A HISTORY OF MY PLEASURE

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alt blog — Carmen Winant
“This is a show about that lateral, first person perspective; it is about the making flat of something fleshy and the making subject of sight through touch.” – Carmen Winant

14a, Hamburg. 17.10.2019 > 05.12.2019.


A SOLO EXHIBITION

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Over the past two decades, Alejandro Cesarco has been making art, publishing books, and curating exhibitions. His expanded practice centers on a close consideration of affect, or as Cesarco states it, “the way meaning is felt.” With a deep interest in conceptualism’s linguistic turn, he has investigated the meanings of measured expression, the emotional cadence of feelings (however sincere, contradictory, or uncomfortable these may be), and the common and varied languages that emerge from emotional ties and genealogies.

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam. 08.09.2019 > 05.01.2020.


IN THE HANDS OF PUPPETS

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Sarah & Charles are inspired by the invisible structures that shape our world. Their research results in installations, sculptures, soundscapes, performances and videos. For the exhibition in Be-Part they have started up a new, long-term trajectory, in which they use interviews to research the boundary between reality and fiction in psychology and respond to our relation to the contemporary, virtual world.

Be Part, Waregem. 01.09.2019 > 01.12.2019.


THE CROWD MAN

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Marcin Dudek’s exhibition The Crowd Man combines an autobiographical narrative with a statement about crowd psychology, aggression and violence. These two elements remain crucial for the artist’s questions about how violence and aggression affect the relationships between people and what mechanisms trigger them.

MWW, Wrocław, Poland. 31.05.2019 > 26.08.2019.


INCOMPLETE COMPOSITIONS

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altblog — Burçak Bingöl
Taking this dialogue as a departure point, Burçak Bingöl carries various fragments from Istanbul to Berlin and makes a visual experiment by superposing times and spaces.

Zilberman Gallery, Berlin. 24.04.2019 > 27.07.2019.


LANDSCAPES

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Organized in collaboration with the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the exhibition I carry my landscapes around with me—which span four decades of Mitchell’s career—will allow for a unique opportunity to explore the range of scale and formal experimentation of this innovative facet of her oeuvre.

David Zwirner, New York. 03.05.2019 > 12.07.2019.


BODY IN PIECES

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The artists of Body in Pieces dedicate themselves to the human body as a focal point at which pressing queries coincide, concerning the technological and social conditions of human existence, for instance.  With: Monica Bonvicini, Leda Bourgogne, Mariechen Danz, Nadira Husain, Jens Pecho, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Ryan Trecartin.

KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf. 22.02.2019 > 12.05.2019.


HETEROTOPIA

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altblog — Lara Verheijden and Mark Stadman
The artworks presented all exemplify the idea of the artist creating their own imaginative spaces through their artworks as video works, sculptures, and installations. Artists: Andreas Kassapis, Atelier Van Lieshout, Aukje Dekker, Desiree Dolron, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Lara Verheijden, Peter Schuyff, Shezad Dawood, Thomas van Linge and Wayne Horse. In collaboration with Amsterdam based gallery HE.RO.

De School, Amsterdam. 24.01.2019 > 24.02.2019.


BETWEEN STATES

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Creating interactions between substances that are not normally found together, Alisa Baremboym assimilates one material into another, amplifying the object’s porosity as a human membrane separating us from the outside world.

Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin. 23.11.2018 – 26.01.2019.


LIVE DEAD WORLD

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altblog – Gabriele Beveridge
Gabriele Beveridge’s materials frequently derive from sites of commerce, particularly those where we prepare and process our bodies, or more accurately where we pay others to perform labour on our surfaces. Display and presentation are persistent themes throughout the practice. Beveridge includes found photographic imagery, cropped posters and promotional material found in hair and nail salons, alongside photograms which are a new addition to the artist’s lexicon.

Seventeen, London. 03.11.2018 > 15.12.2018.