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Pedro Reyes

28 February – 15 April 2017 Lisson Gallery, New York For his first solo exhibition with Lisson New York, Mexican artist Pedro Reyes presents a group of new sculptures made from volcanic stone, marble and concrete. Surrounding these are over 150 works on paper, installed floor-to-ceiling on the gallery walls.…

"DIE ZUGEZOGENEN" (THE NEWCOMERS) Elmgreen & Dragset

19 February - 27 August 2017 Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany For their upcoming solo exhibition Die Zugezogenen [The Newcomers], Elmgreen & Dragset will treat Haus Lange as it was originally intended: a family home. The artist duo will stage the moment that a fictional German family moves in. Having…

"WHEN I FELT LIKE I COULD SING THAT, THEN I FELT LIKE I WAS IN" TONY LEWIS

09 February - 08 April 2017 Massimo De Carlo, London Massimo De Carlo London is pleased to present When I Felt Like I Could Sing That, Then I Felt Like I Was In, an exhibition by Tony Lewis that will present a new body of work, shown for the first…

MARK TANSEY: REVERB

8 February – 25 March 2017 Gagosian Gallery, New York Picture a deck of cards based on eye-mind-hand contradictions. To play the game, select some cards, shuffle them, and continue by finding new analogies. You make up the cards as you go. You perform the contradictions in order to realize…

SVENJA DEININGER AT THE SECESSION

Echo of a Mirror Fragment 2 February – 26 March 2017 Secession, Vienna With Svenja Deininger the Secession is presenting an artist who represents a younger generation of Austrian painters in its main exhibition space. Deininger, who was born in Vienna in 1974 first studied in Münster under conceptual artist…

SALLY MANN REMEMBERED LIGHT: CY TWOMBLY IN LEXINGTON

25 January - 25 March 2017 Gagosian Gallery, Paris There is a sense of immutable, eternal life. And in these new works there is a sense about Cy’s own continuum—the ongoing quality of his great legacy and his art—it’s not a memorialization, it’s a living thing.—Sally Mann Gagosian Paris is…

KATHARINA GROSSE

19 January - 11 March 2017 Gagosian Gallery, New York A painting is simply a screen between the producer and the spectator where both can look at the thought processes residing on the screen from different angles and points in time. It enables me to look at the residue of…

Kader Attia - Reason’s Oxymorons

January 13—March 4, 2017 Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce its second solo exhibition for Kader Attia. This will be the New York debut of Attia’s multimedia video installation, Reason’s Oxymorons (2015), which premiered at the 13th Biennale de Lyon in 2015. Reason’s Oxymorons is…

HELEN KNOWLES: THE TRIAL OF SUPERDEBTHUNTERBOT

19 January–26 February 2017 Zabludowicz Collection, London Can an algorithm be held culpable for its actions in a court of law? In her ongoing project The Trial of Superdebthunterbot Helen Knowles explores questions of ethics and accountability in relation to the increasing, and often unseen, computer automation of our lives.…

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