In the Fields of Empty Days: The Intersection of Past and Present in Iranian Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA, 6 May–9 September 2018), explores 'the continuous and inescapable presence of the past in Iranian society.' Curated by Linda Komaroff, curator of Islamic art and head of LACMA's Art of the Middle East department, the...
Laure Prouvost's most recent exhibition in New York at Lisson Gallery (9 March–14 April 2018) was a gesamtkunstwerk of sorts. The show spread through the entire 10th Avenue gallery space and included two years of artistic production: installation, sculpture, painting, textile, sound and moving image. Uncle's Travel Agency Franchise, Deep Travel...
On my last evening in Dakar, I made my way to Yarakh, a neighbourhood on the eastern side of the Senegalese capital, where I was guided down a narrow sandy path toward a beach where a group of actors, artists, and locals were taking part in or attending the performance Xeex Bi Du Jeex (a luta continua). The play was written collaboratively in 2018...
Ocula CityBrusselsWithout a central art district, Brussels plays host to a range of independent and alternative art spaces, and some outstanding galleries. The discordant politics of the city has cultivated an anti-authoritarian sense of artistic freedom drawing a fresh wave of migrant artists to the city in recent years. Brussels' low-key anarchism and strong vision stands in contrast to the classic centres of Paris and London, placing counter-culture and conceptual art pratices to the fore. Nevertheless Brussels is home to a number of world class institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Wiels Center for Contemporary Art and The Center for Contemporary Art. The Art Brussels contemporary art fair is held in April each year.
The Wiels Center for Contemporary Art.
Ocula ReportGolden Jubilee: the 50th Art BrusselsBy DENIS MAKSIMOV | April 2018With 147 participating galleries from 32 countries and some 800 artists represented on the fair floor, over 30 percent of whom were below the age of 40, the fiftieth edition of Art Brussels was in youthful spirits, despite being the second oldest art fair in the world after Art Cologne.Read More
Iván Navarro, Sediments (2017). Neon, cherry wood box, mirror, one-way mirror, electric energy. 129.5 x 191.8 x 29.2 cm. Courtesy Galerie Templon, Paris/Brussels.
Currently ShowingMatthieu RonsseA vine wound around the vaulted grotto ( B S ° )24 May–28 July 2018ALMINE RECH GALLERY Brussels, BelgiumView Exhibition
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