Petrit Halilaj at New Museum / New York

Petrit Halilaj
RU

27.09.2017-07.01.2018

New Museum
235 Bowery
New York, NY 10002


Caroline Kryzecki at SEXAUER / Berlin


Caroline Kryzecki
COME OUT (TO SHOW THEM)

09.09.-21.10.2017

Sexauer Gallery
Streustr. 90
13086 Berlin


The Best Is The Least We Can Do / Good Weather, North Little Rock at Atlanta Contemporary, Atlanta

Good Weather Presents: The Best Is The Least We Can Do
with: 
Aaron Blendowski, IanJones, Irini Miga, Willie Wayne Smith, Katie Wynne

 August 26 – October 29, 2017

Good Weather, North Little Rock 
at 
Atlanta Contemporary
535 Means Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

Good Weather Presents: The Best Is The Least We Can Do at Atlanta Contemporary, Installation View   

Good Weather Presents: The Best Is The Least We Can Do at Atlanta Contemporary, Installation View

Keith J. Varadi at Tobias Naehring / Leipzig

Keith J. Varadi
Death Becomes Him

09.09. - 07.10.2017

Galerie Tobias Naehring
Lützner Str. 98
04177 Leipzig


Lilli Thießen at wellwellwell / Vienna

Lilli Thießen at wellwellwell Vienna

invited by Noushin Redjaian 

"Good Bye Horses"

13th of September – 7th of October 2017 






Magdalen Wong at Make Room / Los Angeles

Magdalen Wong 

Dreaming of Dying Robots and Artificial Flowers

September 16. 2017- November 10. 2017

Curated by Emily H. Yin

Make Room
300 South Anderson Str
Los Angeles, CA 90033 

*For visit and other inquiries, email: info@makeroom.la







Giacomo Santiago Rogado at Galerie Mark Müller / Zurich

Giacomo Santiago Rogado
«Growing together through emotions over time»

26.8. – 14.10.2017

Galerie Mark Müller
Hafnerstr 44
8005 Zurich


Berit Schneidereit at COSAR HMT / Düsseldorf

Berit Schneidereit
Terrain

08.09. - 27.10.2017

COSAR HMT
Flurstr 57
40235 Düsseldorf
Germany


Sara Barker at Mary Mary / Glasgow


Sara Barker

The faces of older images

16.09.2017 — 28.10.2017


Mary Mary

51 Oswald Street
Glasgow  G1 4PA  Scotland  
UK




Anastasia Douka at Werft Raum für Kunst / Köln

Anastasia Douka – Animalier with no taste for the Sublime* 


Exhibition: September 09–30, 2017


Werft Raum für Kunst, Köln


Lucie Stahl and Henning Bohl at Schiefe Zaehne / Berlin

Lucie Stahl and Henning Bohl / SLYTHERIN'

September 15th – October 18th, 2017

Schiefe Zaehne, Schliemannstr. 37 10437 Berlin

Open: by appointment +49 179 1204102 / info@schiefe-zaehne.com




Christiane Blattmann at Damien & The Love Guru / Brussels

Christiane Blattmann / La Chute Enchantée

September 2 - October 7, 2017

Damien & The Love Guru
Rue de Tamines 19 - 1060 Brussels




Michael Berryhill at Kate Werble Gallery / New York

MICHAEL BERRYHILL 
A WINDOW, ADORE 
SEPTEMBER 9 – OCTOBER 28, 2017 

Kate Werble Gallery
83 Vandam Str
New York, NY 10013


Genesis Belanger at Mrs. / New York

GENESIS BELANGER

Cheap Cookie and a Tall Drink of Water 


September 9 - November 4, 2017 


Mrs.

60-40 56th Drive  

Maspeth, NY 11378 


New Means To Images at Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf

Seth Price, Katharina Sieverding, Jörg Sasse, Martin Kozlowski, Spiros Hadjidjanos

Curated by Benedikt Seerieder

Sep 09 2017 – Nov 04 2017

Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf
Hanauer Landstrasse 136
D-60314 Frankfurt am Main

Germany


Jamie Sneider at Gianni Manhattan / Vienna

Jamie Sneider
Süd

15.09. - 28.10.2017

Gianni Manhattan
Wassergasse 14
1030 Vienna
Austria



Rafael Pérez Evans at NOGUERAS BLANCHARD / Barcelona

Rafael Pérez Evans / Pavo Realengo

September 5th through September 23th. 

Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona
Carrer Isaac Peral, 7
08902 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat

Barcelona, Spain



Ragna Bley at Editorial / Vilnius

Ragna Bley / SUPERBODY SWEET

September 7 – 12, 2017

Editorial, Vilnius


Colin Penno at Berthold Pott / Cologne

Colin Penno / MOB

8 September – 7 October 2017

Berthold Pott
An der Schanz 1a
50735 Cologne



Elif Saydam at Ashley / Berlin

Elif Saydam / NO R.E.M.

On view September 15-September 24, 2017

Ashley
Oranienstrasse 37, 10999 Berlin



Reassembly by Tinos Quarry Platform in collaboration with the Cultural Foundation of Tinos / Cultural Foundation of Tinos, Tinos, Cyclades, Greece


Reassembly
with:
Adel Abidin Iraq / Finland / Jordan ), G Douglas Barrett (USA), Sari Carel (Israel / USA), Emma Dusong (France), Dora Economou ( Greece), Francesco Gagliardi (Italy / Canada), Giorgos Koumendakis (Greece), Alyssa Moxley (USA / Greece), Melody Nixon (New Zealand / USA), Lena Platonos (Greece), Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec (Slovenia / Netherlands), Raphael Sbrzesny (Germany), Petros Touloudis (Greece), Samson Young (Hong Kong), Hong-Kai Wang (Taiwan)
Curated by: G Douglas Barrett, Petros Touloudis

Duration: July 5 – October 31, 2017


Organized by:  
Tinos Quarry Platform in collaboration with the Cultural Foundation of Tinos

Venue:  
Cultural Foundation of Tinos, Tinos, Cyclades, Greece


Raphael Sbrzesny, Castel Volturno (2010),video, 4:25 min

Reassembly Exhibition View, Economou, Sambolec

OBJECT LESSONS at KV Verein für zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig e.V. / Leipzig

OBJECT LESSONS

7—23 September 2017

KV Verein für zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig e.V.

with:
Harun Farocki, Stephanie Kiwitt, Marie-Luise Marchand, Wenzel Stählin, Carsten Tabel  

Curated by Wenzel Stählin and Agnieszka Roguski



Opening : September 26, 2017 Neither Innocent Nor Guilty at Daily Lazy Projects Athens




Walt Van Beek
Erika Hock
Pim Kersten
Giorgos Kontis
Giacomo Santiago Rogado
Ilias Papailiakis
Antonis Pittas



Curated by Giorgos Kontis







The new is new in its relation to the old, to tradition.[1]

The aesthetic regime of the arts is first of all a new regime for relating to the past. It actually sets up as the very principle of artisticity the expressive relationship inherent in a time and a state of civilization.[2]




The making of art comes along with a sense of repetition; instead of a Tabula Rasa there is a confrontation and an endeavour in dealing and being in a dialogue with the past and the spectres that come along with it. The past as both heritage and burden, and a repetition that is inevitable yet impossible as well; the work of art rooted in tradition, yet an ever changing one with a sense of an aura being constantly redefined. Formalism after semiotics, medium specificity and a sense of materiality that becomes questioned and explored; expanded forms of painting and sculpture in an endeavour to trace their relationship and its continuity with the past, as well as with the exhibition space that hosts and witnesses that and becomes flexible -intangible and conceptual itself.

The making of art as well as the exhibition space as a figure are in an ever present challenge and demand to be in sync with their time. What emerges is a duality in the space the artwork inhabits; a space in language, in its medium and cultural context, and the exhibition space in which it is physically present.
A coexistence of the work with the past and within the cultural context, as well as within and with the exhibition space. And, a question about how seemingly traditional forms of art, such as sculpture and painting, function in relation to their present; being, simultaneously, in an open dialogue with the past and history of their medium and the heritage that follows it. The matter here is not a case of medium specificity, it is rather a state of flux of the aesthetic function of the work and how this is intertwined with the conditions that surround its making; a relationship between the work and its ground, whatever this may be.




Walt Van Beek is invited to create a site specific installation aspiring to function as a basis for the whole exhibition. A structure -conceptual or even intangible- aiming to relate to the space and to the function of exhibiting and displaying, and, through that, to form a place or ground for the other works.



Grégory Sugnaux at FAQ Galerie / Basel

Grégory Sugnaux (CH) / Palais de Confettis

1.-29.09.2017 each Friday 12-18

FAQ Galerie,
St. Johanns-Ring 133, 4056 Basel





DESTE PRIZE: AN ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION, 1999-2015 at Museum of Cycladic Art / Athens, Greece


DESTE PRIZE: AN ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION, 1999-2015 

participating artists: 
Loukia Alavanou, Anastasia Douka, Eirene Efstathiou, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Maria Papadimitriou, Angelo Plessas, Georgia Sagri, Kostas Sahpazis, and Panayota Tzamourani.

Duration: April 6 – September 17, 2017

Museum of Cycladic Art 
Stathatos Mansion
Vasilissis Sofias ave. & 1 Irodotou st. 
Athens 106 74 



Anastasia Douka 
LE COLLANT, 2017 (detail) -The thing you can’t get rid of-
Leather, rubber, paper, glue, employees biometric recognition system machine 
Dimensions variable 
Courtesy of the artist // Photo: George Sfakianakis 
Anastasia Douka 
LE COLLANT, 2017 (detail) -The thing you can’t get rid of-
Leather, rubber, paper, glue, employees biometric recognition system machine 
Dimensions variable 
Courtesy of the artist // Photo: George Sfakianakis 


Aki Sasamoto at Mendes Wood DM / São Paulo, Brasil


Aki Sasamoto

Wrong Happy Hour
12/8 - 16/9/2017


Mendes Wood DM
Jardins São Paulo 
Brasil