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Guadalupe Maravilla @Liverpool Biennial

Guadalupe Maravilla’s sculptures from his ‘Disease Thrower’ series are being presented at this year’s Liverpool Biennial uMoya: The Sacred Return of Lost Things. These structures are autobiographical constructions which are at once sculptures, shrines, wearable headdresses, and healing instruments, reflecting on the artist’s own experiences as an undocumented migrant and cancer survivor. The works consider ancient […]

Rosângela Rennó and Bouchra Khalili @Arles

We are pleased to announce that Rosângela Rennó has received the Women in Motion Award given by Kering for her photographic exploration. In the frame of Rencontres d’Arles Festival, Rennó will also present a monographic exhibition of her work. On the other hand, Luma Arles is presenting the solo exhibition Bouchra Khalili: The Circle & The Tempest Society, […]

Daniel Otero Torres @Centrul de Interes

Discover Daniel Otero Torres’ work at the latest Centrul de Interes exhibition DIASPORIC. The show, curated by Ami Barak, proposes an exploration of the power and diversity of approaches to the effects of dispersion, scattering, borders, origin and return. The works study concepts such as insider and outsider, that correspond to realities and lived experiences that […]

Guadalupe Maravilla @Bienal de São Paulo

We are pleased to announce that Guadalupe Maravilla is one of the participating artists of the 35th Bienal de São Paulo Choreographies of the Impossible. The Biennial has been stated as a mutual project around multiple possibilities to choreograph the impossible, as the title already suggests. The proposal is an invitation to radical imaginations about […]

Uriel Orlow @Radius CCA

Discover Uriel Orlow’s installation Soil Affinities at the latest Radius CCA exhibition The Glass City. This work explores the connections of colonial history and the movement of plants for agriculture, from Aubervilliers, a northern suburb of Paris, to formerly French West Africa. It takes its starting point in Aubervillier’s 19th century market gardening past which ended […]

Guadalupe Maravilla @Liverpool Biennial

Discover Guadalupe Maravilla’s ‘Disease Thrower’ series at this year’s uMoya: The Sacred Return of Lost Things. These structures are autobiographical constructions which are at once sculptures, shrines, wearable headdresses, and healing instruments, reflecting on the artist’s own experiences as an undocumented migrant and cancer survivor. Elements of the work are crafted from objects collected during Maravilla’s […]

Théo Mercier @Villa Medici

Théo Mercier’s solo exhibition BAD TIMING is now open at Villa Medici! From a rain of cars crashed in the air on the Piazzale of Villa Medici to a series of sculptures of chairs modeled in bronze melting in the sun, the artist creates a surprising cohabitation between the remains of the past and those […]

Chen Ching-Yuan @The 2023 Taipei Biennial

We are pleased to announce that Chen Ching-Yuan will be participating in the 2023 Taipei Biennial Small World! The title “Small World” suggests both a promise and a threat: a promise of greater control over one’s own life, and a threat of isolation from a larger community following a global pandemic. This “Small World” takes […]

Théo Mercier won the Jury Prize @The Prague Quadrennial

We are pleased to announce that Théo Mercier’s site-specific installation GUT CITY PUNCH has won the Jury Prize at the Prague Quadrennial The project formulates a radical production model based on the borrowing of materials in short circuit, somewhere in tension between a maximalist visual impact and a minimalist ecological impact. It offers the spectacle […]

Uriel Orlow winner of the 2023 Prix Meret Oppenheim

We want to congratulate Uriel Orlow for receiving the 2023 Swiss Grand Award for Art/Prix Meret Oppenheim to outstanding artists, architects, curators, researchers and critics. The prize highlights Orlow’s research-based, process-oriented projects which often dialogue with other disciplines and unfold over extensive periods of time. The Prix Meret Oppenheim is awarded on the recommendation of […]

mor charpentier @Art Basel Basel

Art Basel Basel is now open! Our project this year focuses on the perpetual motion of natural elements as a constant plurality in the human experience. Our booth aims to highlight how different artists place matter —not only the four “primordial” elements but others with equal symbolic charge, such as wood, coal or sound— at […]

Rossella Biscotti @Gropius Bau

Discover Rossella Biscotti’s Buru Works at the latest Gropius Bau exhibition Indigo Waves and Other Stories. Inspired by The Buru Quartet (1980-1988), a literary series by Pramoedya Ananta Toer that recounts stories of oppression and dissent set in South-East Asia which explore how nationhood has been narrated through the bodies of women, Biscotti produced a […]

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