Made in collaboration with … More

Mary Reid Kelley at Whitechapel Gallery

Mary Reid Kelley at Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery presents a film of Mary Reid Kelley as part of Artists’ Film International. Mary Reid Kelley collaborates with her partner Patrick Kelley on the stylised black and white video This is Offal (2016), an absurdist take on TV … More

Mary Reid Kelley at the Jewish Museum NYC

Mary Reid Kelley at the Jewish Museum NYC

Mary Reid Kelley is taking part in The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin at the Jewish Museum NYC. This exhibition of contemporary artworks presents photography, video, sculpture, and painting seen through the lens of influential philosopher Walter Benjamin’s magnum … More

Mary Reid Kelley at Vdrome

Mary Reid Kelley at Vdrome

Vdrome, an online screening platform, presents a film of Mary Reid Kelley, This is Offal. A film questions the univocal rhetorics of modern science inasmuch as the classical artistic representations of the female body. During an autopsy, confused organs – … More

Tschabalala Self wins Joan Mitchell Award

Tschabalala Self wins Joan Mitchell Award

Tschabalala Self has won Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant. Established in 1993, the Painters and Sculptors Grant Programme acknowledges painters and sculptors creating work of exceptional quality through unrestricted career support. The Foundation currently awards $25,000 to twenty-five artists … More

Ulla von Brandenburg at Nanterre-Amandiers

Ulla von Brandenburg at Nanterre-Amandiers

Nanterre-Amandiers presents Ulla von Brandenburg’s film, It has a Golden Sun and an Elderly Grey Moon, which is the first film the artist has dedicated to colour. It is a film that she shot on the main stage of Nanterre-Amandiers. … More

Charles Avery at David Roberts Art Foundation, London

Charles Avery at David Roberts Art Foundation, London

Study #15 Study #15 looks in depth at a drawing by British artist Charles Avery from the David Roberts Collection. The artist presents a selection of additional works in the exhibition, including sculptures, drawings and items from his studio. A new text by writer and … More

Tschabalala Self at Parasol Unit, London

Tschabalala Self at Parasol Unit, London

Tschabalala Self is having a solo exhibition at Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art in London. Curated by Ziba Ardalan, this first solo exhibition of Tschabalala Self in the United Kingdom brings together works drawn from the first five years … More

Philippe Parreno at Serralves Musuem of Contemporary Art, Porto

Philippe Parreno at Serralves Musuem of Contemporary Art, Porto

Philippe Parreno presents his first exhibition in Portugal, A Time Coloured Space, at the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art. Curated by the director of the museum, Suzanne Cotter, the exhibition will span thirteen rooms, across two floors, occupying the museum’s … More

Ken Okiishi at Light Industry, New York

Ken Okiishi at Light Industry, New York

Ken Okiishi took part in ‘Projective Life: Lucy Ives + Ken Okiishi’ at Light Industry. Ken Okiishi presented his 1999 video Death and the College Student alongside Lucy Ives’ recent collection of dreams, aphorisms, games, and lists, The Hermit (The … More

Lucy Raven at ICA Boston

Lucy Raven at ICA Boston

‘The Artist’s Museum’ The desire to collect objects and images of personal significance, and to make connections between them, is a nearly universal human experience. For centuries, artists have collected artworks, along with diverse cultural artifacts and natural materials, as … More

Keren Cytter at Portikus, Frankfurt

Keren Cytter at Portikus, Frankfurt

Keren Cytter is a part of ‘House of Commons’ at Portikus. The exhibition changes constantly throughout its duration seeing itself less as a static group exhibition than as a dynamic project. Works by younger and internationally established artists will be … More

Rachel Rose at Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria

Rachel Rose at Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria

Rachel Rose will be featured in the 2017 programme of Kunsthaus Bregenz alongside Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas, and architect Peter Zumthor. Rachel Rose, born in 1986, will be the youngest artist to have made an extensive presentation of their … More

Leigh Ledare and Tala Madani—Whitney Biennial 2017

Leigh Ledare and Tala Madani—Whitney Biennial 2017

The formation of self and the individual’s place in a turbulent society are among the key themes reflected in the work of the artists selected for the 2017 Whitney Biennial. The exhibition includes sixty-three participants, ranging from emerging to well-established … More

Pilar Corrias at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

Pilar Corrias at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

We are excited to announce Pilar Corrias Gallery will be participating in Art Basel | Miami Beach 2016. The gallery will present works by artists: Ulla von Brandenburg Gerasimos Floratos Tala Madani Ken Okiishi Philippe Parreno Mary Ramsden Tschabalala Self Shahzia … More

Charles Avery at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Charles Avery at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale

To draw from mythical accounts of the land of seven rivers, set amidst seven seas, anchored by a mountain at its navel. The river breathes life into the land as they are fed by countless tributaries rivers which change course, … More

Mary Ramsden “(In / It)” at The Aspen Art Museum, Aspen

Mary Ramsden "(In / It)" at The Aspen Art Museum, Aspen

For her first solo museum exhibition, British artist Mary Ramsden presents a new series of paintings grouped together in response to the architecture of the AAM’s Gallery 6. Expanding on her interest in prose, social media, and our daily interface … More

Ulla von Brandenburg at Pèrez Art Museum Miami

Ulla von Brandenburg at Pèrez Art Museum Miami

At PAMM, the artist will produce a large-scale installation at the museum’s double height project gallery. Project Gallery: Ulla von Brandenburg is curated by María Elena Ortiz, Assistant Curator, at PAMM. Project gallery: Ulla von Brandenburg Pèrez Art Museum Miami Nov. 4, … More

Leigh Ledare screening at the Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art, New York

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Leigh Ledare’s The Here and the Now (Zurich 1:1) In conjunction with Against the Romance of Community, please join us for a screening of Leigh Ledare’s The Here and the Now (Zurich 1:1). Ledare will introduce the work, as well as answer questions immediately following. In the second half of the twentieth … More

Alice Theobald “The Next Step” at Two Queens, Leicester

Alice Theobald "The Next Step" at Two Queens, Leicester

Taking its title from a new 3D film work produced for this exhibition, The Next Step centres around a seemingly aimless sprawling conversation about relationships, aspirations and life decisions as a baby and a dog advance towards the audience. Through this conversation, a combination of language play, moving image … More

Philippe Parreno at Frieze Masters Talks

Philippe Parreno in conversation with Nancy Spector. Frieze Masters Talks are free for visitors to attend. Seats can be reserved from 11am on the day of each talk. 6 Oct 2016 12:00pm – 1:30pm Frieze Masters Talks 2016 Regents Park, … More

Keren Cytter at Frieze Reading Room 2016

Keren Cytter at Frieze Reading Room 2016

Known for her filmic artworks that pick apart genre conventions and other cinematic tropes with sly, dry wit, Keren Cytter continually tests the boundaries of her chosen medium. Now, the New York-based artist is once again venturing into new terrain … More

Koo Jeong A at Korean Cultural Centre in London

Koo Jeong A at Korean Cultural Centre in London

Koo Jeong A: Riptide The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is pleased to announce Riptide, a new exhibition from their 2016 ‘Artist of the Year’, Koo Jeong A. Running from 7 October – 19 November 2016, the artist presents 20 … More