(Utah, USA) Video and performance artist Berna Reale exposes habituated realities in Brazil’s contemporary society with acts that infiltrate the relentless urban routines of Belém, the largest city and capital of the northern Brazilian state of Pará.
(Bogota, Colombia) The artist uses the metaphor of light as a symbol creator, questions the way in which ideas appear, connect, shine or fail. In that way, he connects and energizes, not only what sucks but also what does not transmit anything.
(Glasglow, UK) An old family butcher shop, two detached garage boxes, a courtyard and a garden adjacent to the Birsfelden river in the outskirts of Basel are the elements each artist is offered to respond to formally and conceptually.
(Copenhagen, Denmark) CODE Art Fair will bring together leading galleries, artists, writers, curators and collectors from throughout Europe and North America. Apart from a carefully selected roster of exciting galleries CODE will feature a number of curated exhibitions and special projects.
(New York, USA) With two distinct approaches to contemporary painting, Bresson and Prata mute stylistic expectations in the service of a visual language that has no spoken form a collection of simplified narratives, signs and symbols that communicate from the silences between words or thoughts.
(Madrid, Spain) “This project enquires into the condition of the work of art and its possibilities. It questions what the work could have been or have said and what if actually was and said. We propose a rethinking, inevitably ethical-political, of representation and reality, of the possibilities and the responsibilities of the artistic act as knowledge, questioning the power of representations, not to reflect reality but to look for its meaning.”
(London, UK) The exhibition highlights recently acquired works by more than 20 artists working with mediums and methods including installation, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, and video.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Its name is a tribute to Brazilian artist Tunga. In his series of Desenhos em polvorosa [Drawings in a Frenzy], there is an untitled work showing intertwining bodies that are so tangled together it is impossible to tell where one begins and the other ends.
Adriano Costa presents paintings, works on paper, and a diversity of sculptures in “DearMeatCutsDevilMayCry”
(Los Angeles, USA) The exhibition will therefore reflect the booming and broken dream-state that is Los Angeles, the political and economic disasters facing Brazil at a moment when it is very much on the world stage, and the perennially decaying cornucopia of information that is the Internet, where a large part of the global population currently maintains a second residence.
(New York, USA) At this occasion, the Turkish artist Özgür Demirci will engage with the audience about civil and political disobedience in recent years in İstanbul and New York. The discussion will be followed by the workshop “Memory Refresh” during whıch the artist and guests will share their visual memories and experiences captured on social media.