1 MIRIAM CAHN (JOCELYN WOLFF AND MEYER RIEGGER, FIAC, PARIS) Cahn was present at these two gallery booths at FIAC last year, following a remarkable solo show at Wolff in Paris. Cahn’s personality is as intense and sharp as her painting: One never tires of it. Take the fascinating Verhüllt (Covered), 2007, in which an enigmatic female figure, veiled in black, emerges from a purple background.
2 PHILIPPE PARRENO (HANGARBICOCCA, MILAN; CURATED BY ANDREA LISSONI) HangarBicocca offered Parreno the ideal conditions for his way of working from a script and on a grand scale. His restaged pieces formed a luminous and musical ballet. You could stay for hours in the astonishing space of “Hypothesis,” following the loop of his films set to a score from a master piano. His best exhibition to date.
3 MARRAKECH BIENNALE 6: “NOT NEW NOW” (VARIOUS VENUES; CURATED BY REEM FADDA) The Marrakech Biennale
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