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2016.01.28 Thu, by

Yun Hyong-Keun – Passage of Time

Axel Vervoordt Gallery Antwerp is pleased to present its solo exhibition of Yun Hyong-Keun (Miwon, 1928 – Seoul, 2007), who was a member of the Korean art movement Dansaekhwa. >> Read more
2016.01.23 Sat, by

Frieze New York Returns to Manhattan, Marking Frieze’s 25th Anniversary Year

The fifth edition of Frieze New York returns to Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan from May 5–8, 2016. >> Read more
2015.11.09 Mon, by

GENIEVE FIGGIS All the Light We Cannot See

Almine Rech Gallery is pleased to announce Genieve Figgis's first solo exhibition at the gallery from November 21st to December 19th, 2015. The exhibition will be comprised of a selection of new paintings. >> Read more
2015.10.02 Fri, by

Dominique Stroobant

15.10.2015 – 28.11.2015 Opening and book launch October 15th, 6-9pm Finding the source: Dominique Stroobant and the joy of beginnings   In the beginning there was kneading. The Word didn’t come until later. (1)   - Dominique Stroobant, Carrara, 2011   How can the work of an artist be transformed into words? How can decades […] >> Read more
2015.09.23 Wed, by

Genieve Figgis
November 21 – December 19, 2015 / London

Almine Rech Gallery is pleased to announce Genieve Figgis's first solo exhibition at the gallery from November 21st to December 19th, 2015. The exhibition will be comprised of a selection of new paintings. >> Read more
2015.09.17 Thu, by

Nam June Paik: The Late Style (1996–2006)

Randian is pleased to share an essay by leading Nam June Paik scholar, John G. Hanhardt, commissioned by Gagosian Gallery for the exhibition catalogue. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.05.28 Thu, by

Yang Fudong
“The Coloured Sky: New Women II”

The subject of “Coloured Sky” is a young girl of indeterminate age, who we never see. She is imagining what it is like to be an adult woman, a glamorized “film” version of her future. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.05.12 Tue, by

The Beautiful One Has Come

Steyerl's work is so cogent because, as a provocateur, she is able to coherently foreground the mechanisms of art that have long been buried and ignored. As Steyerl herself says: Too Much World. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.04.26 Sun, by

Of Signs and Symbols

When I started drawing ordinary objects, I thought they were pretty stable in the world. I assumed that they would not change over time. Things should look like what they do and one should be able to understand the function of an object by its appearance... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.12.15 Mon, by

Anselm Reyle: Prove Our Love

Leading Australian conceptual artist Scott Redford muses on the place of Anselm Reyle in current postmodern discourse. Reyle, born 1970, retired this year despite being one of the most prominent German artists. >> Read more

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