The Fundació Miró Palma shows the work of Glenda León in dialogue with the work of Joan Miró. The two artists share colour, shapes, and a sense of place – exciting but calm, aesthetic but free.
Laura Lamiel's 'Vous les entendez?' at Palais de Tokyo proposes a parcours through different media, colours, and experiences. The quietly and plainly shocking presentation counteracts a numbness in the face of an omnipresence of images of violence.
In his essay "Dispersion", Seth Price asks for an Art Degree Zero, categorically ambiguous. The exhibition "Sur le feu" at Académie des Beaux Arts, Paris, comes close. Through its focus on practice, the exhibition asks what do we ask from an art exhibition today.
Malte Bartsch's "Time Machine" (2013 - ongoing) generates testimony and record, paths into past and future, brings together outer spaces and inner times A reflection with Immanuel Kant.
How to arrive at such a reduced language? Yet so intense. Mona Hatoum investigates geo- and sociopolitical conditions and conflicts, Her retrospective at three Berlin institutions presents her varied and poetic oeuvre.
Once more, Galerie Thomas Schulte transforms its gallery space through two impressive installations. And presents a simple understanding of beauty.
Allan McCollum's Constructed and Bleach Paintings are wall structures out of canvas and adhesive. They carry meditation and war, history and the Now. A guide to geometric versatility.
Rafael Domenech’s "Notations From Somewhere" is fun, playful and deeply poetic. Innovative and interesting both visually and with regard to subject, the exhibition – subtly, but distinctly – proposes different modes of existence, individually and as a community. An experience for body and thought!