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  • Ends October 17th 2015

  • Curator Alison Gingeras makes an audacious claim in this transgenerational, bicoastal exhibition: Cobra, the avant-garde movement that united under a mandate of total freedom of color, form, and enmity toward Surrealism, did not end in 1951, when the group disbanded. Compiling a genealogy of modern and contemporary works, Gingeras illuminates the way the group’s tenets manifested in ensuing decades, while emphasizing how our current moment makes Cobra’s object more urgent than ever.

    The Avant-Garde Won't Give Up: Cobra and it's Legacy

    Sep 9 - Oct 17, 2015

    Blum & Poe | New York

    19 East 66th Street  / +12122492249 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 24th 2015

  • Thrill, alienation, and repression form the bedrock of this dark and obsessive presentation, devoted exclusively to Mike Kelley’s “Kandors” series (1999–2011). Produced in conjunction with the Mike Kelley Foundation, this marks the artist’s posthumous debut with Hauser & Wirth.

    Mike Kelley

    Sep 10 - Oct 24, 2015

    Hauser & Wirth | Chelsea

    511 West 18th Street  / +12127944970 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • The intricate wire sculptures of German-born, Venezuelan artist Gego articulate architectural space and delineate the body in a play of radical abstraction, ultimately positing the medium as Ur-form. This two-part exhibition, organized in collaboration with Fundación Gego, brings together crucial works from her oeuvre.

    Gego Autobiography of a Line

    Sep 9 - Oct 24, 2015

    Dominique Lévy | New York

    909 Madison Avenue  / +12127722004 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • From 1964 to 1967, Anne Truitt lived and worked in Tokyo: It was here that she adopted aluminum as a medium, crafting twenty-three sculptures that she destroyed in the early 1970s, ultimately deciding the material was incompatible with her vision. “Anne Truitt in Japan” brings together a full range of works on paper from this period. A catalogue with an essay by art historian Anna Lovatt, full-color reproductions, and an extensive chronology accompanies the show.

    Anne Truitt Anne Truitt in Japan

    Sep 10 - Oct 24, 2015

    Matthew Marks Gallery | 523 W. 24th Street

    523 W. 24th Street  / +12122430200 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 29th 2015

  • These are noble, proverbial sculptures: expressionistic masks made of corrugated cardboard that have been cast in bronze and painted in distinctive hues. Operating within a genealogy of modern art (Pablo Picasso, André Derain, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner) and the ancestry of the mask as an object of ritual, this is the play of pure possession.

    Mark Grotjahn Painted Sculpture

    Sep 10 - Oct 29, 2015

    Anton Kern Gallery

    532 West 20th Street  / +12123679663 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 31st 2015

  • Serjei Jensen recently broke from his signature abstractions, debuting lyrical, figurative paintings evocative of Renaissance, Romantic, and proto-modernist sources. Gone are his stark textiles, replaced by works made with a technique resembling tempera or fresco painting.

    Sergej Jensen

    Sep 10 - Oct 31, 2015

    Galerie Buchholz | New York

    17 East 82nd Street  / +16469644276 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Opens Today, October 13th 2015

  • Following in the footsteps of Anish Kapoor and Ai Wewei, the Mexican artist has created a work to fill the Tate’s enormous Turbine Hall. Empty Lot, 2015, consists of 240 triangular soil-filled planters that will, hopefully, sprout during the course of the exhibition.

    Abraham Cruzvillegas Empty Lot

    Oct 13, 2015 - Apr 3, 2016

    Tate Modern

    Bankside  / +442078878888 /
    Mon - Thu 10am to 6pm, Fri - Sat 10am to 10pm, Sun 10am to 6pm

  • Opens Tomorrow, October 14th 2015

  • The fair’s thirteenth edition brings together 164 galleries from 27 countries under a bespoke tent in London’s Regent’s Park. Highlights in the main section include solo presentations by Camille Henrot, Chris Martin, Ken Okiishi, Xu Qu, and Mary Weatherford, while the Focus section will feature emerging talents such as Amie Siegel, Samara Scott, and Jesse Wine.

    Frieze London 2015

    Oct 14 - 17, 2015

    Frieze Art Fair | London

    South Regent's Park  / +442033726111 /

  • The fourth edition of Frieze Masters hosts 131 modern and historical art galleries and debuts a new section, “Collections,” curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal. Artists participating in “Frieze Masters Talks” include Abraham Cruzvillegas, Ellen Gallagher, Michaël Borremans, and Lawrence Weiner.

    Frieze Masters

    Oct 14 - 18, 2015

    Frieze Masters

    Regent's Park  / +442033726111 /

  • Ends October 23rd 2015

  • Coco Fusco’s film And the Sea Will Talk to You, 2012, premiered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2012. Londoners can now watch the Cuban-American artist and writer’s vertiginous sea and sky footage—a poetic description of immigration—while seated in inflatable inner tubes similar to those many Cubans use while attempting to reach the United States.

    Coco Fusco And the Sea Will Talk to You

    Sep 3 - Oct 23, 2015

    Cecilia Brunson Projects

    Royal Oak Yard, Bermondsey Street  / +442073579274 /
    Tue - Fri 2pm to 6pm, Sat 12pm to 4pm

  • Ends October 31st 2015

  • Early steel and acrylic sculptures and pastels by American artist, writer, and activist Judy Chicago reveal the influence of Minimalism on the artist’s nascent work. A selection of porcelain test plates, meanwhile, provide insight into Chicago’s intensive study of china painting leading up to her chef d’oeuvre The Dinner Party, 1979, on permanent display at the Brooklyn Museum.

    Judy Chicago

    Sep 14 - Oct 31, 2015


    79 Beak Street  / +442074390000 /
    Mon - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends November 7th 2015

  • The American artist’s first show with Victoria Miro presents new works that have been conceived specifically for the gallery’s space. Among them: a large cut-paper installation, photographic wallpaper depicting a mountain that was once declared the spiritual home of the KKK (a collaboration with photographer and filmmaker Ari Marcopoulos), and a series of monumental works in which she confronts stereotypes of “low” art such as folk art, graffiti, and primitivism.

    Kara Walker Go to Hell or Atlanta, Whichever Comes First

    Sep 30 - Nov 7, 2015

    Victoria Miro Gallery | 16 Wharf Road

    16 Wharf Road  / +442073368109 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends November 21st 2015

  • This exhibition, the first ever dedicated to Nancy Holt’s “Locator” sculptures, begun in the 1970s, was conceived in partnership with the American artist before her death last year. Although these seminal sculptures have rarely been shown, Holt considered them a crucial part of her oeuvre and a direct link to her iconic Land art works.

    Nancy Holt Locators

    Oct 8 - Nov 21, 2015


    18 Woodstock Street  / +442074951969 /
    Tue - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 10am to 5pm

  • Ends November 29th 2015

  • Though similar in style to the Berlin-based artist’s previous large-scale sculptural installations, Djordjadze’s latest work also represents a significant departure. Instead of found objects and materials from the artist’s studio, the components of this site-specific work are all newly made.


    Oct 2 - Nov 29, 2015

    South London Gallery

    65 - 67 Peckham Road  / +442077036120 /
    Tue 11am to 6pm, Wed 11am to 9pm, Thu - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends December 13th 2015

  • Ai’s first major show in the UK features everyday objects and sacred artifacts that shed light on the trials of contemporary Chinese life. Grand constellations of bicycles and wooden stools appear more somber in the presence of a bronze cast of the bones of an intellectual who perished in one of Mao’s labor camps.

    Ai Weiwei

    Sep 19 - Dec 13, 2015

    Royal Academy of Arts | Burlington House

    Burlington House, Piccadilly  / +442073008000 /
    Sat - Thu 10am to 6pm, Fri 10am to 10pm

  • Ends January 24th 2016

  • Arguing that Pop was more than just an American phenomenon celebrating Western consumer culture, this fall blockbuster brings together artworks from the 1960s and ’70s from Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. In addition to offering a global view of the Pop movement, the show also challenges the predominant male perspective by presenting work by twenty-five female artists.

    The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop

    Sep 17, 2015 - Jan 24, 2016

    Tate Modern

    Bankside  / +442078878888 /
    Mon - Thu 10am to 6pm, Fri - Sat 10am to 10pm, Sun 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 24th 2015

  • Here, Mexican artist Gabriel Kuri presents a selection of sculptural works made with glass and stone. New stone sculptures suggest a mix of naturally occurring rock formations and man-made interventions, while the glass works—custom-made museum-style vitrines—house odd assortments of thematically organized objects alternately collected and produced by the artist.

    Gabriel Kuri An Old Niche for Your New Need

    Sep 16 - Oct 24, 2015

    Esther Schipper

    Schöneberger Ufer 65  / +4930374433133 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Ends October 31st 2015

  • Cheyney Thompson’s latest paintings represent different kinds of spatial models, each born out of a complex multistep procedure. For example, a group of six large vertical paintings is based on photographs the artist took of Galerie Buchholz’s empty exhibition spaces, which he then matched to values on the Munsell color chart.

    Cheyney Thompson Chambered Shells and Birdwings

    Sep 19 - Oct 31, 2015

    Galerie Buchholz | Berlin

    Fasanenstraße 30  / +493088624056 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Brooklyn-based artist Nicole Eisenman shows recent works on paper made with a mix of watercolor, ink, and graphite. The primarily large-format figurative representations reference politics and popular culture as well as the artist’s personal experiences.

    Nicole Eisenman The Kiss

    Sep 6 - Oct 31, 2015

    Galerie Barbara Weiss

    Kohlfurter Strasse 41/43  / +49302624284 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • The Japanese artist’s first exhibition in Germany since 2008 presents new paintings and drawings. Dogs, melancholic wide-eyed children, and punk rock remain Nara’s primary subjects.

    Yoshitomo Nara

    Sep 16 - Oct 31, 2015

    Johnen Galerie

    Marienstrasse 10  / +493027583030 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Ends November 1st 2015

  • The title of Camille Henrot’s show, “The Pale Fox,” refers to a study published in 1965 by two French anthropologists about the Dogon tribe of Burkina Faso and Mali. Henrot evokes this ethnographic context with a room-filling installation wherein found objects (issues of National Geographic, primitive sculptures, fruits, and coffee mugs) are presented on architectural mounts and pedestals.

    Camille Henrot The Pale Fox

    Sep 4 - Nov 1, 2015


    St. Agnes, Alexandrinenstrasse 118-121  / +493026103080 /
    Tue - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends November 14th 2015

  • This show’s title, “Sigmunds Höhle” (Sigmund’s Cave), describes the Freudian universe evoked by Baselitz’s paintings in which painter and subject become one and the same. To create his recent paintings of dogs, the artist worked “doggy-style,” crawling on all fours over, around, and on top of canvases laid flat on the floor.

    Georg Baselitz Sigmunds Höhole / Sigmunds Cave

    Oct 1 - Nov 14, 2015

    Contemporary Fine Arts Galerie (CFA)

    Am Kupfergraben 10  / +49302887870 /
    Tue - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Ends November 22nd 2015

  • This presentation by Paul McCarthy refers to the artist’s 2005 work, Paul Dreaming. Vertical, Horizontal. Using his own body as a point of reference, McCarthy transforms the Schinkel Pavillon’s unique octagonal gallery into a morbid and sacred space.

    Paul McCarthy

    Sep 11 - Nov 22, 2015

    Schinkel Pavillon

    Oberwallstrasse 1, Schinkel Pavillon  / +493020886444 /
    Thu - Sun 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends December 6th 2015

  • This comprehensive retrospective dedicated to Piet Mondrian—the first of its kind in Berlin in almost fifty years—includes works from the 1890s through the 1940s. The bulk of the exhibition comes from the collection of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, the Netherlands, which lent forty works by the Dutch painter.

    Piet Mondrian. The Line Piet Mondrian

    Sep 4 - Dec 6, 2015


    Niederkirchnerstraße 7  / +4930254860 /
    Wed - Mon 10am to 7pm

  • Ends December 12th 2015

  • Continuing his monumental “Shapes Project,” begun in 2005, Allan McCollum presents a new series, “Shapes Spinoffs,” which comprises 144 hand-lathed ash-wood sculptures. Presented in groups of six, the unique wooden forms are displayed on twenty-four wooden tables.

    Allan McCollum

    Oct 2 - Dec 12, 2015

    Galerie Thomas Schulte

    Charlottenstrasse 24  / +493020608990 /
    Tue - Fri 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends January 31st 2016

  • The light installations by American artist Dan Flavin currently on view include a fabulous sculpture made in 1989 with red, pink, yellow, blue, and green fluorescent bulbs on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of Leo Castelli's gallery. The exhibition, which presents works from 1964 to 1992, marks the late artist’s first solo show in Berlin since his 2000 retrospective at the Deutsche Guggenheim.

    Dan Flavin

    Sep 4, 2015 - Jan 31, 2016

    Galerie Bastian

    Am Kupfergraben 10  / +493020673840 /
    Thu - Fri 11am to 5:30pm, Sat 11am to 4pm

  • Ends October 24th 2015

  • Matthew Barney presents totemic cast-bronze sculptures that conjure the central narrative of his 2014 opus, River of Fundament. Six are displayed here, while the remaining works are on view at LA MoCA. Note his distinct casting process, developed over the past year, which guarantees unpredictability and marks a departure from his signature thermal plastic and petroleum.

    Matthew Barney Water Castings: Fourteen Pieces

    Sep 11 - Oct 24, 2015

    Regen Projects | 6750 Santa Monica Blvd

    6750 Santa Monica Blvd  / +13102765424 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends November 1st 2015

  • Rebecca Morris’s current outing, “Rose Cut,” brings together new canvases that pair lilac, salmon, and mustard hues with garnet and mahogany, pebble gray, and pistachio green. Each color is expressed in an array of shapes—cavorting triangles, speckles, quadrilaterals, half-moons, lightning bolts—that are built up over a gridded base, creating compositions that are supergraphic and fantastic.

    Rebecca Morris Rose Cut

    Sep 11 - Nov 1, 2015

    356 S. Mission Rd.

    356 South Mission Road  / +13236093162 /
    Wed - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends November 5th 2015

  • Loss is an operating principle in this show, which includes monolithic sculptures of Claro walnut wood, each evoking the look of a basket. Lassry’s signature framed silver gelatin prints are also on view, conjuring a world overwhelmed and exhausted by images. What is missing? Storage, Lassry answers.

    Elad Lassry

    Sep 24 - Nov 5, 2015

    David Kordansky Gallery

    5130 West Edgewood Place  / +13239353030 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends November 7th 2015

  • As usual, no lengthy press release or images have been released for this exhibition, her first with the gallery. One must work from what one knows about Trisha Donnelly’s divinatory practice—precise, meticulous, epic.

    Trisha Donnelly Trisha Donnelly

    Sep 26 - Nov 7, 2015

    Matthew Marks Gallery | 1062 N Orange Grove

    1062 N Orange Grove  / +13236541830 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends December 20th 2015

  • Alex Hubbard opens Maccarone’s enormous new Los Angeles space with a series of sultry large-scale works. Hubbard has poured urethane, resin, and fiberglass onto stretcher bars to create glass-like surfaces. Pools of opaque oils in amber, amethyst, sapphire, seaweed green—amid long, thick strokes of auto-body paint—build up compositions over each three-dimensional form.

    Alex Hubbard Basic Perversions

    Sep 19 - Dec 20, 2015

    Maccarone | Los Angeles

    300 South Mission Road  / +13234062587 /
    Wed - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends October 15th 2015

  • Dan Graham’s new pavilion structure made of steel and two-way mirrors is presented in conjunction with his rock opera, Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty. This show is timed to coincide with two outdoor exhibitions in France, at the Cité Radieuse in Marseille (MAMO) and Place Vendome in Paris.

    Dan Graham

    Sep 5 - Oct 15, 2015

    Marian Goodman Gallery | Paris

    79 rue du Temple  / +33148047052 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends October 17th 2015

  • Thilo Heinzmann presents paintings on a variety of supports including canvas, aluminum, wood and polystyrene. Drawing attention to the variability of both paint as a material and painting as an art form, Heinzmann’s luscious abstract compositions are consistently inconsistent.

    Thilo Henizmann Détours, Hasards & Monsieur Heinzmann

    Sep 12 - Oct 17, 2015

    Galerie Perrotin | Turenne

    76 rue de Turenne  / +33142167979 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends October 25th 2015

  • More than twenty Paris galleries are participating in the second edition of the sculpture exhibition held in the gardens of Sèvres Cité de la céramique (France’s national ceramics museum and manufacturer.) This year’s artists roster includes Katinka Bock, Johan Creten, Dewar & Gicquel, Ryan Gander, Mathieu Mercier, Yue Minjun, and Zoé Williams, among others.

    May 20 - Oct 25, 2015

    Sèvres Outdoors

    2 Place de la Manufacture  / +33146292200 /

  • Ends October 31st 2015

  • For his first solo exhibition in France German-born, Paris-based painter Tim Eitel presents new portraits and landscapes, which are as haunting as they are familiar. Initially working from photographs, Eitel reduces his subject matter to the bare essentials: form, color, and composition.


    Sep 12 - Oct 31, 2015

    Jousse Entreprise

    6 rue Saint-Claude  / +33153821018 /
    11am to 7pm daily

  • Ends November 8th 2015

  • Curated by Christian Boltanski, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Chiara Parisi, this exhibition revisits a show (of the same title, also curated by Boltanski and Obrist) held at London’s Serpentine Gallery in 1995. True to the original concept, projects by Maria Eichhorn, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Gilbert & George, Douglas Gordon, Carsten Höller, Fabrice Hyber, Lawrence Weiner, Franz West, James Lee Byars, Jeremy Deller, Andrea Fraser, Roman Ondak, Yoko Ono, and Philippe Parreno, among others, are designed to be distributed over the course of the exhibition and will eventually disappear.

    Take Me (I'm Yours)

    Sep 16 - Nov 8, 2015

    Monnaie de Paris

    11 quai de Conti /
    Sun - Wed 11am to 7pm, Fri - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends November 15th 2015

  • Tracing nearly a century of artwork made in the Democratic Republic of Congo, this exhibition begins with the birth of modern painting there in the 1920s. While the focus of the show is on painting, the diversity of Congolese artistic production is demonstrated through the inclusion of music, sculpture, photography, and comics.

    Beauté Congo 1926–2015 Congo Kitoko

    Jul 11 - Nov 15, 2015

    Fondation Cartier Pour l'Art Contemporain

    261 boulevard Raspail  / +33142185650 /
    Tue 11am to 10pm, Wed - Sun 11am to 8pm

  • Ends February 1st 2016

  • Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s solo exhibition takes over the Centre Pompidou with more than thirty works presented as a labyrinth of environmental installations. Eschewing the parameters of a typical retrospective, the French artist references a period that extends well beyond her own lifetime: 1887–2058.

    Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster 1887 - 2058

    Sep 23, 2015 - Feb 1, 2016

    Centre Pompidou

    Place Georges-Pompidou  / +33144781233 /
    Wed - Mon 11am to 10pm

  • Ends October 31st 2015

  • Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s third solo exhibition at this gallery marks the tenth anniversary of the duo’s debut with Giò Marconi. Their new installation fills the space with a mysterious landscape comprising bird sculptures, waterfall animations, and dramatic lighting effects.

    Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg A thief caught in the act

    Sep 16 - Oct 31, 2015

    Giò Marconi

    via Tadino 20  / +390229404373 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • This exhibition presents over thirty works by Vincenzo Agnetti made between the late 1960s and 1980s. The Italian conceptualist’s multifaceted output mixes mathematics, art theory, photography, and sculpture.

    Vincenzo Agnetti Testimonianza

    May 19 - Oct 31, 2015

    Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti

    Corso Monforte 23  / +3902795251 /
    Mon - Fri 11am to 7pm

  • The monumental triptych by Lucio Fontana on view in the newly renovated Fondazione Marconi has been installed according to the artist’s own drawings (which are also on view as part of this exhibition.) Additional works made between 1951 and 1968 demonstrate the artist’s diverse creative output, which ranges from figuration to pure abstraction.

    Lucio Fontana

    Apr 24 - Oct 31, 2015

    Fondazione Marconi

    Via Tadino 15  / +390229419232 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 1pm, Tue - Sat 3pm to 7pm

  • Ends November 1st 2015

  • Curated by Italian art historian Giovanni Lista, this exhibition of Futurist photography includes more than one hundred works borrowed from public and private collections. A section devoted to the “Fotodinamismo” treatise explores how the Futurists’ interest in movement translates to still photography.

    Fotografia Futurista

    Jun 10 - Nov 1, 2015

    Galleria Carla Sozzani

    Corso Como 10 /
    Sun - Tue 10:30am to 7:30pm, Fri - Sat 10:30am to 9pm

  • Ends November 7th 2015

  • The Canadian artist’s recent sculptures made with everyday items focus on textiles such as blankets, clothing, and fabric samples. Works on view include wool blankets hanging from metal hangers (with and without plastic dry-cleaning bags) and folded cotton garments encased in cubes of translucent silicone rubber.

    Liz Magor

    Sep 23 - Nov 7, 2015


    VIa Stilicone 10  / +393397656292 /
    Wed - Sat 2:30pm to 7pm

  • Known for his large black-and-white paintings that incorporate text in a variety of languages, American artist Tony Lewis here presents two new bodies of work. One series was made using a nineteenth-century stenographic system, while the other consists of large sheets of graphite-covered paper hung together to suggest a brick wall.

    Tony Lewis Wordnonpsuedo

    Sep 17 - Nov 7, 2015

    Massimo De Carlo | Milan

    Via Giovanni Ventura, 5  / +390270003987 /
    Tue - Sat 11:30am to 7:30pm

  • Ends November 12th 2015

  • The Los Angeles–based artist’s latest “painting-objects” explore an eclectic range of inherited systems and structures developed over centuries of human existence. Molzan examines cultural artifacts (such as eating implements) and practices (such as the act of putting paint on a flat surface).

    Dianna Molzan Earthquake Weather

    Sep 17 - Nov 12, 2015

    Kaufmann Repetto

    Via di Porta Tenaglia, 7  / +390272094331 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7:30pm

  • Ends November 15th 2015

  • Curated by Massimiliano Gioni, this exhibition traces iconographies of motherhood through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The 127 works by international artists celebrate femininity across a range of cultural artifacts, from Stone Age fertility figures to postfeminist art.

    The Great Mother

    Aug 26 - Nov 15, 2015

    Palazzo Reale

    Piazza del Duomo, 12  / +39020202 /
    Mon - Tue 2:30pm to 7:30pm, Tue - Wed 9:30am to 7:30pm, Thu 9:30am to 10:30pm, Fri 9:30am to 7:30pm, Sat 9:30am to 10:30pm, Sun 9:30am to 7:30pm

  • Ends November 21st 2015

  • On view at Raffaella Cortese’s Via Stradella 7 gallery, the final part of Francesco Arena’s show is an installation of handmade sculptures referencing the Bamiyan Buddhas destroyed by the Taliban in 2001.

    Francesco Arena sette, uno, quattro

    Sep 24 - Nov 21, 2015

    Galleria Raffaella Cortese | Via Stradella 7

    Via Stradella 7  / +39022043555 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 7:30pm

  • The title of Francesco Arena’s first show at this gallery refers to the street numbers of Raffaella Cortese’s three exhibition spaces #1, #4, and #7 Via Stradella, all of which the Italian artist takes over with his work. Here, at Via Stradella 1, Cortese presents three bronze self-portraits.

    Francesco Arena sette, uno, quattro

    Sep 24 - Nov 21, 2015

    Galleria Raffaella Cortese | Via Stradella 1

    Via Stradella 1  / +39022043555 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 1pm, Tue - Sat 3pm to 7:30pm

  • The second part of Francesco Arena’s show fills Raffaella Cortese’s Via Stradella 4 location with two granite slabs engraved with a Susan Sontag quote.

    Francesco Arena sette, uno, quattro

    Sep 24 - Nov 21, 2015

    Galleria Raffaella Cortese | Via Stradella 4

    Via Stradella 4  / +39022043555 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 1pm, Tue - Sat 3pm to 7:30pm

  • Ends December 5th 2015

  • The large-scale photographs by Thomas Struth presented here hail from three separate recent projects documenting places of scientific research, Disneyland, and Israel and Palestine. The exhibition comes in advance of Struth’s retrospective, which will open at Essen’s Museum Folkwang before traveling to other venues in Germany and the US.

    Thomas Struth

    Sep 24 - Dec 5, 2015

    Monica De Cardenas | Milan

    Via Francesco Viganò 4  / +390229010068 /
    Tue - Fri 3pm to 7pm, Sat 12pm to 7pm