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In her first solo exhibition in Belgium, the French artist Isabelle Cornaro is presenting new installations tailor-made to the spaces at M – Museum Leuven.
"Tonight No Poetry Will Serve", at Kiasma, is an exhibition dedicated to the work of one of the most uncompromising, compelling, and innovative artists working today.
"Nothing Gained with Dice", the second exhibition by Croatian artist Mladen Stilinović at e-flux, offers broader insight into the variety of media and themes that characterize his work.
News / Ray Anastas
An artist collective installed a massive portrait facing up in the heavily bombed Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa region of Pakistan, where drone attacks regularly occur.
The 19° Art Biennale of Sydney “You Imagine What You Desire”, curated by Juliana Engberg, that has been coloured by some of the invited artists’ protests, has come up with a global event along the lines of previous ones.
Reviews / Andrea Angeli
“Mika Rottenberg: Bowls Balls Souls Holes” at the Rose Art Museum provides a comprehensive account of the artist’s conceptual interests and material sensibilities to date.
The PAC Museum, in Milan, opens the new season 2014 with the exhibition and a new performance by Regina José Galindo, Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale.
From 8th to 12th April 2014, Sadie Coles HQ presents new furniture designs by the British artist Sarah Lucas, on display at the Fuorisalone.
News / la redazione di Domus
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art presents a solo exhibition by Shezad Dawood, with a group of light sculptures, an installation of large scale paintings on textile, and two films.
At Chisenhale Gallery in London Camille Henrot shows The pale fox, a three-dimensional counterpart to the video Grosse Fatigue with which she won the Silver Lion at the last Venice Biennial.
Art / Luisa Lorenza Corna
Istituto Svizzero di Roma presents “Touch of Joy. Exercises in Imagination”, a workshop by Peter Friedl for Studio Roma – Transdisciplinary Program on the Contemporary.
The MMK in Frankfurt is transforming into Dante Alighieri’s masterpiece with “The Divine Comedy”: Heaven, Hell, Purgatory revisited by contemporary African artists.