Gabriele Beveridge at Native / Perpignan, France

Gabriele Beveridge / New Works

11 September - 24 September

Native Perpignan

2bis rue des Cardeurs

text by Bitsy Knox

Cyril Zarcone at Galerie Eric Mouchet / Paris

Cyril Zarcone / Côté Jardin

12 October - 23 November

Galerie Eric Mouchet 
45, rue Jacob
75006 Paris

Photography by Rebecca Fanuele


EJTECH / All direction is curved, all motion is spiral

October 25 - November 30

Képíró utca 6
1053 Budapest

Photography by Dávid Bíró

"Correspondence" at Sanatorium / Istanbul

Yunus Emre Erdoğan, Clemes Wolf / "Correspondence"
Curated by Domenico de Chirico

October 25 - 01 December, 2019

Kemankeş Mah. Mumhane Cad. 
No: 67/A Karaköy / İstanbul

Athena Papadopoulos at Liebaert Projects / Kortrijk, Belgium

Athena Papadopoulos / "The apple nun"
Curated by Joachim Coucke

October 23 - 17 November, 2019

Liebaert Projects
Minister Liebaertlaan 1B
8500 Kortrijk

Thomas van Linge at Hero / Amsterdam

Thomas van Linge / Give Up The Ghost 

19th October – 16th November 2019

Beitelkade 4
1021 KG Amsterdam

András Cséfalvay at Soyuz / Pescara

András Cséfalvay / "Newtoniana - Differentiation, Integration and Culturing"

[On Screen] →

October 12 - 15 November, 2019

Palazzo Mezzopreti Gomez 
Viale Bovio 29
65125 Pescara - ITALY

Adriano Costa at Castiglioni / Milan

Adriano Costa / "Rock Whore Show 3"

September 25 - 15 November, 2019

Via Vincenzo Gioberti, 1 
20123 Milan, Italy

A conversation with Krista Clark triggered by her solo show “Untenanted” at Spencer Brownstone Gallery in New York.

A conversation between Krista Clark and Irini Miga triggered by “Untenanted,” an exhibition by Krista Clark at Spencer Brownstone Gallery in New York.

Krista Clark


September 13 - November 17, 2019
Spencer Brownstone Gallery
170-A Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002

Krista Clark, Untenanted, Installation View, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NY

Irini Miga: Let’s take it from the start. I would like to ask you how it all began, how did you first connect with art, and how did you arrive at this intersection of art and architecture? 

Krista Clark: I have always had a connection to art at an early age through the discourse of drawing. When I was younger it was my dependable, safe and familiar space. My early work was the result and catharsis of growing up within a black family in the predominantly white state of Vermont.

Moving forward in time, I arrived at my interest and intersection of art and architecture through a series of shifts in my practice. The initial shift came from my need to translate my organic drawings of spatial quests into a more tangible or perhaps relatable? language. The earlier phase was a search within the space of the paper and my process…I referred to it often as an expedition. The compositions were open-ended and focused on mark-making. Around this time, I started to observe the transitional architectural spaces around me, from the demolition of homes to commercial development to the empty lots in limbo. The sites all contained happenstances with poetic gestures and relationships of materials that I couldn’t dismiss. I was also looking at work by artists who were using “simple” formal gestures to stand or speak for a larger narrative. For example, covering or blocking parts of structures in order to erase them or negate their intended institutional power or layering objects in a specific order to highlight an implicit hierarchy. Initially, I began to ground my own language of mark making, previously aloft, by imbedding it within a drawn architectural space. I eventually moved outside of and broke away from the rectangle of the drawing and directly onto the wall, which already had marks for me to respond to and begin to map within. This move also forced me to contend with the physical space of the room I was working within. The next continual shifts came through materials, first tar or roofing paper, sheets of insulation, orange fencing…all allowed me to approach them at first through the lens of a drawing. They gradually became more three dimensional and the architectural space abstracted.

Krista Clark at Spencer Brownstone Gallery / New York

Krista Clark
September 13 - November 17, 2019

Spencer Brownstone Gallery
170-A Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002

Krista Clark, Untenanted, Installation View

Krista Clark_Layaway, 2019
Wood, bungee cord, plastic sheets, concrete, corded work light, and hardware
8 x 11 x 4 ft

Rocco Ruglio-Misurell at Jak zapomnieć / Kraków

Rocco Ruglio-Misurell / Nothing Gets Lost, Nothing Is Wasted
October 25 - November 20, 2019
Jak zapomnieć
Dietla 7, Kraków, 

Image courtesy of the artist

Image courtesy of the artist

Undocumented at PS120 / Berlin

Undocumented / Co-Curated by Juliet Kothe and Justin Polera

Katja Aufleger, Julian Charrière, Petrit Halilaj, Christine Sun Kim, Yann-Vari Schubert , Alvaro Urbano

13.9- 9.11,  2019

Potsdamer Straße 120, 10785, Berlin

"So indolent so sneaky" at Noire Gallery / Turin

Valentin Carron, Gardar Eide Einarsson / "So indolent so sneaky"
Curated by Domenico de Chirico

October 24 2019 - 31 January, 2020

Noire Gallery,
via Piossasco 29 b 
Turin (IT)

THE PAPER HOUSE at Les Glacières / Bordeaux

THE PAPER HOUSE / Curated by Eléonore Gros
Charlie Chine
September 13 - December 14, 2019
Les Glacières
121 Avenue Alsace Lorraine
33200 Bordeaux

Image courtesy of the artist

Image courtesy of the artist

Monia Ben Hamouda, Michele Gabriele at Théâtre Cravey Pavilion / la Teste-de-Bûch

Monia Ben Hamouda, Michele Gabriele / Love Data at Alios 16ème Biennale d’Art Contemporain

Curated by Irwin Marchal

12th 25th October 2019

Théâtre Cravey Pavilion
Rue Gilbert Sore
33260 La Teste-de-Buch

Pierre Clement at Galerie Valeria Cetraro / Paris

Pierre Clement / Vision Quest

October 17th - November 23rd 2019

Galerie Valeria Cetraro
16 rue Caffarelli
75003 Paris 

Jenine Marsh at Centre Clark / Montreal

Jenine Marsh / the dirt under my nails
October 24 – November 30, 2019
The Centre d'art et de diffusion CLARK
455 Avenue de Gaspé #114
Montreal, Canada

photo credit: Paul Litherland
photo credit: Paul Litherland

Paloma Proudfoot a Sans titre (2016) / Paris

Paloma Proudfoot / Curing

September 27th - November 9th 2019

Sans titre (2016)
33 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin
75010 Paris

SUPERHOST at Foothold - Like a Little Disaster / Polignano a Mare

"SUPERHOST" /Curated by Like A Little Disaster and PANE project 

a collective project with works by:
AGF HYDRA + Callum Leo Hughes + Keiken + Sophie Mars, Maya Ben David, Monia Ben Hamouda, Chiara Camoni, Daniela Corbascio, Stine Deja, Débora Delmar, Andreas Ervik, Michele Gabriele, Julie Grosche, HYPERCOMF + George Tigkas, Motoko Ishibashi, Natalia Karczewska, Botond Keresztesi, Andrea Kvas, Lucia Leuci, Valerio Nicolai, Ornaghi & Prestinari, Jaakko Pallasvuo + Anni Puolakka, Nuno Patrício, Clemen Parrocchetti, Andrew Rutherdale, Namsal Siedlecki, Micah Schippa, Mireille Tap, The Institute of Queer Ecology, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Wisrah Villefort.


"Ensemble", video program curated by Julie Grosche, with:
Lola Gonzàlez, Julie Grosche - Florian Sumi - Emma Frost Nixon - Laura Gozlan - Edouard Le Boul’ch - Katy McCarthy - Christine Navin - Elizabeth Orr - Laura Porter - Deirdre Sargent - Lucas Seguy - Yoan Sorin - Marc Yearsley, Vijay Masharani, Katy McCarthy, Virginia Lee Montgomery, Chloé Rossetti, Yoan Sorin - Florian Sumi.


Data and text contributions by: Murray Cox (Inside Airbnb), Cecilia Guida, Darren Marshall, Like A Little Disaster.

4th August - 22nd October 2019

Foothold / Like a Little Disaster
Via Cavour 68
Polignano a Mare (BA)

Dasha Shishkin at L21 / Palma de Mallorca

Dasha Shishkin / hoo hoo hoo

12 September - 8 November, 2019

Gremi Ferrers, 25
Pasaje nave 4
Polígono Son Castelló
Palma de Mallorca, Spain

The Return of the Junker JM 2000 at Bombon Projects / Barcelona

The Return of the Junker JM 2000 / curated by Sira Pizà

Josep Maynou, Jordi Mitjà

10 October - 6 December, 2019

Bombon Projects
Carrer de Trafalgar 45
local 3, 08010

Photography by Roberto Ruiz

Theo Triantafyllidis at Eduardo Secci Contemporary / Florence

Theo Triantafyllidis / Pastoral

Curated by THE SWAN STATION (Luca Pozzi)

September 13th 2019 – November 16th 2019

Eduardo Secci Contemporary
Piazza Carlo Goldoni 2
50123 Florence

Cet élixir at Moly-Sabata / Sablons

Cet élixir / curated by Joël Riff

Artists: Jean-Marie Appriou, Hélène Bertin, Jagna Ciuchta, Johan Creten,

Anne Dangar, Étienne Mauroy, Pakui Hardware, Paloma Proudfoot, Henri
Ughetto, and Phoebe Unwin

21st September - 3rd November, 2019


1, rue Moly-Sabata
38550 Sablons

COLUMNISTS at Editorial / Vilnius


Participating Artists: Emblematic Group & FRONTLINE, Ongoing Project. Video News*, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Martha Rosler, Mohammad Salemy

Curated by 
Valentinas Klimašauskas

11th –  31st October 2019

Latako g. 3
Vilnius 01125 

Catalina Ouyang at Make Room / Los Angeles

Catalina Ouyang / Marrow

27 September - 30 November, 2019

Make Room
1035 N Broadway
Los Angeles