Rubén Grilo at CentroCentro / Madrid, Spain

Rubén Grilo / Indigo Eye 

31 January - 24 March, 2019

curated by Sonia Fernández Pan

Plaza Cibeles, 1A
28014 Madrid, Spain

Felix Pötzsch at BSMNT / Leipzig

Felix Pötzsch / Taurin

9 March - 2 April 2019

BSMNT, Spinnereistrasse 7/ Halle 18, 04279 Leipzig

Appointment: or

The Hills Have Eyes at Hotdock / Bratislava, Slovakia

The Hills Have Eyes

Adrian Altman, Tomáš Bryscejn, Ondřej Doskočil, Sarah Dubná, Kristýna Fingerland, Jakub Hájek & František Hanousek, Jakub Choma, Valentýna Janů, Kateřina Miturová, Olbram Pavlíček, Adam Rada, Antonie Stanová

23 February - 13 March 2019

Curated by: Jakub Hošek and Nik Timková

The exhibition is the third part of exchange project entitled "PING PONG: artist-run spaces from #V4"

Topoľčianska 12
851 05 Petržalka

Opening Thu 28th March 6pm: Bed Manners at Kunstpunkt Berlin

Bed Manners at Kunstpunkt Berlin

A project by Daily Lazy & frontviews

Opening Thu 28th March 6pm

With: Dafni Barbageorgopoulou, Carsten Becker, Henning Bohl, Dominik Bucher, Gastarbeiter on the Planet, Vassilis H, Nico Ihlein, Johanna Jäger, Stelios Karamanolis, Tula Plumi, Max Schaffer, Peter Strickmann, Kostis Velonis, Moritz Wehrmann, Lily Wittenburg

Performance by Peter Strickmann 7th April at 5 pm
During the Mellow Toes listening session Peter Strickmann will present parts of his long run Schnarcharchiv (Snoring archive). This audio-collection consists of various kinds of conserved fatigue.

Kunstpunkt Berlin, Schlegelstraße 6, 10115 Berlin-Mitte

29th March - 14th April 2019
Fri - Sun 3 - 7 pm

With the Slumber filter, images on Instagram can be transformed into milky veiled illusions.The state between waking and sleeping has collectively inscribed itself as a nebulous blur. The existential dichotomy of sleeping and not sleeping, which is brought together in the state of slumber, encompasses far more aesthetic approaches and artistic forms of confrontation than the strategies of fogging. Sleep and slumber touch on questions about the body in space, sensitize us to everyday environmental materials such as light, and affect rituals and life rhythms. Our individual sleep is not detached from social structures. How and when we sleep, as well as techniques of falling asleep, are deeply rooted in cultural processes and they are terretoritum of biopolitical conflicts. Against this background, the conditions of sleep change parallel to social change. New ways of life generate other possibilities of sleeping and this in turn changes the spaces and places where we can let ourselves fall, dream and escape from self-control.
The exhibition BED MANNERS brings together contemporary positions that take up metaphors and states of slumber. Materials such as mattresses, body states such as lying and spaces such as the hotel room appear in new contexts. References to surrealist strategies and echoes of prehistoric camps and shelters are taken up as well as discourses that question sleep as a purely anthropological category. Isn’t an archive something else than a bedroom for things and how does a butterfly exhausted from death struggle regenerate?

Curated by Charlotte Silbermann

With the support of Outset Contemporary Art Fund (Greece), Kunstpunkt Berlin, Netzwerk
freier Berliner Projekträume und -initiativen

Zenzic at Arcade / London, United Kingdom

Anna Barham & Chiara Camoni / Zenzic

23 February - 23 March, 2019

curated by Caterina Avataneo

87 Lever Street
London EC1V 3RA 

Anna Barham

Anna Barham

Chiara Camoni

Chiara Camoni

Chiara Camoni

A few years of intense work have passed by now.
A rite has been established. 
I lay out the blank sheets, she draws every day. 
Drawing has become part of her life, as eating or sleeping. 
But there’s something else again...

We need something big, this time. Something truly big. 
Something that never ends. 
As boundless as the sky.

She starts drawing stars. 
Stars every day, hundreds, thousands. 
Sheets filled with stars.

She says that in the night she dreams to eat them.

She draws until her last day. 
A private cosmos.

Chiara Camoni

Zenzic is a mathematical term that refers to a number squared: the number multiplied by itself to generate not its double, but something much bigger. At Arcade, Zenzic is an exhibition. More specifically, Zenzic is the title of a new structure made by Anna Barham using her Crystal Fabric Field Bracket (1016) in order to display a selection from 250 drawings of stars made by Chiara Camoni’s Grandmother, who first became her assistant to fight melancholy and subsequently found herself drawing for Chiara every day.

Barham designed her Crystal Fabric Field Bracket (1016) as a way of building that mimics how crystals form, by repeating the geometry of their unit cell over and over. The bracket is a structural instruction that defines the basic forms that the structure can take, whilst the space that contains it and the objects it is designed to hold are foreign particles that inflect the precise dimensions and directions of its crystallisation. Camoni’s stars are pencil signs, meticulously achieved in time. Spreading on hundreds of white pages, they become like a portion of sky fallen to earth. Together, the works testify to fundamental aspects of the artists’ practices, from the platforms and structures that populate Barham’s installations, choreographing the relationships between viewers, text, image and sound and underlining the collaborative nature of producing meaning; to Camoni’s collective works that started in 2006 with her Grandmother and are now extended to the community, as way to experience togetherness and the mystery of creation. Zenzic is a collaborative project and as Barham’s structure responds to Camoni’s drawings, Camoni responds to it in turn, presenting a new work based on the repetition of the forms that characterise the acid yellow brackets populating the gallery. Multiplying the suggestion of foreign particles, organic components and weeds are snagged in the repeating terracotta elements of Camoni’s hanging Necklace for Giantesses.

Zenzic looks at repetition as extraordinary, almost magical - as an operation acting on the mundane to generate the unforeseen. Zenzic follows the words of Gilles Deleuze: if repetition is possible, it is due to miracle rather than to law.

CentroCentro, Madrid
Exhibition title:
Indigo Eye
Dates: January 31st - March 3rd, 2019
Photo credits: Courtesy of the artist and Sonia Fernández Pan
CentroCentro, Madrid
Exhibition title:
Indigo Eye
Dates: January 31st - March 3rd, 2019
Photo credits: Courtesy of the artist and Sonia Fernández Pan

Dripping In Crocodile Tears at Foothold - Like a Little Disaster / Polignano a Mare

Dripping in Crocodile Tears

Participating Artists: Tania Fiaccadori, Valentina Furian, Rada Kozelj, Plasticity, Giuliana Rosso, Giulio Scalisi

Curated by Roberta Mansueto

February 24th 2019 – March 20th 2019

Foothold / Like a Little Disaster

Via Cavour 68
70044 Polignano a Mare (BA)


Mathis Gasser | Tobias Hantmann at Lady Helen / London

Mathis Gasser, Tobias Hantmann

February 23 – 19 March 2019

Lady Helen 
E13 0DW London

Hell Gette, Magdalena Kita & Alessandro Leggio at Krupic Kersting / Cologne, Germany

Hell Gette, Magdalena Kita & Alessandro Leggio / #Strangerthings

14 March - 5 April 2019

Krupic Kersting
An der Schanz 1a

50735 Cologne, Germany 

Jonathan Monk at Element by Noire Gallery / Turin

Jonathan Monk / Miele Luna

February 15 – 15 March 2019

Noire Gallery,
via Piossasco 29 b 
Turin (IT)

Anne Laure Sacriste / Galerie Vera Munro, Hamburg

Anne Laure Sacriste / Orion Aveugle
text by Domenico de Chirico

Januar 30 – 31 March 2019

Galerie Vera Munro
Heilwigstrasse 64
20249 Hamburg

Homework at Castiglioni / Milan

Homework / Edgars Gluhovs, Heji Shin, Lisa Holzer, Marco Bruzzone, Natalia Rolon, Tobias Spichtig
curated by Claudia Rech

January 24 - 22 March 2019


Via Vincenzo Gioberti, 1 
20123 Milan, Italy

Dance with the Devil at Galerija Močvara / Zagreb

Schwestern Sisters x Ittah Yoda / Dance with the Devil

Curated by Lovro Japundzic

March 1st 2019 – March 8th 2019

Galerija Močvara

Trnjanski nasip bb
10000 Zagreb


Trust Is The Ultimate Currency at Harlesden High Street / London

Trust Is The Ultimate Currency curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight

February 23rd 2019 – March 24th 2019
Participating artists: Bob Bicknell-Knight, Ami Clarke in collaboration with Richard Cochrane, Débora Delmar, Ollie Dook, Tom Galle, Eloise Hawser, Botond Keresztesi, Erin Mitchell, Charlie Godet Thomas, Frank Wasser and Thomas Yeomans.

Harlesden High Street
32 Newman Street
W1T 1PU London
United Kingdom



Alison Yip, Emily Ludwig Shaffer and Quintessa Matranga

8.2 -30.3 2019

233 boul Crémazie O, Montréal, QC H2N 1L7



Débora Delmar at GALLLERIAPIÙ / Bologna

Débora Delmar / Stressed, blessed and coffee obsessed

January 31st 2019 – March 30th 2019

Via del Porto 48 a/b
40122 Bologna

Tim Plamper at Unttld Contemporary / Vienna

Tim Plamper / Reflection is a Wall

January 24 – 2 March 2019

Unttld Contemporary
Schleifmühlgasse 5
1040 Vienna

Yorgos Stamkopoulos at Nir Altman / Munich

Yorgos Stamkopoulos
Another Perfect Day

18.01. - 02.03.2019

Nir Altman
Ringseisstr 4 rgb
80337 Munich

Marco Maria Zanin at Marignana Arte / Venice

Marco Maria Zanin / ARZANA’ 
curated by Domenico de Chirico 

February 9 – 16 March 2019 

Project room, Marignana Arte
Dorsoduro, 141
Rio Terà dei Catecumeni
30123 Venice 

Martin Llavaneras at Bombon Projects / Barcelona

Martin Llavaneras / Medicane

31 January – 22 March, 2019

Bombon Projects
Carrer Trafalgar 45
08010 Barcelona

photography credits: Ketevan Gvinepadze

Michele Gabriele at Eduardo Secci Contemporary / Florence

Michele Gabriele / The Missing Link. On Every Point of a Sphere 

Curated by Luca Pozzi (SWAN STATION) 

January 25th 2019 – March 23rd 2019

Eduardo Secci Contemporary
Piazza Carlo Goldoni 2
50123 Florence

Mercedes Azpilicueta at NoguerasBlanchard / Madrid, Spain

Mercedes Azpilicueta / El viejo sueño de la simetría (The Old Dream of Symmetry)

14 February - 24 March, 2019


Doctor Fourquet, 4
28012 Madrid, Spain