Vivien Trommer

Marie-Louise Ekman

Moderna Museet | Stockholm

August 2017

Though the Moderna Museet has been collecting Swedish artist Marie-Louise Ekman’s work since 1968, this is her first solo exhibition at the museum, and a refreshing one at that. Ekman has served as the artistic director of Stockholm’s Royal… READ ON

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Lena Henke

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

June 2017

Lena Henke has made a walk-in artwork out of the rotunda, a space neither interior nor exterior, illuminated by the light from an approximately sixty-five-foot-tall glass dome. A sculptor by heart, Henke works with the architecture to make … READ ON

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Violet Dennison

Galerie Jan Kaps

February 2017

Bacteria are the scary, invisible monsters of the public sphere. They cover the earth and, even though some do good, many can be harmful. Violet Dennison’s second show at this gallery examines these microorganisms to develop a narrative around… READ ON

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Omer Fast

Martin-Gropius-Bau

January 2017

Organized as a dramatic walk through seven of Omer Fast’s films and videos, this show takes us into three installations, all resembling transitional spaces––an immigration office, an airport lounge, and a doctor’s waiting room. Equipped with… READ ON

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Florian Hecker

MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst

January 2017

One of the most radical museum exhibitions of recent memory is by sound artist Florian Hecker. On display is not an image but a stripped-down gallery space of dark brown brick columns and two long rows of windows that flood the space with … READ ON

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