Friday, November 28
Russian artist Andrei Roiter, who began his career in Moscow in the 1980s, presents a selection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installations made between 2008 and 2014. As the title of the exhibition, “Inside Out,” suggests, Roiter’s works turn the everyday into the unexpected.
Andrei Roiter Inside Out
Annette Kelm’s recent photographs include a series titled “Latzhose” (Dungarees), which depicts a pair of purple overalls. Referencing the 1970s German feminist activists who challenged standard uniform colors (blue for men and red for women) by donning lilac-dyed overalls, Kelm continues her exploration of unspectacular everyday items that hold powerful cultural significance.
Annette Kelm In the Realm of
Nico Colón addresses issues of climate change with his current show comprising nine paintings—each a hybrid of oil paint and digitally printed imagery—and one sculptural sound work. The artist’s first-ever sound installation plays through speakers adorned with large digital prints and echoes throughout the rooms of the gallery.
Nico Colón High Tide
New York–based photographer Talia Chetrit continues to explore the relationship between art and life with her latest photographs and video works. Using her parents as portrait subjects, Chetrit accompanies these still photographs with a video recording that documents the photo session’s underlying awkwardness while exposing Chetrit’s directorial presence as a photographer.
Talia Chetrit Model
The Palazzo Reale’s current exhibition brings together an impressive 126 works by nineteenth-century painter, Giovanni Segantini—a celebrated artist during his lifetime, whose work has been rediscovered by critics and art historians in the twentieth century. Celebrating the entirety of Segantini’s short, but intense career, the exhibition is divided into eight chronological sections and also features some of artist’s personal affairs including letters, photographs, and books.
Santi Moix’s first exhibition at M77 Gallery includes forty new paintings in oil and watercolor. The Catalan artist, who is now based in New York, also presents a site-specific installation.
Santi Moix Brooklyn Studio
The current exhibition of works by Joan Jonas, who will represent the US in the 2015 Venice Biennale, presents both historic and recent pieces. In addition to ten installations and nine single-channel videos, the show features a new video conceived specially for HangarBicocca.
Joan Jonas Light Time Tales
Borrowing from the Archivio Mulas, this exhibition of work by the late photographer Ugo Mulas runs simultaneously in Lia Rumma’s galleries in Milan and Naples. Curated by Tina Kukielski, the show includes Mulas’s portraits of some of the best-known artists of the twentieth century including Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, and Andy Warhol. Also on view are rarely seen examples of Mulas’s experimental photographs from the late 1960s.
Ugo Mulas The Sensitive Surface
American artist T. J. Wilcox’s new video work is based on Jacques Offenbach’s opera The Tales of Hoffmann (1881) and uses the voices and music from a production by New York's Metropolitan Opera. Wilcox’s first fully animated work invents a cast of anthropomorphized characters.
To mark the twentieth anniversary of the death of Alighiero e Boetti, Christian Stein is hosting one part of a dual-venue retrospective, organized in conjunction with the Fondazione Alighiero e Boetti. In 1967 and 1968, Stein’s gallery (then based in Turin) organized Boetti’s first solo exhibitions and works from these historic shows are now reunited at the gallery’s current Milan location. Meanwhile, monumental works are presented vast Expo Milan 2015 area in Pero. In total approximately sixty works by the late Italian artist are on view.
Alighiero e Boetti Tra sé e sé, abbracciare il Mondo