For his solo show at Kunsthalle Mainz the artist has developed a route through the exhibition that takes visitors room by room from the origins of colonialism via the anti-apartheid movement through to contemporary concerns. Plants are both the narrators and protagonists here, anchoring all the events in the present day.
Leave No Stone Unturned [Remuer la terre] is a collective exhibition, curated by Clelia Coussonnet, that highlights the links between plants and politics in Morocco and other countries of the global South, while rejecting the idea that nature is ornamental and neutral.
This coming Friday may 24 Uriel Orlow will be having a conversation among Pierre Sintès and Boris Pétric at Mucem in Marseille.
Uriel Orlow will be presenting his works in the recent Digital Dramatizations: Ecologies from the Future amongst other artists and investigators
This Sunday Uriel Orlow will present a lecture performance Grey, Green, Gold (and Red), followed by the presentation and launch of two recent publications Affinités des sols | Soil Affinities and Theatrum Botanicum at Utopiana, in Genève
Uriel Orlow will present his film Theatrum Botanicum at Centre Culturel Suisse in Paris this Saturday March 9,2019
Uriel Orlow will present a lecture performance Grey, Green, Gold (and Red), followed by the presentation and launch of two recent publications Affinités des sols | Soil Affinities and Theatrum Botanicum.
Uriel Orlow will be on view as part of the group show Medium(s). Opening today February 7, until March 28, 2019.
“Choreography of the frame” will feature the works of Uriel Orlow and Marwa Arsanios. The exhibition will be held at Vienna’s Kunsthalle Exnergasse until December 15, 2018.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Saâdane Afif, Alexander Apóstol, Edgardo Aragón, Chen Ching-Yuan, Voluspa Jarpa, Teresa Margolles, Enzo Mianes, Carlos Motta, Daniel Otero Torres, Uriel Orlow, Rosângela Rennó.