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Property Guardian
 

Property Guardian

Alex Frost’s exhibition at Flat Time House – the result of his residency in the London space – has very little to do with the traditional notion of home and looks unwelcoming, as a result of the alteration’s process of the “domestic” objects chosen by the artist.

 

Reviews / Luisa Lorenza Corna

Sculpture in the City
 

Sculpture in the City

Sculpture in the City’s fifth edition features works from renowned artists including Damien Hirst, Sigalit Landau, and Bruce Beasley, placed in and around the Square Mile, London.

 

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OHT: Albers on stage

It’s on stage at Drodesera’s festival Squares do not (normally) appear in nature, a piece on Josef Albers’ idea of perception with no actors at all.

 

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Pulled by the roots
 

Pulled by the roots

Erlich’s installation in Karlsruhe’s touches on contemporary major themes: the earth beneath us, the visual complexity of urbanization and the interaction of history and modernity.

 

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The Flat Field Works
 

The Flat Field Works

The Antwerp Middelheim Museum hosts the American artist Andrea Zittel’s first solo exhibition in Belgium, with a site specific installation in the Hortiflora area.

 

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Eppur si muove

In the exhibition at Mudam Luxembourg the evolution of the relationship between art and technology follows a thematic, experiential and methodological rather than chronological order.

 

Reviews / Giusy Checola

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E.A.T.
 

E.A.T.

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg presents a comprehensive survey of the projects of the evolving association of artists and technologists E.A.T. – Experiments in Art and Technology.

 

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Indeterminate Landscapes
 

Indeterminate Landscapes

On view at Del Inifnito Gallery in Buenos Aires, Matilde Marin’s last work Paisajes Indeterminados shows the nature with few geographical references, breaking the horizon.

 

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Concrete Memory

Sara Moiola tells the story of Alberto Burri’s work in Gibellina Vecchia, an open-air cathedral caught in an infinity yard, with the spontaneous vegetation as the only spectator.

 

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Michael Smith
 

Michael Smith

In Michael Smith’s exhibition, at Greene Naftali in New York, “Excuse me!?!...I’m looking for the Fountain of Youth” his two personas, Mike and Baby Ikki, continue to highligh the deepest, tragicomic contradictions, of the American mass culture.

 

Reviews / Martina Angelotti

Shani Ha: EmpathiCity
 

Shani Ha: EmpathiCity

Shani Ha intervenes on different cities to make them more empathic through a sculptural layer of softness between the toughness of the city and her exposed citizens.

 

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Run like hell

Rirkrit Tiravanija’s new work, at Galerie Chantal Crousel in Paris, seems an ironical attempt to construct a mausoleum for the now defunct punk aesthetic.

 

Reviews / Ivo Bonacorsi