Elena Damiani at Revolver Gallery, Lima

30 November 2012 - 20 January 2013

Revolver Gallery presents Elena Damiani’s “History Is Decomposed In Images, Not In Stories”, a collection of collages, sculptures and video, which evoke the experiences of the ‘wanderer’. Reworking images found in photographic archives, the exhibit is composed by a series of objects arranged in isolated landscapes. They invoke a certain solitude and longing, and yet […]

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Ziad Antar at The Almine Rech Gallery, Paris

17 November 2012 - 22 December 2012

The Galerie Almine Rech is pleased to present the second solo exhibition of Ziad Antar. Ziad Antar was born in Saida, Lebanon in 1978 and today divides his time between his hometown and Paris. In 2012, he was the subject of a solo exhibition Coastline at the Sharjah Art Foundation, curated by Christine Macel. The […]

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Le Journal de la Photographie on Rula Halawani’s Testimonies

05 September 2012

I am not feeling well so I was sent to an Israeli hospital to see a skin doctor. While walking towards the outside clinic I was very nervous, as I did not want to be checked by an Israeli doctor. It is true that it wasn’t the first time for me to be checked by […]

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Ziad Antar at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

30 June 2012 - 23 September 2012

‘Chicago has been acknowledged as one of the first cities to embrace the high rise building and it seems appropriate that the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago should play host to the exhibition Skyscraper: Art and Architecture Against Gravity . This thematic exhibition has been curated by Michael Darling, James W. Alsdorf Chief Curator, Joanna […]

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Amel Bennys Artist in Residence at the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation, Connecticut

16 May 2012 - 16 August 2012

The Foundation maintains residence studios for select visiting artists exemplifying the seriousness of purpose that characterised both Anni and Josef Albers. No aesthetic connection to the Alberses’ work is necessary; only the intention to work in a concentrated way on one’s art in idyllic conditions away from the art world. ‘Through learning, first, a clear […]

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Armen Agop in Yerevan Magazine

05 May 2012

After a jury awarded him first prize in the prestigious Umberto Mastroianni Award in 2010, Egyptian born artist Armen Agop recently installed his award-winning stone fountain in the Italian town of Barge, Piedmonte Italy.

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Ziad at the Triennale de Paris, Palais de Tokyo, Paris

20 April 2012 - 26 August 2012

The flagship event, marking the reopening of the Palais de Tokyo in 2012, proposes a large panorama of contemporary art at the intersection of the French art scene and global sites of production. Beginning within the interiors of the expanded and refurbished Palais de Tokyo, La Triennale is set in a series of overlapping cartographies […]

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Frieze on Ariel Orozco at Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome

01 April 2012

‘Ariel Orozco’s second solo show at Rome’s Federica Schiavo gallery, ‘Detra Del Cristal’ (Behind the Glass), dealt with issues of plenitude and scarcity, pre-emption and impotence, evoking both desire and lack in a consumer driven world. Playing on these elements the show expressed – via the presentation of a Champagne bottle, over 3000 glasses filled […]

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Elena Damiani, Reading Complex Act IV – Sans Titre, Government Art Collection, London

19 March 2012 - 05 April 2012

Curated by: Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, Catherine Serrano In the wake of the digital turn, in this era of iPads and Kindles, the book is becoming a sensual luxury artifact, a precious and extravagant superfluity and an aesthetic emblem, subject to new levels of fetishization and bibliomaniacal fancy. With the recent advent of digital reading devices […]

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