The exhibition “Buildering: Misbehaving the City” curated by Steven Matijcio can be seen from 28 February until 18 August 2014 at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. More information.
P! and Simone Subal Gallery present a two-venue solo exhibition by Brian O’Doherty. Featuring a range of historical and contemporary work – from early text pieces, semantic sculptures, figurative and conceptual portraits, a new “rope drawing” installation, chess works, and a site-specific, live-streamed performance piece – the exhibition probes the dualisms, linguistic games, and relational approaches that have characterized O’Doherty’s work since the late 1950s. “Connecting the …” explores the tension between the visceral, the sensual, and the bodily in relation to their ongoing transformation into abstract form.
The exhibition can be seen from 2 March to 20 April 2014 at P! and Simone Subal Gallery, New York City. Further information.
The exhibition “Die Nacht war ich da, an die Mauer gelehnt” features works by Einar Schleef and photographs by Seiichi Furuya which were taken during his stay in East Berlin between 1985 and 1987. In 1996-1997 Einar Schleef wrote a text about the photographs of Seiichi Furuya from his time in East Berlin entitled “Schwarz Rot Gold” (Black Red Gold). This text will be available to read at the exhibition.
The exhibition can be see through 31 May 2014 at the Mauer-Mahnmal. Further information.
Seiichi Furuya’s exhibition “I prefer to be on this side” has been reviewed by Eva Scharrer for Artforum (2/2014). More information.
The exhibition “A class of its own: photography as action space” presents a group of younger photographers that has formed around Timm Rautert. His groups of works are compared with pieces by his ex-students, among others Claudia Angelmaier, Viktoria Binschtok, Bernhard Fuchs, Sven Johne, Ricarda Roggan, Adrian Sauer, Sebastian Stumpf, Anett Stuth and Tobias Zielony. It can be seen from 1 February through 18 May 2014 in the Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau, Dresden. Further information.