WE HAVE ROUNDED UP A SELECTION OF UPCOMING SHOWS FOR YOU TO SEE BROUGHT TO YOU IN A REGULAR WEEKLY SNAPSHOT.
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:
Einat Amir: I Will Be Your Guide for This Session
Opening 24 April – 30 May 2015
This exhibition marks Einat Amir’s first solo show in Chicago and her inaugural exhibition with Aspect/Ratio. Amir primarily works through video and performance, aiming to produce a meeting ground for sociopolitical issues. This show takes two groups of participants at a time and sets them on a journey of psychoanalytical and physical exercises and discovery. Employing scientific methodologies, Amir’s social experiment involves intuitive improvisation, physical interaction and a display of video documentations, two of which were previously shown at Performa13.
119 N Peoria
Marian Goodman Gallery
Opening 29 April – 6 June 2015
Struth’s first solo show in London since 2011 consists of a selection of new photographic works merged together from two different recent projects. They includes photographs made in Israel and Palestine as well as ones of scientific and technological research in California. His images meet the challenge of condensing an epic narrative into a still image, exploring human drama and its relation to place.
Marian Goodman Gallery
5 – 8 Lower John Street
——————————————————Smiljan Radić: Radić Pavilion
Hauser & Wirth
Opening 21 March 2015
The Somerset branch of Hauser & Wirth is launching an exciting pavilion designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radić. It was featured during the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion series in 2014. A vast programme of exhibitions, events and installations about architecture are planned to coincide with Radić’s new construction. The design is based on garden follies that were once popular from the late 16th century to the beginning of the 19th century.
Hauser & Wirth Somerset
Dropping Lane, Bruton
Opening 1 May – 8 May
This is the debut exhibition by the all-female art group SIRENS. The exhibition examines femininity in mass consumer culture; exploring the representation of the feminine in 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s American and British culture and society. The show is taking place in ArtsLav – a former Victorian public lavatory now turned into an art space. Drive-Thru transforms the Lavs into a film set, featuring photography, found-object instalation and video. Be prepared to be transported back through time and space. Curated by Kosha Hussain.
http://www.artslav.com/event/drive-thru/——————————————————Karma: Love for Three Oranges
Opening 23 April – 20 June 2015
A group exhibition created by New York-based, Karma. Featuring works by 12 artists including Sarah Lucas, Nate Lowman and Paul Lee, the show encompasses a broad spectrum of media which look at the interrelations between colour, meaning and their many in between nuances. The show takes its name from a line in Charles Bukowski’s Three Oranges.
12 Rue du Grand Cerf
——————————————————Tal R: Chimney School of Sculpture
Victoria Miro: Gallery I
Opening 23 April – 30 May 2015
An exhibition of new work by Copenhagen-based artist Tal R. The artist describes his methodology of collecting vast amounts of imagery, figurative and abstract, as ‘kolbojnik’, meaning ‘leftovers’ in Hebrew. Tal R prefers the non-hierarchical style of exhibiting, often seeming like there’s a lack of linear narratives and collective meaning. The exhibition includes works of sculpture, furniture, paintings and works on paper. As well as works using fabric, wood and readymades, a selection of his sculptures explore the materiality and volatile process of ancient Japanese Raku ceramic firing.
16 Wharf Road
——————————————————Yinka Shonibare MBE: The William Morris Family Album
William Morris Gallery
Open until 7 June 2015
The internationally renown British-Nigerian artist, Yinka Shonibare is turning his attention to the William Morris family. In his characteristic textile-based fashion of looking at globalisation, trade, culture and identity, Shonibare has recreated a collection of photographs from the Morris album in his own style of cultural comparison, asking the viewer to contemplate on the notion of equality in Morris’ time and our own.
William Morris Gallery
——————————————————AA Bronson: Hexenmeister
Opening 18 April – 31 May 2015
On the upper floor of the Maureen Paley gallery features Treehouse, a new work by Berlin-Based Canadian artist, AA Bronson. Shamanistic in aesthetic, with a primal attitude, he explores the theme of spirituality and magic. The back room also features QUEER ZINES, an exhibit of over 100 queer publications from the mid-seventies to today. Many available to read.
21 Herald Street