Opening today, October 24th at High Art, 17 rue des Panoyaux, 75020.
This week on the blog we visited Bex & Arts, a Contemporary Sculpture Triennal in Switzerland; saw Bertrand Bonello at Centre Pompidou; passed by Peter Lindbergh at Gagosian Paris and Yoko Uhoda Gallery in Liège to see a show curated by Christophe Daviet-Thery; and finally ended with Neïl Beloufa at ICA in London.
In this first UK institutional exhibition of Neïl Beloufa’s work, the ICA show a selection of his latest works on film alongside recent sculptural works across the Lower Gallery and Theatre. These explore the representation of digital information systems and the often conflicting desires for openly available information within mass media. They are exhibited in […]
Over the course of his career, Lindbergh has taken inspiration for his photography from modern dance, early German and East European cinema and photography, as well as his own personal history, resulting in a bold, elemental photographic language. With a minimum of artifice, spare styling, and openness to improvisation, he allows the innate character and […]
A proposal by Christophe Daviet-Thery at Yoko Uhoda Gallery, Liège 19 September – 31 October, 2014 This proposal apprehends this aspect of Richard Prince’s work which encompasses books and the question of the collection. The display of the show is in relation to the way used by Richard Prince to present books in his own […]
The parc de Szilassy, is an English-style landscape garden, designed in 1835, first privately owned and now state park (in Bex, Switzerland). Every three years since 1981, Bex & Arts — a contemporary sculpture triennial featuring Swiss artists— is held in this park. This year’s theme is Emergences. “Emergences is inspired by philosophical analysis. It […]