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A Story of Negotiation
 

A Story of Negotiation

Francis Alÿs’ exhibition at Museo Tamayo stems from a dialogue between painting and action in his recent works presenting three projects made in the last decade.

 

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Ed Ruscha on paper
 

Ed Ruscha on paper

At Gagosian Gallery in Paris this combined exhibition of period publications and more recent material along with an update of the splendid “Books & Co”, organised by Bob Monk in 2013, highlights Ed Ruscha’s consistent ability to renew his art.

 

Reviews / Ivo Bonacorsi

Carré Octogone Cercle

The solo exhibition dedicated to the Ellie Ga by Le Grand Café art centre, Saint Nazaire, shows how her work liberates the circulation of meaning with a beautiful simplicity.

 

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Los Carpinteros
 

Los Carpinteros

At Parasol unit in London, the exhibition devoted to the Cuban art collective Los Carpinteros explores and interrogate the functionality of architecture, design and the everyday object.

 

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From her wooden sleep…
 

From her wooden sleep…

In “From her wooden sleep…” – on view at ICA Theatre, London – Ydessa Hendeles draws together disparate elements to compose a tightly choreographed tableau vivant.

 

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Informal Pathways

The group SMU – research and the French writer Philippe Vasset will present at MAXXI “Informal Pathways”, a project whose protagonist is the outskirts of Rome.

 

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The last genuine photographer
 

The last genuine photographer

At the occasion of the exhibition at the Fondazione Fotografia di Modena, Hiroshi Sugimoto tells Domus his role of artist-scientist, driven by an inexhaustible desire to experiment, “happy to have worked at the end of what we can call the true photographic era”.

 

Art / Beatrice Zamponi

Second Body
 

Second Body

The major exhibition of Antony Gormley’s sculptures at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is a continuation of his conception of the exhibition as a physical and psychological test site.

 

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The geologic imagination

The last edition of “Sonic Acts” focused on the Anthropocene: that period in the life of our planet featuring an illustrious parasite – humankind – and its impact on what is a global scale.

 

Reviews / Nicola Bozzi

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Kelley Walker
 

Kelley Walker

On view at the Paula Cooper Gallery Kelley Walker’s large canvases of powdery silkscreened bricks, lined and separated with fragments of pages from Domus magazine.

 

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Fluxus and life’s Sundays
 

Fluxus and life’s Sundays

At the occasion of the exhibition “Fluxbooks”, textile manufacturer and collector of Fluxus works Luigi Bonotto tells Domus how he entertained an unlikely household of Fluxus artists, along paths of unbridled artistic experimentation.

 

Interviews / Ilaria Bombelli

Carnival in the Caribbean

The CAC in New Orleans hosts an exhibition devoted to the influence that Carnival and related traditions have had on contemporary performance discourse and practice.

 

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