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Naama Tsabar

November 2008

This exhibition is twenty-six-year-old Israeli-born, New York–based artist Naama Tsabar’s Italian debut. On entering the gallery, one encounters Night Falls-Gaffer (all works 2008), a large sheet of white fabric, hanging from the ceiling, … READ ON

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Sirra Sigrún Sigurđardóttir

June 2008

One of the most active artist-run spaces in Reykjavik, Kling & Bang, is hosting, on the occasion of the Reykjavik Arts Festival, an exhibition by one of the gallery's founders, Sirra Sigrún Sigurðardóttir. Titled “Uncertainty Principle,” it… READ ON

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“Art Against Architecture”

June 2008

Should art fill space or actively construct it? This seems to be the premise of “Art Against Architecture,” a group show held in this challenging space. (The museum, built according to a 1980s-era postmodern style, is the antithesis of the … READ ON

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Mirjam Thomann and Jan Timme

April 2008

This spare exhibition presents three works, one by each artist and a third made collaboratively, by Berlin-based artists Mirjam Thomann and Jan Timme. By leaving the gallery nearly empty, the artists give the works room to question more … READ ON

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Patricia Esquivias

February 2008

For her New York solo debut, Caracas-born, New York–based Patricia Esquivias presents a video duet at two locations. In White Columns’ White Room is a selection from her ongoing series “Reads like the Paper,” 2005–, a cut-and-paste video … READ ON

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“Television Delivers People”

January 2008

Richard Serra’s legendary video Television Delivers People, 1973, which consists of a text scrolling down the screen accompanied by a cheesy Muzak sound track, was one of the first artworks to investigate the relationship between the mass … READ ON

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Alberto Burri

December 2007

Bringing together nineteen paintings, this exhibition is a rare occasion to see many of Alberto Burri’s masterpieces, and it charts a course from his early work, at the beginning of the 1950s, to that from a few years before his death, in … READ ON

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“Cut”

December 2007

Drawing inspiration from the multiple meanings of the word cut—a cinematographic transition, a graphic caesura, a mental hiatus—this exhibition brings together four artists who experiment with fractures and interruptions. Meredyth Sparks’s … READ ON

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“How to Endure”

October 2007

As a satellite project of “Destroy Athens,” the first biennial in that city, Tom Morton has organized “How to Endure.” The title reads not only as a reaction to the theme of the biennial but also as a commentary on the peculiar location where… READ ON

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Bojan Šarcevic

August 2007

While the systematic appropriation of modernist forms by contemporary artists is by now a familiar exercise, exhibitions like this one prove that by mining our aesthetic past, artists can still reveal new fields of meaning and beauty. Such … READ ON

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