May 2, 2011 - art-agenda - Rirkrit Tiravanija, Francis Alÿs, David Altmejd, Bernadette Corporation and more…
May 2, 2011

Rirkrit Tiravanija, Francis Alÿs, David Altmejd, Bernadette Corporation and more…

View of Bernadette Corporation’s “Stone Soup” at Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna, 2011.

Rirkrit Tiravanija, Francis Alÿs, David Altmejd, Bernadette Corporation and more...

We have redesigned Art-Agenda’s website, featuring a new review layout, larger images, and a comments feature. We hope you enjoy it. Our first comment sees curator Adriano Pedrosa respond to Adam Kleinman’s review of Zona Maco Sur, Pedrosa’s curated section at the recent art fair Zona Maco, Mexico. Enjoy exploring the new site and feel free to note your thoughts on any of our past reviews, including the most recent texts noted below.

New reviews on the way focus on the solo show, of both established artists and those in the beginning stages of their careers: Colin Chinnery on Liu Wei at the Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing; Filipa Ramos on Neil Beloufa at Galleria Zero, Milan; Michelle Grabner on Rinus Van de Velde’s “Dear David Johnson” at moniquemeloche, Chicago; and Tyler Coburn, on Walead Beshty at Regan Projects, LA. This month also sees the spotlight on two new curatorial collaborations in New York, with Karen Archey reporting on Mario Garcia Torres’s “Cover Letter” presented by the intriguing partnership of Rose Lord and Mari Spirito and Antek Walczak on Murray Guy’s “Vision is elastic. Thought is elastic” curated by Moyra Davey and Zoe Leonard.

Recent reviews:

Rirkrit Tiravanija at Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Media Farzin tells us how Rirkrit Tiravanija has created some chronological chrome-confusion in “Fear Eats the Soul” at Gavin Brown’s enterprise.
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Francis Alÿs, John Armleder and Valérie Favre at Peter Kilchmann, Zürich
Aoife Rosenmeyer reports on the flashy new Kilchmann residence at Zürich’s newest hotspot in Maag Areal.
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David Altmejd at Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Paddy Johnson pulls holes in the delicate webs of David Altmejd’s visual dematerialization at Andrea Rosen.
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Bernadette Corporation’s “Stone Soup” at Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna
It’s one hell of a feast for Max Henry at Galerie Meyer Kainer’s “Stone Soup” where Bernadette Corporation makes clear it “knows its market share and cannibalizes its iconographies while having their cake and eating it too.”
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Zona Maco, Mexico
A whole lot of high heels and no wall text gets Adam Kleinman’s knickers in a twist at Zona Maco, Mexico.
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“The Bell Show” at Lüttgenmeijer and “The Gong Show” at Micky Schubert, Berlin
Ana Teixeira Pinto bangs the gong at Dieter Roelstraete’s noisy two-part show in Berlin.
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Anna Ostoya’s “Exposures” at Bortolami Gallery, New York
Merve Unsal explores Anna Ostoya’s performative, diaristic process to unveil a “seductive set of paintings that might be too “together”.”
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Claire Sherman’s “Palms Wild” at Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago
Michelle Grabner gets back to nature with Claire Sherman’s constructed, representational landscapes at Kavi Gupta Gallery.
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Ben Rivers’s “Slow Action” at Matt’s Gallery, London
Anna Gritz gets a whiff of utopia with Ben Rivers’s corrosive ode to science fiction at Matt’s Gallery.
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