Penny Goring: Penny WorldBy Maximiliane Leuschner
Penny World at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London spans three galleries over two floors, sharing glimpses of the thirty-year-long career of Penny Goring, an artist and poet who has long worked on the fringes of the London art world, from her early days at Kingston School of Art in the early nineties until today.
Howardena Pindell: A New LanguageBy Maximiliane Leuschner
Currently at Kettles Yard in Cambridgeformer home to British art collectors Jim and Helen EdePindell unfolds her new approachfrom abstraction to filmic confrontationover three galleries on two floors in the annexed exhibition galleries.
Simone Fattal: Finding a WayBy Maximiliane Leuschner
Finding a Way is foremost a meditation on fragments, a topic that has long preoccupied Fattal.
Fehras Publishing Practices: Borrowed Faces: Future RecallBy Maximiliane Leuschner
Borrowed Faces: Future Recall at The Mosaic Rooms in London is Fehras Publishing Practices institutional debut in the United Kingdom.
Pablo Bronstein: Hell in its HeydayBy Maximiliane Leuschner
Architectural fantasias run deeply through Pablo Bronsteins veins. At the age of 16, the Argentinian-British (or British-Latinx) artist redecorated his bedroom in drabby Neasden, a West London suburb, transforming it into an iridescent Baroque palazzo.
The Many Face(t)s of Michael ClarkBy Maximiliane Leuschner
Cosmic Dancer retrospective on Scottish choreographer and dancer Michael Clark explores his screen, set, and stage collaboration with fellow artists.
Eight Commandments of ChoreographyBy Maximiliane Leuschner
The Kolumba in Cologne, Germany, explores what fine arts can learn from dance, and has, together with tanz.Köln, devised a comprehensive program of live performances, screenings, podcasts, video teasers, and more for a yearlong presentation.