Photography

Ricardo Carioba: “Non Linear Spatial Normalizations”

FuturDome is introducing, for the first time in Europe, the oeuvre and the artistic course of Ricardo Carioba. In his first monographic exhibition "Non Linear Spatial Normalizations", the context becomes the work, not to extend the art space or to pierce the city through, but to find a time and place with the arriving people, where meaning could begin.... READ MORE...

“Transcorporealities”: part of “HERE AND NOW” at Museum Ludwig

The exhibition "Transcorporealities" takes as its starting point the concept of the permeability of bodies. This idea of “transcorporeality” can also be applied to the museum: in continuous metabolic processes, various social, biological, technological, economic and political systems intersect. Against this backdrop, the exhibition activates an area in the museum that is freely accessible and opens toward the urban space with its transparent façades and glass doors on two sides: the foyer.... READ MORE...

More-than-humans

Curated by Stefanie Hessler, "More-than-humans" brings together outstanding works by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Tomás Saraceno from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) collection: they consider that which cannot be explained by the rational anthropoid mind.... READ MORE...

Uriel Orlow and Jumana Manna

Tabakalera is pleased to present its two summer shows dedicated to two artists who are showing their work individually in Spain for the first time: Uriel Orlow and Jumana Manna. These projects embrace a vision of the moving image in contemporary art considering the audiovisual as a means of artistic and cinematographic expression.... READ MORE...

Cao Fei: HX

The Centre Pompidou is delighted to announce HX, a solo exhibition by Chinese artist Cao Fei. This presentation marks the international debut of Cao Fei’s long term research project Hong Xia, and will also be the first ever solo exhibition of any Chinese artist at the Centre Pompidou, an important achievement for both the artist and the institution which is about to launch its Shanghai flagship in November this year.... READ MORE...

Migrating Textile: the senses in jeopardy

"Migrating Textile" is the second major interdisciplinary and international exhibition initiated by the Save the Loom foundation. It shows how the fabrics of people gather new meaning on account of their environment and how important the influence of their migration is on their artistic practice.... READ MORE...

Surrogate. An Ideal Love

The show "Surrogati. Un amore ideale", curated by Melissa Harris, from February 21 to July 22, 2019 in the Osservatorio Fondazione Prada in Milan, creates a direct dialogue between the photographic works of two artists, Jamie Diamond and Elena Dorfman. Both artists highlight the emotional ties between human beings and surrogates, dolls, substitutes.... READ MORE...

An Opera for Animals

The exhibition An Opera for Animals, at Para Site, Hong Kong, looks at different acts of staging that have been crucial to our imagination of modernity.... READ MORE...

Deadly Affairs

Deadly Affairs addresses environmental injustice by bringing into view the excessive and expanding modes of extraction and production and by encouraging a more profound understanding of the economic disparities.... READ MORE...

snap+share: transmitting photographs from mail art to social networks

Technology has escalated—and accelerated—the creation, distribution and consumption of photographic imagery, and as a result, millions of images are now sent across the Internet each day. On view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) snap+share: transmitting photographs from mail art to social networks will explore the outward gesture of sharing pictures, instead of the more traditional, inward act of taking photographs, throughout the history of the medium.... READ MORE...

“The Humans”: a group exhibition on our relationship with the media

At a time when news channels are multiplying, but are increasingly losing their influential position, artists are taking on the role of contemporary witnesses in a constantly changing media process. The Humans explores how they immerse themselves in realities that are inaccessible to traditional media sheding light on questions about how we deal with people on the margins of society and our attitude toward global migrations.... READ MORE...

The punctum as glitch in contemporary art: the art of Rosa Menkman

In our ever increasing technological world, glitches and crashes that are a result of error have become a part of our culture. It is an event that can provide a sense of curiosity; similar to the Roland Barthes idea of the punctum. In this article Claire Burke will look at how this idea can be applied today within contemporary culture and in the work by artist Rosa Menkman... READ MORE...

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