mor charpentier @Art Basel Hong Kong

Art Basel Hong Kong, is now on view! Our proposal circles back to the theme of memory, particularly understood as a trace, or an impression that transforms our perception of reality. While some of the works mix personal elements with global storylines, others explore ways of expressing remembrance, oblivion and traces of reparation. Visit us […]

Nohemí Pérez @Artpace San Antonio

Nohemí Pérez’s project, Tierra de nadie, result of her 2023 Spring residency program at Artpace San Antonio is now on view. Her installation of charcoal drawings with embroidery and watercolors is the result of her on-site research on the US-Mexico border. In her time in Texas, Pérez got to explore the border as a “non-site” […]

Carlos Motta @MAMBO

Carlos Motta’s retrospective exhibition Stigmata is now open at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá. This show explores the artist’s concern to document the social conditions and political disputes of sexual, ethnic and gender minorities, challenging normative discourses through installations, drawings, videos, photographs, sculptures, performances and collaborative projects that comprise almost three decades of […]

Alexander Apóstol and Lawrence Abu Hamdan @ICA

Discover Alexander Apóstol’s and Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s work at the ICA Institute for Contemporary Art latest exhibition So it appears. The exhibition shows how abstraction can be a visual strategy, a way of revealing the aesthetic or political challenges of what is difficult or impossible to present. Alexander Apóstol is presenting Partidos políticos que han […]

New Exhibition: Bittersweet Symphony @mor charpentier Paris

Bittersweet Symphony is now open! The show invites us to consider the effects of humans on ecosystems while at the same time fantasizing about their absence as an ultimate symptom of a catastrophe in the making —perhaps also as a “solution” to the problem through the work of 5 different artists.From Fabien Conti‘s monumental series of […]

Uriel Orlow @PhotoKTM5

Discover Uriel Orlow’s installation What Plants Were Called Before They Had a Name at this year’s PhotoKTM in Kathmandu. In What Plants Were Called Before They Had a Name Orlow connects ethnobotanical resources with encounters with indigenous spiritual guides of the Guatemalan Altiplano and elsewhere as a way of recovering memory and linguistic presence. Coming […]

Carlos Motta @MoMa

The Museum of Modern Art of New York exhibition Signal. How Video Transformed the Word has now opened, among which Carlos Motta’s installation We Who Feel Differently is being presented. The exhibition highlights over 70 media works, drawn primarily from MoMA’s collection, with many never before seen at the Museum. It reveals the ways in […]

Marwa Arsanios @Heidelberger Kunstverein

Marwa Arsanios’ solo exhibition at Heidelberger Kunstverein Matter of Alliances is now open. In words of curators Søren Grammel and Mehveş Ungan, “Arsanios marks a new aesthetic perspective within the discourse shaped by Gayatri Spivak, co-founder of postcolonial theory, in her 1988 essay Can the Subaltern Speak?. At the same time, the artist expands the […]

mor charpentier @ARCO Madrid

ARCO 2023, is now on view! Visit us in booth 9C04 to explore our proposal regarding reparation and time. On the one hand, a series of works delve into the overflow of the borders and limits of human communities, focusing on reparation and reconciliation as liberating forces with enormous transformative power. This is shown in […]

Bouchra Khalili’s solo exhibition @MACBA

Bouchra Khalili’s solo exhibition Between Circles and Constellations has opened at the MACBA. The show brings together projects from the last ten years of Khalili’s oeuvre, including film, video-installations, photography and documentary material of her exploration of anti-colonial struggles, post-colonial histories of liberation and solidarity which she interweaves historical accounts and real-life stories. The exhibition’s […]

Hajra Waheed @Sharjah Biennial 15

Discover Hajra Waheed‘s multichannel sound installation Hum II being presented at the the 15th Sharjah Biennial: Thinking Historically in the Present. Housed within a uniquely built conical sound chamber and composed entirely of voice, Hum II explores humming and other vocal practices as a means to consider radical forms of collective and sonic agency. The […]

Bouchra Khalili @Sharjah Biennial 15

Discover Bouchra Khalili’s mixed media installation The Circle at the 15th Sharjah Biennial: Thinking Historically in the Present. The installation, co-commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation, Luma Foundation, and MACBA (Barcelona) shows Mia and Lucas, two young French of Tunisian and Algerian descent, investigating the birth of Al Assifa, an agit-prop theatre group formed in Paris […]

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