Weekly World Wide Exhibition Round Up

15 – 22 September 2015

YOUR GUIDE TO THE ART WORLD

WE HAVE ROUNDED UP A SELECTION OF UPCOMING SHOWS FOR YOU TO SEE BROUGHT TO YOU IN A REGULAR WEEKLY SNAPSHOT.

In the coming week there is:

Dan Graham

Marian Goodman Gallery

Opening 5 September – October 8 2015

This show of works by installation artist Dan Graham features his new pavilion, Passage Intimate, it is a hybrid between architecture and sculpture consisting of two curved walls made of semi-reflexive glass. Visitors are invited into the concave and at the same time convex passageway causing an intimate engagement. The visitor is positioned as an actor needed to implement the pavilion’s activation.

Marian Goodman Gallery
79 Rue Du Temple
75003 Paris
France

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Open House London 2015

ArtsLav

Opening 19 – 20 September 2015

Open House London is the opportunity to see some of London’s incredible architectural gems. A city wide open house weekend that allows you exclusive insight into London’s historic and contemporary buildings. ArtsLav is a former Victorian public lavatory turned art space. Original features include marble urinals. glass water tank, mosaic floor, ventilator shaft and horse trough.

ArtsLav
180 Kennington Lane
London
SE11 4UZ
U.K

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Kathryn Andrews: Trinity and Powers: In Search of Breadfruit

Gladstone Gallery

Opening 10 September – 9 October 2015

An exhibition of new wall works by Kathryn Andrews. Symbols of Hollywood, leisure and consumer culture collide with political sloganeering. With this merger arrives a complex and often humorous narrative of celebrity, politics, imperialism and individual agency. Andrews Juxtaposes contemporary celebrity culture with iconography of heroism and political campaigning in her sculptural paintings series, The Presidents.

Gladstone Gallery
12 Rue du Grand Cerf
Brussels
Belgium 1000

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Michael Krebber

Maureen Paley

Opening 5 September – 4 October 2015

This is the fifth solo exhibition by Michael Krebber at the gallery. Michael Krebber has long explored the premises, challenges, and possibilities of painting and has made investigative contributions to this discourse. He is a professor at the Städelschule since 2002 and was awarded the 2015 Wolfgang Hahn Prize.

Maureen Paley
21 Herald Street
London
E2 6JT
U.K

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A Utopian Stage: Festival of Arts Shiraz-Persepolis

Whitechapel Gallery

Opening 21 April – 4 October 2015

A display of archive film, photographs, original theatre programmes and posters are on display celebrating one of the most adventurous and distinctive festivals in the world – The Festival of Arts held around Shiraz, Iran from 1967 – 1977. The festival came to an end with the Iranian revolution but is now brought back to life in remembrance.

Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
London
E1 7QX
U.K

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Doris Salcedo

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Opening 26 June – October 12 2015

This major survey looks at the searing and deeply poetic work of Doris Salcedo. His practice has addressed the dramatic history of modern-day Colombia, as well as wider legacies of suffering stemming from colonialism, racism, and other forms of social injustice. Her work often begins with lengthy research processes during which the artist solicits testimonies from the victims of violent oppression. Her sculptures and installations eschew the direct representation of atrocities in favour of open-ended confluences of forms that are fashioned from evocative materials and intensely laborious techniques.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue, at 89th Street
New York
NY 10128-0173
U.K