Reenacting History_Collective Actions and Everyday Gestures
Reenacting History is an international exhibition that focuses on how the body and gestures can, as an artistic medium, reveal social, historical, and cultural contexts and interest from the 1960s to today.
Dérive à partir de COPI
Pour le trentième anniversaire de la disparition de Raul Damonte Botana, cette exposition réunit une sélection de documents issus des archives de Copi en regard d’œuvres d’artistes contemporains.
Exploring how comedy and absurdity can be used to reveal more serious concerns about race, work, gender and politics, The humors brings together six international and Australian artists in a challenging and comical exhibition.
The fourth edition of the Canadian Biennial brings together a comprehensive selection of works acquired since 2014 by the Gallery’s departments of Contemporary Art, Indigenous Art, and the Canadian Photography Institute, and is the first to date to feature artists working both in Canada and internationally.
Yellow Creature - aspects of Transformation
Transformer - aspects of travesty At the Kunstmuseum Luzern in 1974, it was still a legendary exhibition that asked about the dissolution of gender roles. What was revolutionary at the time is self-evident today. A few decades later gender stereotypes are less exciting, but the demarcation between humans, animals and plants is explosive.
Art is not mimetic. Art is not ‘about’ stuff. Art has no role. Art does not ‘ask questions’. People might do those things, sometimes even people who are artists. But not their art, even if they think it does, even if that was their intention.
Mika Rottenberg, solo show
The Argentinian-born artist Mika Rottenberg is to present a video and sculptural installation that first premiered at the 56th Venice Biennale last year. NoNoseKnows (Pearl Shop Variant) (2015), documents Chinese labourers harvesting pearls from oysters.