Louise Bourgeois – Pink Days @ Gordon Gallery – Tel Aviv

French-American artist Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010), one of the most prominent and influential artists of the 20th century, left behind a body of work rare in its material diversity and emotional intensity, created over nearly seven decades. She produced a rich symbolic and figurative language, transposing the human body with architecture, animals, objects, and plants. All…

Terencio Gonzalez – Galerie Jérôme Pauchant – Paris

Chroniques d’un été «Are you happy?» During the summer of 1960, Edgar Morin and Jean Rouch make the film Chronique d’un été (Chronicle of a Summer), in which they ask this question to passers-by, family members… An unprecedented statement of France in the 60’s but also a work in progress about happiness, the frivolity of…

Another Man’s Treasure – Edward Ressle – NY

Eda Ozdoyuran, a New York based independent curator, references both her Swiss and Turkish backgrounds in developing perspectives that play with dualities. She focuses on creating platforms that explore hybridity in the production and display of art. Her latest curated show at Edward Ressle, “ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE,” is a thematic exhibition that draws on the idiom ‘One man’s…

Ditte Ejlerskov – ANNAELLEGALLERY, Malmö

It all began with a scam email from Barbados. Upon replying, an enthusiastic correspondence unfolded. Before the dialogue came to an end, Fergal (the scammer) traveled across the island to document the home of the Bajan pop star, Rihanna, by Ditte Ejlerskov’s request. A year later, the artist found herself sitting on a secluded beach…

Cosimo Casoni – Gallery CLIMA, Milan

The Sunday Side Sunday is a sacred day. A day where everything stops except a certain someone. Cosimo Casoni is an emerging artist born in 1990 who does not stop, he moves, asks questions, paints, shifts his focus upon a skateboard, creating evolutions of evolution. The exhibition can be interpreted as a constant evolution, where…

Sigrid Sandström – Other Places – Anat Ebgi LA

Sandström’s practice actively interrogates the methods by which viewing initiates and elicits thought and cognition. Her newest body of work consists of a series of portrait-sized paintings hung at equal distance throughout the gallery. As a gestural template, each painting comprises an assortment of brushstrokes impastoed onto intimately-scaled panels colored vividly with swatches of magenta,…