Candice Lin and Patrick Staff will exhibit their work, Hormonal Fog (2016-2018), as part of the group exhibition, Between Bodies, opening this month at Henry Art Gallery. The exhibition will explore the relationship between human and beyond-human bodies within the context of ecological change, questioning the existing divide between nature and culture.
Neïl Beloufa curates the exhibition of the Fondation d'entreprise Ricard Prize, which celebrates its twentieth anniversary. For years, the prize has aimed to legitimize the practices of artists, curators and institutions, while establishing melodic contrasts by inviting artists to do the curating, and curators to make the art.
The exhibition runs from September 11 through October 27, 2018, and the prize will be awarded on October 19, 2018.
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The SCHIRN presents “Global Agreement” (2018) a new work by the award-winning video and installation artist Neïl Beloufa. Beloufa presents sculptural video installations dealing with the staging of power. The video is comprised of a collage of Skype interviews that the artist conducted with male and female soldiers from different countries.
The exhibition is on view August 23 - October 28, 2018.
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The Tissue of Memory is a cross-generational group exhibition that considers the gesture and its history, as exemplified by the practices of Kelly Akashi, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, Win McCarthy, Monique Mouton, Josephine Pryde, Gary Simmons, Cy Twombly, and Heimo Zobernig.
Over 100 artists will come together at Ghebaly Gallery for Take Back the House, an art fundraiser to support Katie Hill for Congress and Swing Left, both important causes working to take back the House of Representatives and to put a check on the Trump agenda.
Sunday September 23, 2018, 5:30 - 10pm at Ghebaly Gallery
Mike Kuchar is featured in this year's edition of Okey Dokey organized by Jamie Stevens. The exhibition will take place across six Rhineland galleries and includes work from various art organizations across the United States, Hong Kong, and Europe. The show is on view September 8 - 30, 2018.