Maria Chiara Valacchi

Vlatka Horvat

Renata Fabbri Arte Contemporanea

December 2017

For her first exhibition in Italy, Croatian artist Vlatka Horvat has installed eleven works across the gallery’s two floors. “Surroundings” pays homage to the horizon, as both a spatial boundary and a goal to which one can aspire, ideologically… READ ON

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Nick Mauss

Campoli Presti | Paris

November 2017

Nick Mauss’s third exhibition with this gallery, arranged throughout both of its Rue de Braque locations, features works that deal with reflection, both literally and metaphorically. In the shadowy arena of Campoli Presti’s ground-floor space… READ ON

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Hiroshi Sugimoto

Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

August 2017

In the deliberately dim light and cozy ambience of two large contiguous rooms at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has installed twenty photographic prints from his “Theaters” series. The exhibition,… READ ON

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Karl Holmqvist and Klara Liden

INDIPENDENZA Roma

August 2017

In a large Roman apartment on Via dei Mille, the Indipendenza gallery hosts “Lavoro” (Work), a collaboration between Karl Holmqvist and Klara Liden. This project, originally exhibited in 2016 at the Kunstverein Braunschweig, now includes a … READ ON

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Micol AssaŽl

Riso, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea della Sicilia

August 2017

Micol Assaël’s solo exhibition “Lettura Di Un’Onda” (Interpretation of a Wave), curated by Bruno Corà and Valentino Catricalà, presents new work across the entire top floor of the Palazzo Belmonte Riso. The Roman artist activates a discrete… READ ON

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Yoko Ono and Claire Tabouret

French Academy of Rome, Villa Medici

June 2017

From the entrance of the Villa Medici, throughout its rooms, and even through its outdoor space, an extended juxtaposition of installation works by Yoko Ono and paintings by French artist Claire Tabouret leads viewers along a complex path. … READ ON

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Pieter Vermeersch

Galerie Perrotin | Paris, Turenne

February 2017

Belgian artist Pieter Vermeersch’s second solo show at this gallery’s Paris location comprises seventeen abstract paintings, all Untitled, 2016, made on canvas and marble. They do not readily blend into the architecture of the space—a strategy… READ ON

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Peter Buggenhout

Banca di Bologna Hall

February 2017

Amid the whiteness of a large room in the Palazzo De’ Toschi an installation by Peter Buggenhout takes on the significance of an imposing archaeological find—a mass of detritus, postatomic in feeling, that has touched down from the sky. For… READ ON

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Patrick Tuttofuoco

Federica Schiavo Gallery | Milan

December 2016

Patrick Tuttofuoco’s first solo show at this gallery features five new works. The artist has long been interested in the impalpability of reality—the possibility that the past cannot be historicized and the future is the new present—and in … READ ON

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Marc Camille Chaimowicz

Palazzo della Triennale

November 2016

French artist Marc Camille Chaimowicz, one of the early proponents of a multidisciplinary approach to art that dovetailed performance and installation, now orchestrates a project devoted to the architecture of its venue, La Triennale di … READ ON

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