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Lawrence Abu Hamdan @Spike Island

Discover Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s latest exhibition of 45th Parallel at Spike Island in Bristol. In 45th Parallel, Lawrence Abu Hamdan investigates the history and mythology of the Haskell Free Library and Opera House, a unique municipal site that straddles the border between Canada and the United States. Set in this geographical and political grey-zone, acclaimed filmmaker […]

Voluspa Jarpa @Fondazione Merz

Discover Voluspa Jarpa’s installation False Flag at the exhibition ISOLITUDINE curated by Beatrice Merz at Fondazione Merz. The exhibition is part of a cycle of work in which the artist sought to understand the way in which foreign agencies and governments have operated outside the law, time and again, in Latin America and Europe. False […]

mor charpentier @Frieze London

We are pleased to announce our participation in Frieze London 2022 opening on October 12. For this year’s edition, our presentation is organized around two thematic axes. The first one tackles the historical relations between the West and the global South, focusing on the consequences of colonialism, the migratory crises that affect the planet, the exploitation of […]

New Exhibition: The Ship of these-us @mor charpentier Paris

We are pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition, Chen Ching-Yuan’s solo show The Ship of these-us. His paintings highlight the tension between the group and the individual in China, tension that is even stronger in Taiwan in its own context. The Taiwanese artistic scene has been actively responding to these preoccupations, and Chen Ching-Yuan is […]

Daniel Otero Torres @Jameel Arts Centre

Discover Daniel Otero Torres’ installation Lluvia at the latest Jameel Arts Centre exhibition An Ocean In Every Drop, which explores the globally urgent theme of water, delving into the vast and ancient ways in which water shapes human development, produces history, culture, language and social relations.⁠ Lluvia is an ephemeral site-specific installation comes from the […]

Carlos Motta @Wexner Center for the Arts

Carlos Motta: Your Monsters, Our Idols, the artist’s largest presentation of work in the United States, opens today at the Wexner Center for the Arts. The exhibition celebrates Carlos Motta commitment to radical difference through his work regarding critical issues of the LGBTQIA+ and ethnic minority communities. The exhibition brings together a selection of photographs, […]

Daniel Otero Torres @Biennale de Lyon

The Biennale de Lyon Manifiesto of fragility has opened, and this year we are proud to announce that Daniel Otero Torres is presenting one of his latest and most relevant works: an installation which opens onto a reproduction of the Monumento Los Héroes, a freedom fighter memorial and space for resistance and expression in Bogotá, […]

New Exhibition: Cuerpos en Gravedad @mor charpentier Bogotá

We are pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition in Bogotá, Carlos Motta and Daniel Correa Mejía’s duo show: Cuerpos en gravedad. mor charpentier Bogotá’s third exhibition questions the innocent gaze on the body, looking at preconceived ideas about the contemporary male experience. Both Colombian artists return to the country through a show which seeks to […]

Saâdane Afif @Bergen Assembly

This year’s Bergen Assembly Yasmine and the Seven Faces of the Heptahedron opens today. This year’s edition was convened by Saâdane Afif and curated by Yasmine d’O. The Bergen Assembly is a perennial model for art production structured around public events that take place in the city of Bergen every three years. This year’s edition […]

Teresa Margolles @Bienal de Arte Lanzarote

Discover Teresa Margolles’ Pesquisas at the IX Bienal de Arte Lanzarote exhibition Bienes Ocultos, which reflects upon the relationship between art and politics. For Pesquisas the artist photographed the “missing women” signs pasted all over the streets of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. She then printed large blow ups, emphasizing their material decay. The signs, consisting of […]

New Exhibition: L’art de la joie @mor charpentier

Liliana Porter‘s solo show L’art de la joie is now open at mor charpentier Paris The exhibition unfolds works separated by more than five decades of artistic trajectory which can be explored by, on one hand, the notions of the manipulation of the concept of time, and on the other, the assumption of a political […]

Nohemí Pérez @Portland Art Museum

Discover Nohemí Pérez’s work at the latest Portland Art Museum exhibition TRACES, which reflects on the concepts of memory in contemporary art. The exhibition is interested in depicting detailed stories regarding historical circumstances, evocating traces of people, events, or places, as remembrances of real experiences or imagined ones. In the show, Pérez is presenting some […]

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