Eugenio Viola

Delia Gonzalez

February 2011

Delia Gonzalez’s second solo exhibition at Fonti is completely different from her 2005 show with Gavin Russom, whom she often works with. While the earlier work was suspended between anthropology and psychedelia, totem and taboo, her latest… READ ON


Larry Clark

December 2010

This powerful Larry Clark retrospective fully conveys the universe of one of the most maudit American artists of his generation. From the first, shocking images of Clark’s native city in the series “Tulsa,” 1963–71, to the latest, extremely… READ ON


Marina Abramović, Paul McCarthy, “Sk-Interfaces”

November 2010

“The Artist Is Present,” Marina Abramović’s dazzling retrospective at MoMA, was certainly among the finer exhibitions of 2010. Beyond the complex and constant play of references in her oeuvre, the show spectacularly reasserted the presence … READ ON


Tris Vonna-Michell

October 2010

A meditative reflection on what constitutes an artwork animates Tris Vonna-Michell’s second solo exhibition at this gallery. In a destabilizing synthesis of art and life, the show offers a half-open panorama onto the artist’s biography and … READ ON


Urs Lüthi

February 2010

Urs Lüthi’s latest exhibition short-circuits the artist’s practice in an infinite play of references and self-quotations. The show, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero and Elena Forin, is a panorama that opens onto Lüthi’s life and work, which … READ ON


Dor Guez

January 2010

The ruins of history and the repression of memory—both personal recollections and collective experience—inform this solo exhibition by Dor Guez. Curated by Drorit Gur Arie, the show takes its title, “Georgiopolis,” from the ancient Christian… READ ON



November 2009

Sarkis’s exhibition at the Istanbul Modern emphasizes the empathic relationship that the artist has always established with the locations of his shows—his constant desire to interact with the public. He invigorates the concept of site-specificity,… READ ON



November 2009

A renewed interest in the human body in contemporary art is interwoven with the emergence of epistemic perspectives that call into question ontological and metaphysical distinctions, both biological and machine-related. Jens Hauser, who has… READ ON


Jannis Kounellis

September 2009

The evocative value of memory, the semantic richness of symbols, and the metamorphic properties of material inform Jannis Kounellis’s work and his latest exhibition. The show includes a site-specific interpretation of one of his early pieces,… READ ON


Valie Export

August 2009

The drawings, photographs, and videos in Valie Export’s first exhibition in Israel reveal the vivid and provocative character of her work, wherein political protest is linked to feminist struggles. Since the late 1960s, Export has engaged in… READ ON