THE LEGACY OF LYNCHING: CONFRONTING RACIAL TERROR IN AMERICA
— Rashid Johnson, Sanford Biggers
July 26 — September 03, 2017
The Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America seeks to spark an honest conversation about the legacy of racial injustice in America today. This exhibition presents EJI (Equal Justice Initiative)’s groundbreaking research into the history of lynchings and connects it to artworks and archival material from the Brooklyn Museum’s collections.
The exhibition will be on view from July 26 through September 3 at Brooklyn Museum with artworks by Rashid Johnson and Sanford Biggers among others.
SUSSI E BIRIBISSI
— Diego Perrone
July 14 — September 09, 2017
Diego Perrone, with a new set of ballpoint pen on paper and glass sculptures, challenges the bourgeois notion of ordinaryness, playing with family and non-familiar feelings, personal and impersonal, addressing the feeling of emptiness, sometimes soothing and sometimes oppressive.
— Massimo Bartolini
July 03 — October 01, 2017
From 3 July to 1 October, 2017, Fondazione Merz is pleased to present the personal exhibition of Massimo Bartolini, Four organs. For the exhibition at the Fondazione, he reinterprets the spaces creating an atmosphere of intense and intimate suggestion, animated by the intangible presence of music.
VISIBLE LIGHT / LUCE VISIBILE
— Jennifer Guidi
July 01 — September 24, 2017
Villa Croce presents Visible Light / Luce Visibile, the first solo museum exhibition by the American artist Jennifer Guidi.
On the occasion of the show will be presented a catalogue published by Mousse Publishing with an interview by Ali Subotnik to Jennifer Guidi and critical text by Ilaria Bonacossa.
ROHKUNSTBAU XXIII - THE BEAUTY OF DIFFERENCE
— Elmgreen & Dragset
July 01 — September 10, 2017
XXIII. ROHKUNSTBAU - The Beauty in the Other designs a positive understanding of "otherness" this summer near its Spreewälder place of origin and dedicates itself to the creative potential that lies in the confrontation with difference and otherness. Reflection serves as a starting point for artistic reflections and research on dealing with the "stranger".
TALKING PICTURES: CAMERA-PHONE CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN ARTISTS
— Sanford Biggers
June 27 — December 17, 2017
Over the past decade, mobile-phone cameras have changed how photographs are made, used, and looked at. While the camera once functioned chiefly as a tool for preserving the past, today people use mobile phones to share their visual experience in real time and with unprecedented intimacy. This exhibition explores what happens when artists are partnered with other artists and the pairs engage in a visual dialogue using only their phones.
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