On the opening weekend of her show at Serralves in Portugal—dedicated to the memory of Okwui EnwezorJoan Jonas will restage her Mirror works.


Through September 1.

Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art

Rua D. João de Castro, 210, Porto.


Saturday, May 25, at 5:15 pm and Sunday, May 26, at 7 pm.


Saturday, May 25, at 6 pm and Sunday, May 26, at 6 pm.

Serralves Park and Auditorium, Porto.

From top: Joan Jonas (reflected in mirrors) conducts a rehearsal for Mirror Piece I: Reconfigured (1969/2010), at Kulturhuset, Stockholm; Jonas performing Mirror Check as part of Organic Honey’s Vertical Roll (1972), Ace Gallery, Venice Beach, Los Angeles, photograph by Roberta Neiman, courtesy and © the photographer; Barbara (Mirror Piece I), (1969), photograph courtesy and © the estate of Colin de Land; Jonas conducts a rehearsal for Mirror Piece I: Reconfigured (1969/2010), at Kulturhuset, (2). Stockholm images: production stills from ART21: Art in the Twenty-First Century, Season 7, “Fiction” episode, (2014), courtesy and © ART21, Inc., 2014.


Join La Collectionneuse and Dynasty Typewriter for a special screening of the French art-pop musical ANNA (1967, directed by Pierre Koralnik), the first color film made for French television.

Starring Anna Karina, Serge Gainsbourg (who also wrote the songs), Marianne Faithfull (who sings one of them) and Jean-Claude Brialy, ANNA will be preceded by a Videotheque mix by EXP TV of surreal visuals and yé-yé hits by Jane Birkin, Françoise Hardy, France Gall, and more. The evening will close with a DJ set by Décandanse Soirée.


Saturday, May 25, at 7:30 pm.

Hayworth Theatre

2511 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles.

From top: Anna Karina and Jean-Claude Brialy in Anna; Serge Gainsbourg and Karina on set in Paris; soundtrack album cover, courtesy and Philips; Marianne Faithfull in Anna; Karina.


“The EU has made our lives much better in many ways—and even though there is undoubtedly room for improvement, using our democratic rights is the way to shape it for the better…

“What we are experiencing is a reactionary rebellion against a hundred years of social progress… After three and a half years of part-time dedication to activism, I’ve concluded that above all democracy comes down to electoral participation. What’s really necessary is mediating through the basic principle of one person, one voice.” — Wolfgang Tillmans

Vote Together—a Between Bridges initiative advocating an affirmation of the European Union in this week’s elections—has released a series of images by (and featuring) a large cohort of Tillmans’ friends and associates in the art, music, and fashion worlds.

From top: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster by Stefano Cozzi in Venice; Vivienne Westwood by Andreas Kronthaler in Alpbach; Rita Roque and Joana Machado by Nuno Vieira in Porto; Giselle Mapp by Wolfgang Tillmans in Berlin; Rem Koolhaas by Dana Lixenberg in Amsterdam; Yvon Lambert and Walther König by Katja Rahlwes in Paris; Oko Ebombo by Tim Elkaim in Paris; Gillian Wearing by Joana Piotrowska in London; Noemi Smolik by Ruth Magers in Prague; Dan Sablon by Rahlwes in Paris; Tomasz Armada and Kacper Szalecki by Karol Radziszewski in Warsaw; Patricia, Roland, Ruggiero, and Bernardo de Middel by Cristina de Middel in Madrid; Nick Knight and Wolfgang Tillmans, poster. Images courtesy and © the photographers, their subjects, and Vote Together.


Malik Gaines and Alexandro Segade —founding members of the performance collective My Barbarian—”work at the intersection of theater, visual arts, critical practice, and performance to play with social difficulties, theatricalize historic problems, and imagine ways of being together. Realized as drawings, texts, masks, videos, music, installations, and audience interactions, their projects employ fantasy, humor, and clashing aesthetic sensibilities to cleverly critique artistic, political, and social situations.”*

Gaines and Segade present STAR CHOIR, a new work developed while serving as Park Avenue Armory artists-in-residence. The 45-minute musical performance “tracks a group of humans who attempt to colonize a hostile planet after the Earth’s decline. Following some wonder and violence, a hybrid species is formed.” STAR CHOIR is performed by six singers and six musicians—Hai-Ting Chinn, Tomas Cruz, Tomas Fujiwara, Ariadne Greif, La Toya Lewis, Anthony McGlaun, Ethan Philbrick, Riza Printup, RaShonda Reeves, Kyra Sims, Luke Stewart, and Jorell Williams.*


Thursday, May 23, at 7 pm and 9 pm.

Park Avenue Armory

643 Park Avenue (at 66th Street), New York City.

See “Questions of Representation: Malik Gaines in conversation with Barlo Perry, PARIS LA 16 (2018), 178–181.

Malik Gaines and Alexandro Segade, Star Choir in performance at the Levitt Pavilion on the opening night of Radio Imagination: Artists in the Archive of Octavia E. Butler at the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, with video and sheet music from the exhibition. Images courtesy and the artists.


The new show by Gardar Eide Einarsson is on view in London for one more week.*


Through May 26.

Maureen Paley

21 Herald Street, Bethnal Green, London.

*See “A man fights, and fights, and then fights some more…,” PARIS LA 6 (Spring 2011), 2–13.

Gardar Eide Einarsson, from top: The Spirit of Zen; a Way of Life, Work and Art in the Far East, 2019; untitled (Hand), 2019; untitled (Axe), 2019; all acrylic and gesso on canvas. Bring up irrelevant issues as frequently as possible, 2019, enamel on laser cut aluminium; Liquid Explosive Detonated by Pull-Friction Fuze, 2019; The German Peters Candybar Boobytrap, 2019; both acrylic, gesso, graphite and silk screen ink on canvas. Images courtesy and © the artist and Maureen Paley.