For his solo exhibition “Media Studies” at Hauser & Wirth Zürich, Rodney Graham, Vancouver-based artist, presents a new series of his signature photographic light box works – elaborate and allegorical compositions focusing on his use of the self-portrait to explore scenarios from our collective cultural memory. These are shown alongside recent paintings and objects that functioned as props in some of the light box works.
British sculptor Phyllida Barlow‘s exhibition “demo” (as in democracy, demolition or demonstration) is set up to disrupt patterns of perception and celebrate the power of sculpture to obstruct and play with authority. Two... Read More
Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst presents “You You You”, a solo exhibition, curated by Heike Munder, featuring works by the Canadian artist and contemporary sculptor Liz Magor. In her work, the artist investigates the existing... Read More
Mai 36 Galerie presents “Images Entertain Thought”, a solo show by the artist Koenraad Dedobbeleer. The artist focuses on everyday objects, which he modifies and recontextualizes. The exhibition displays a selection of 40 original photographic... Read More
Lullin + Ferrari presents “In-Between | Calendar”, a group show featuring works by artists bringing in the gallery different artistic expressions. The exhibition identifies a spacial level (In-Between) and a temporal dimension... Read More